NHS Borders is running a free ‘anxiety’ information session at Duns Library Contact Centre on March 26, from 5.30-6.30pm.
This hour long session will be run by Kerry Robson and Jaime Black, both clinical associates in applied psychology within NHS Borders’ mental health service.
Jaime Black said: “Anxiety is remarkably common and affects men and women of all ages and backgrounds. Our thoughts, emotions and physical feelings are impacted by anxiety, ranging from mild feelings of tension, to persistent worry, to very high states of panic that occur during panic attacks.
“The good news is that small changes to our behaviours and challenging our own thinking patterns can result in a reduction of anxiety symptoms.”
To attend contact Joan Sanderson on 01361 886104.