I have anxiety issue that not letting me live the normal life. There is always constant fear that persist. What should I do?
Thank you for asking this question, I understand it can be very overwhelming to feel constant fear.
Firstly, you can try talking to friends, family or close people to get that first support. It always helps to talk about what you feel fearful of and have the reassurance that there is someone there to support you during a rough time. Secondly, with anxiety it is always useful to get psychological therapies. Psychological therapies consist of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychotherapy etc.
Mindsum has a group of therapist who specialise in anxiety and you can book a free initial consultation with them if you wish to go through the private practice. You can read more about this on our website. If you wish to use the NHS for help, you can self refer yourself to the NHS talking therapies. You can find more information from your GP or through this link. If anxiety gets to the point of you not being able to function in everyday life, then it is important to get support and help. Always remember that anxiety is treatable and you can get better.