• Numbness and tingling 
  • Dizziness 
  • Chest pain 
  • Headaches 
  • Stomach upset, nervous stomach 
  • Pulsing in the ear 
  • Fear of impending doom 
  • Nausea 
  • Shortness of breath 
  • Heart palpitations 
  • Weakness in legs 
  • Feeling like you are going crazy 
  • Inability to rest 
  • Sleep problems


Anxiety in and of itself is not a disease or illness, but turns into a condition when a person becomes physically, psychologically, emotionally, fearful or distraught because of their symptoms. All human beings encounter normal levels of anxiety and fear in response to day-to-day circumstances. In fact, anxiety is a healthy response in many situations. But, when levels of anxiety and fear are excessive, they have an impact on our physical and psychological well-being and should be addressed. The most effective way to overcome issues with anxiety is with the help of an experienced and professional anxiety therapist or counselor.




Natalie Kohlhaas MA LPC NCC CPCS  IMHCounseling