Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
The symptoms of ADHD can be categorised as behavioural, restless, impulsive, forgetful, hyperactive and inability to focus or prioritise. The levels of ADHD can vary from very severe to very mild.
Autism is normally a developmental disorder which affects your communication and difficulties with behaviour and social interactions.
Anger is an emotion that we all feel and one that serves a very important protective function; it alerts us to the mistreatment of ourselves and others. In this sense, anger is very important for our survival however, anger is a powerful emotion and can sometimes overwhelm us leading us to behave in very (self) destructive ways.
Anxiety can be a very normal and necessary response to life events, it allows us to be alert to threats, motivates us to act and improves our performance e.g. revising before an exam or preparing before an important meeting. However, sometimes anxiety occurs in the absence of an impending event that would generally be considered anxiety-provoking and starts to interfere with your ability to do the things that you should or would like to be doing.
Depression & Low Mood
Depression is one of the most common mental health problems; by the end of the year, depression will be the second most disabling condition in the world after heart disease. A significant number of people will go undiagnosed and therefore untreated.
Sometimes the feeling of jealousy can generally consist of these thoughts: control, anger, helplessness, disgust, resentment and inadequacy.
Life coach to Executives and Athletes
There are many ways that some executives and athletes approach and deal with the schedules that they are facing, can be a powerful determinant to the impact that they have on both their general health and sporting achievements.
Many executives and athletes are reluctant to seek help or support due to the stigma that is normally attached to mental health issues, sometimes the lack of information about such problems can affect their performance and also have the perception that getting help is a sign of weakness.
Paranoia is normally suspicious and distrustful of others or situation can have a seriously detrimental impact on their life, relationships, abilities, commitments and responsibilities.
Some paranoid thoughts can mild to severe and these experiences can be quite different for each person. Paranoid thoughts can be a symptom of other mental health conditions like Schizophrenia or Psychopaths.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder often referred to as O.C.D, is an anxiety disorder with two essential characteristics, which is recurring thoughts and repetitive behaviours, which you cannot control at all.
Panic Attack is very common; it is a distinct type of anxiety, the onset of which is sudden, and the duration relatively short. During a panic attack, symptoms of anxiety are severe, intense and overwhelming, so much so that many people end up in A&E fearing that they are having a heart attack.
Sometimes you may find yourself feeling generally unhappy, although there is nothing wrong with your or your life. Sometimes it can be hard to pinpoint, what the problem is. We just feel that there is something wrong. Your happiness can be affected by many factors, for example, health, loneliness, age, stress related to your job and/or income, family or any number of other factors.
Trauma or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, commonly known as PTSD. PTSD are normally moments that can shatter your sense of security, leaves you feeling confused, sad, shocked and sometimes feeling powerless to prevent it can be considered traumatic, for example, is a psychological disorder associated with a serious traumatic event e.g. car crash, personal assaults such as rape or abuse, life-threatening experiences.
Often time's people who have experienced trauma can find themselves reliving that trauma again and again. Therapy is quite necessary to help you process the traumatic event and deal with it in your way so that you can move forward in life.
Low Self Esteem
Low self-esteem can be the root of many of our complex problems. It can lead to relationships and careers sabotage, cause self-destructive behaviours, which then can hold us back from achieving our potential.
This can be a key feature of many mental health matters including addiction, depression, stress and eating disorders.
Stress is normally a pressure that we cannot deal with; it can also be quite overwhelming. Stress can impact us in every aspect of our lives. For example, it can disrupt our thinking patterns, making it harder for us to consider things calmly or clearly and in a measured way. It can affect us how we feel i.e. emotionally tense and exhausted. This then interferes with normal patterns of behaviours including sleeping, eating and sex drive.
Phobia is a feeling of being very uncomfortable in a number of situations. Fear is very much parts of human nature, however, phobias are much more pronounced than fears. Phobia can be overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, animal or travel.
They can develop when a client has an exaggeration or unrealistic sense of danger when dealing with a situation or object. If a phobia becomes overwhelming, that person may organise their life avoiding the situation causing them anxiety. As well as restricting their day to day life, this, in turn, can lead to considerable anguish.
Symptoms may include:
Unsteadiness, dizziness and light-headedness
Increased heart rate or palpitations
Shortness of breath
Trembling or shaking
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