Look out for some common Symptoms
of Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Irritability or increased crankiness

Tiring easily or being fatigued

Muscle tension

Restlessness, feeling keyed up or on edge

Hard time dealing with uncertainty

Sleeping disturbances

Difficulty concentrating and mind going blank

A fear of making the wrong choice

Ongoing worry & tension

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How Mannkaa approach help you

Initial Discomfort Indicates Progress: In early sessions, feeling worse can signal progress, as therapy guides you through challenging emotions for deeper understanding.

Insightful Transformation: Therapy unveils the connection between thoughts, feelings, and anxiety symptoms, enabling mindset changes to lessen both psychological and physical manifestations.

Confidence, Social Ease, and Stress Reduction: Ultimately, therapy fosters confidence, social comfort, and stress reduction, enhancing your everyday well-being.

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Types of therapy

Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)

CBT targets negative thoughts and behaviours shaping our perspective on the world and ourselves. It comprises two key components:

  • Cognitive therapy explores how negative thoughts fuel nervousness and anxiety.
  • Behaviour therapy analyses how behaviours and reactions in situations provoke anxiety.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Focused on fostering a dialectical perspective—acceptance and change—DBT encourages acknowledging anxiety while actively striving to transform it. The treatment imparts four essential skills:

  • Mindfulness: Connect with the present, observing passing thoughts like anxiety without letting them dominate.
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness: Learn to assertively express needs and set boundaries.
  • Distress Tolerance: Effectively manage anxiety during challenging situations.
  • Emotion Regulation: Proactively manage anxiety to prevent it from escalating.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

This therapy is proven effective for various anxiety disorders, that centers on aligning actions with life values. ACT helps people learn to accept the uncomfortable and anxious feelings. Rather than attempting to suppress or alter these emotions, it teaches emotional strategies to enhance their ability to tolerate discomfort.

We tried to answer the most
asked questions for Anxiety

What are the risk factors for anxiety disorders? drowp icom

Anxiety disorders can stem from various factors such as genetics (increased risk for children of adults with anxiety disorders), psychological tendencies (overestimation of danger), and experiences (e.g., embarrassing moments or traumatic events). Coexistence with depression or bipolar disorder can complicate coping, emphasizing the importance of treating symptoms for both anxiety and mood disorders.

How soon can I expect relief from therapy?drowp icom

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