Originally posted on https://www.harmonybaywellness.com/mental-health-blog/do-i-have-anxiety/


Anxiety is common for New Jersey residents as well as throughout the country. If you are constantly feeling nervous or worrying too much, you may ask the question, do I have anxiety? Anxiety is a natural reaction to stress. If you are getting a new job, starting at a new school, meeting new people, unable to meet financial obligations, you may have stress and be experiencing anxiety. Anxiety does not become a problem until it becomes more significant than your problem and interferes with your life. Fortunately, an anxiety treatment center in South Jersey may be able to help.


Here are some of the symptoms of anxiety when it can start to become a problem:

  • Excessive worrying and restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Irrational fears
  • Tense muscles
  • Disrupted sleep patterns (too much or too little sleep)


Again, anxiety is common, and it is not a problem unless it starts making it hard for you to live your life the way that you want to or it gets in the way of relationships. Anxiety can come from an experience or a set of beliefs that are being broken. If anxiety is making it hard for you to function the way that you would like, it may be time to seek mental health therapy services.


If anxiety is giving you problems in your life, again, please seek treatment. A professional can help you to decipher if there is an underlying reason for your anxiety that needs treatment before it gets worse. Seeking mental health treatment services in New Jersey early in the stages of depression or PTSD will ensure that the least amount of damage is done to your life working through the issues. In addition to looking to find this out, you can also try some of the following things to help with your anxiety when it crops up.

  • Exercise
  • Lay off the caffeinated drinks
  • Eat healthily
  • Stop drinking
  • Meditate and yoga
  • Do things that you enjoy

There are many things that you can do on your own to fight anxiety. You can even make a short playlist or have a single song on hand to play when your anxiety gets to be too much for you to handle on your own.


Anxiety disorders are a thing, and if they get out of hand, they can become debilitating and turn into other issues like depression, substance abuse, or PTSD. If you find that you are continually worrying about nothing, are having trouble sleeping, your mind is consumed by worry, or you have any of the other symptoms above most of the time for six months, you should probably seek professional help for your condition.

A professional can help you to answer the questions objectively, do I have anxiety, and is it becoming larger than it should be? Harmony Bay Wellness offers therapy combined with integrative wellness services to help you get your stress and anxiety under control. Even if you do not have an anxiety disorder, don’t let it turn into one. Call Harmony Bay Wellness today at 855.765.6399 for more information about our anxiety treatment programs.