Shaking, sweating and anxiety are all symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), a relatively common mental health problem that can vary in its severity. Learn more
It’s normal to experience some stress and anxiety in the course of our normal lives, but if its beginning to effect the way you live your life it’s worth doing something about it.
Recognising that you’re having problems coping with anxiety is a positive sign that you can make a change.
Your mood can change over time, so it’s worth keeping an eye on how you’re feeling. You can ‘Check your mood’ with a free self-assessment tool provided by the NHS. Learn more
If you feel you’re become stressed, anxious or depressed the NHS has developed some simple ways that you can help yourself to feel happier, developing skills and strategies to cope with your emotions. Learn more
If your stress, anxiety or depression is seriously affecting your daily life then it’s important that you speak to you GP. They can help you to identify the best ways to get help with your condition and may refer you to our Depression and Anxiety Service.