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Facing your fears can - with time - reduce your anxiety. Try these tips to help you face your fears, including breathing exercises and setting goals.
WorryTime by ReachOut.com gives people a place to store their daily worries. It is a free app that is suitable for ages 12+ and is available from the Apple App Store.
Anxiety in children
Anxiety is a normal part of life that can sometimes affect children. Learn more about the signs of anxiety in children and how to help them.
Separation anxiety disorder commonly occurs among younger children as part of growing up. However it is now also recognised as a condition that can affect adults too, usually alongside other anxiety disorders.
People with anxiety disorders may be unable to stop worrying about seemingly unimportant things, and perceive situations as being worse than they are.
Anxiety can help us remain alert and be ready for challenges, but for 1 in 8 Australians, anxiety is a disorder that can impact everyday life.
Anxiety in teenagers
Anxiety disorder can be especially serious for teenagers as they are still developing. Learn more about how anxiety can affect teenagers and how to get help.
Anxiety symptoms may be physical or emotional. Find out more about what can trigger an anxiety attack and when you need to seek help from a professional.
Social anxiety disorder
Social anxiety or phobia is a fear of social situations. People with social phobia can feel anxiety and fear even over everyday social outings.
Anxiety attack and panic attack
'Anxiety attack' is not a recognised medical term and can mean different things to different people. Learn about anxiety and panic attacks and where to get help.