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Anxiety treatment

Anxiety doesn’t have to control your life. An exercise physiologist can help regain your balance and peace of mind.

Get professional help in managing your anxiety so you can live a peaceful, content life and partake in the activities you enjoy.

Free Initial Anxiety Consult

Reduction in anxiety

Greater ability to cope with challenges

Enhanced confidence

Symptoms of Anxiety

Common anxiety symptoms that we can help you manage:

Constant, excessive worry

Restlessness, feeling "on-edge"

Easily fatigued, drained or low on energy

Trouble focusing, feeling as your mind "goes blank"


Muscle tension

Sleep disturbances

Feeling of impending danger, panic or doom

Anxiety is something we all deal with from time to time, though unfortunately some people experience it more frequently and more intensely. Without improvement, it can cause you to avoid social situations and feel less able to deal with stress and conflict. It is important to understand how exercise can help you lower your levels of anxiety and assist you in enjoying your life.

How can we help treat Anxiety?

An exercise physiologist can play a significant role in anxiety management. We can help control your anxiety by guiding you through exercise routines and stress management techniques that have been clinically proven to help reduce anxiety symptoms.

Our approach includes personalised aerobic exercises tailored to your phase of health. Regular exercise can help decrease tension, elevate and stabilise mood, improve sleep, and boost self-esteem.

You don’t have to face anxiety alone. Let’s work together to create a safe, effective, and personalised exercise plan to help manage and reduce your anxiety symptoms.

Overcome Anxiety.
How to get started:

Book a session

Simply book online or give us a call to book your session.

Initial consult

We'll get to know and understand where you're at in your health journey, and create a plan tailored to your needs.

Get stronger, move better

Manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

Common Triggers of Anxiety

  • Stress
  • Traumatic events
  • Certain health problems, such as heart disease or diabetes
  • Certain medications
  • Caffeine
  • Skipping meals
  • Poor sleep

What to expect at your appointment

  • In-depth initial consultation with history taking to understand your unique experiences and triggers
  • Physical assessment to evaluate your overall health and readiness for exercise
  • Education on the latest research about the benefits of exercise on anxiety
  • Safe, screen-designed exercise routines
  • Progressive relaxation, mental imagery, and other stress-management strategies to assist in your journey

Anxiety treatment FAQs

What could happen if I don’t seek treatment for Anxiety?

If not addressed, Anxiety can lead to:

  • Persistent distressing worries
  • A variety of physical health concerns
  • Intense and sudden anxiety attacks
  • Interference with daily routine
  • Difficulty in maintaining relationships
  • Decreased performance at work or school

Non-drug treatments for anxiety include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and relaxation therapy. Regular physical activity has also been found to reduce anxiety levels. However, severe or long-term anxiety may require medication or referral to a specialist, such as a psychologist or psychiatrist.

Absolutely! With an effective holistic approach that could include a combination of therapy, stress management, and exercises, you can significantly improve your anxiety symptoms and enhance your quality of life.

Definitely! Engaging in physical activity seems to be beneficial for alleviating anxiety, irrespective of its underlying causes or triggers. Consequently, exercise can be a valuable approach for addressing various anxiety-related issues, including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Yes, you might feel better if you reduce or avoid caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and certain foods with high levels of preservatives or hormones.

Beyond regular exercise, it is also helpful to maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet, get plenty of sleep, stay hydrated, limit alcohol and caffeine, and maintain a strong support network. Techniques like relaxation exercises, meditation, and journaling can also be beneficial.

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