Do the long term effects of anxiety worry you?
Chronic untreated anxiety can lead to physical illness and mental, emotional and social problems. The long term effects of anxiety can be more life changing than some physical injuries.
Getting treatment for your anxiety might seem like a mountain to climb when you’re feeling so low. Anxiety can make the sufferer lose touch with reality. Living in a world where negative thoughts and fear of simple activities control your daily existence, can close in on you.
How to deal with the long term effects of anxiety
If you’ve been struggling with anxiety for quite a while you could be feeling pretty exhausted. The effect of anxiety on physical health is proven. In the early stages you might continue to cope with these feelings but as time passes your general health deteriorates.
Cancelling social engagements and retreating into yourself just serve to make your problems feel worse.
This gloomy picture needn’t represent your future.
Help is at hand in the form of some sound and positive legal advice. This might not seem to be the solution you were expecting but have patience.
Perhaps your anxiety is the result of being injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault. It’s natural to feel shaken up by this kind of trauma.
Maybe you’ve begun to feel anxious because your work situation has become impossible. Perhaps you’ve been bullied at work or are facing physical risks due to lack of safety.
Where accidents are caused due to negligence on the part of someone else then victims can claim personal injury compensation.
We know that claiming compensation can have a very positive effect on the victim’s health, both physical and mental.
How does this work?
Constantly thinking about your accident or poor work conditions will just make your anxiety worse. Doing something about it can change all that.
Most of us have a strong sense of justice and we don’t like it when injustice happens. It can make us feel disappointed and angry. The long term effects of anxiety, caused by our negative feelings, can make us ill.
Claiming personal injury compensation and getting the recompense you’re legally entitled to can alter your perception of what has happened to you.
Accident Advice Helpline are a large law firm who specialise in helping accident victims get this kind of redress. The compensation awarded helps to get lives back on track. It puts a wrong, right.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today for further information on eligibility and our no-win, no-fee* legal service. We believe we’re the best people to help you because we focus on our clients’ needs before anything else.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. We believe we can help you with the long term effects of anxiety today.
Category: Anxiety claims