Recovery – what does it really mean?

Recovery means much more than just being free of anxiety, it also means personal growth as well as gaining self confidence and self awareness.  During this process we can learn an awful lot about ourselves and how to change our life for the better.

One of the worst things about living with anxiety is that we don’t feel in control of our lives, it can make us feel helpless and very alone at times. Things that others take in their daily stride and for granted can be impossible for someone suffering from this life changing disorder.

The good news is, recovery is possible. Many people have done it and continue to get their lives back on a daily basis. Getting better is all about making life changes, swapping bad habits for better ones and using certain life tools to reduce and conquer symptoms.

Unfortunately, whilst we at No Panic can explain why you feel the way you do and what you need to do to get rid of these feelings, we cannot cure you with a magic wand.  The work has to come from within yourself, when you are ready and willing to make a start.

Recovery can involve a series of ups and downs..  What you maybe able to do one day, you will find unachievable the next and vice versa.  It is about moving forward slowly but surely and taking each day as it comes. Setting goals, facing fears and decreasing anxiety symptoms is the way ahead.  Set backs are good in a way as they are proof you have moved forward.

You can’t hurry recovery it will take as long as it takes, but every time you put a piece of the jigsaw puzzle in place you are winning.

How can No Panic help?
No Panic specialises in self-help recovery and our services include:
Providing people with the skills they need to manage their condition and work towards recovery.
Our aim is to give you all of the necessary advice, tools and support that you will need to recover and carry out this journey. No Panic Recovery Programs

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3 thoughts on “Recovery – what does it really mean?”

  1. Spot on with this write-up, I seriously feel this website
    needs a great deal more attention. I’ll probably
    be back again to read through more, thanks for the information!

  2. leslie john william golden

    I am 74 year old male after surgery and complications I have developed depression take sertraline 22mg I also suffer panic attack

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