If the pandemic has left you feeling anxious, stressed or filled with fear of leaving the house you are not alone. People are suffering from heightened levels of anxiety, stress and panic attacks not to mention also the number of people suffering from social anxiety and acrophobia is skyrocketing. If you are looking for support right now, a new YouTube Channel called Anxiety Anonymous Online YouTube Channel is live and online.
Everything is anonymous, so you are encouraged to ask questions, get answers, and most importantly, as is continually said, you are not alone in your struggles. While this channel is not a substitute for medical help, it is a great resource for people suffering from a wide variety of mental health challenges and won’t cost you a penny.
A short list of topics covered include –
- Panic attacks
- Extreme Anxiety
- Social Anxiety
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Anxiety with agoraphobia
- Stress Attacks
- Anxiety attacks
People with anxiety disorders tend to feel as if they are all alone in their struggles. It is common for this feeling of isolation to only create or worsen the symptoms that they already have. This YouTube channel does a good job of providing frequent updates along with an active community of people that post so that subscribers interact with someone around the clock.
There are even short videos where you can practice mindfulness right along with the channel host. Mindfulness can be lonely sometimes, the host says and having somebody to practice with can be helpful.
One of the most unique parts of this YouTube channel is that the host is an anxiety and panic disorder suffer and he shares personal stories to help break through any negative stigma that may exist.