Talking to a mental health professional (not a general practitioner) about your anxiety is an important step to learning how to cope. Many of us deal with anxiety on a regular basis and just blow it off because we don't want to be perceived as "neurotic," but the truth is that more people suffer from anxiety disorders?or at least persistent anxiety?than you may realize. If you're having trouble dealing with it on your own, see a mental health specialist to talk things out. If you're worried that mental health services cost too much money or may not be covered by your insurance, don't worry, you still have options.
Gil also suggested that you not rule out medication for anxiety. Many people can see a serious benefit from anti-anxiety medication, but he suggests only opting for it in conjunction with talk therapy:
Ultimately, that's an individual decision to be made between you and a mental health professional that you trust, but regardless, if you find that you're having difficulty coping with anxiety, see a professional who can help.
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