About Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disor­ders often cause both mental and phys­ical symp­toms

Anxiety is a normal reac­tion to stress. It helps one deal with a tense situ­a­tion in the office, study harder for an exam, keep focused on an impor­tant speech. In general, it helps one cope and can often enhance perfor­mance.


Neuro­feed­back is effec­tive with anxiety. neuroAgility works with panic disor­ders, panic attacks, and gener­al­ized anxiety across the board. Usually anxiety inter­feres with perfor­mance of some kind, be it testing, recitals, or social inter­ac­tions. We work hard to dissect what “anxiety” means to each indi­vidual. Anxiety has become such common language; there are many types of anxiety and many ways to work with it. Some char­ac­ter­is­tics of more severe anxiety can be heart racing, freezing in language (mind going blank), muscle tension, and stomach irri­ta­tion.

"My anxiety in social situ­a­tions is hardly noticeable anymore. I am able to take situ­a­tions as they come instead of getting anxious about what might happen, both at work and in social situ­a­tions.” - DT

If anxiety is inter­fering with daily func­tioning then it is a good idea to have an expert in that arena work with you. There are many tech­niques that can be helpful for anxiety from biofeed­back, neuro­feed­back, talk therapy, cogni­tive behav­ioral therapy, exer­cise, diet and enough sleep. neuroAgility offers a non medicated way to work with anxiety, with neuro­feed­back one learns to self regu­late; which is key when feeling any kind of panic coming on, or when needing to calm and focus for the task at hand.