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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Getting Married is Stressful



Getting married is one of the biggest decisions of your life and while it is going to be the happiest day of your life, it can be horribly stressful. It is not just that big life change but also the planning that can drive you crazy. There is so much to do and worry about that it seems like you will never be finished and that you don’t even have time to take a breath. Hiring a wedding planner is a great idea but even if you do that, you still have so much to worry about, you may feel like you are losing your mind. Maybe it is time to step back and take a deep breath. Because anxiety can really be bad for you.

Too Much Worry is Bad for You

While a little stress and anxiety is normal, some people can go overboard and cause themselves a bit of an anxiety crisis during the planning phase of your wedding. Worrying over every little thing from the invitations to the flowers to the dress, how can you even get any sleep or go to work? By the time your wedding day gets here you may be on track for a severe anxiety attack. In some cases, it can actually become an anxiety disorder that will stick with you and wreak havoc on your life until you get treatment from a professional.

Different Types of Anxiety Disorders

There are several types of anxiety disorders. For example, generalized anxiety disorder is worrying about everything all the time and social anxiety disorder is when you are constantly worried about being around other people because you don’t want to be judged negatively. Then there is obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is characterized by repetitive behaviors or thoughts such as hand washing, counting, or rituals to try to control these feelings. While these are all separate illnesses, the symptoms can be similar, which include:

·         Extreme nervousness
·         Restlessness
·         Fatigue
·         Irritation over little things
·         Inability to control feelings of worrying
·         Racing thoughts
·         Confusion
·         Rapid breathing
·         Panic attack (chest pain, dizziness or fainting, sweating, shaking, nausea, feelings of impending doom)

Time to Relax

So, what can you to get rid of some of that anxiety? First of all, hiring a wedding planner saves you a ton of stress and worry and can be a lifesaver in many ways. While you and your husband-to-be will still be making the big decisions, a wedding planner can take a lot of the worry off your shoulders. But even then, you may still be stressed out and need someone to talk to. It is a good idea to go ahead and speak to a therapist or counselor about your worries before your big day. Just talking about it can be therapeutic and you will be surprised how much better you feel just getting those thoughts and feelings out in the open.

Talk to Someone

We know you are busy. Who has time to find a therapist and make an appointment? Well, that is why online counseling can be such a blessing. You don’t need an appointment and can talk to a counselor anytime you want, day or night, seven days a week. Just use your smart phone, computer, laptop, or tablet to contact a therapist or counselor and once you get set up, you will be able to talk to them from your home, office, car, or wherever else you may be. Anytime you want. So, go ahead and contact someone today so you can relax and enjoy your big day. For more information, check out http://www.betterhelp.com

Marie Miguel Biography



Marie Miguel has been a writing and research expert for nearly a decade, covering a variety of health- related topics. Currently, she is contributing to the expansion and growth of a free online mental health resource with BetterHelp.com. With an interest and dedication to addressing stigmas associated with mental health, she continues to specifically target subjects related to anxiety and depression.



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