At the Natural Clinic, we can work with social anxiety on multiple levels. We’ve detailed them below. If you prefer to choose your own approach, you can do so. And if you would like help and advice, you can email us at info@thenaturalclinic.ie or speak with Leonard on 021 4311 977.

Nutrition for social anxiety

From a biological point of view, the anxiety response is a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived threat. This reaction can become oversensitized, resulting in an inappropriate release of hormones in response to relatively minor threats. To address this, we recommend Nutritional Therapy to reduce the overproduction of cortisol in the system and rebalance the system. More here

Kinesiology

Many of our clients have had great success using Kinesiology as a means to reduce anxiety. What makes it particularly appealing is that it can have rapid benefits. For this reason, we recommend you try it for yourself.  More here

 

CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

We recommend using CBT to help with social anxiety. CBT can be highly effective and uses practical tools and strategies to teach you how to identify and change perceptions. Because social anxiety is deeply rooted in how we perceive ourselves, others and social situations, CBT is the most highly recommended evidence-based approach for anxiety symptoms. More here

Alexander Technique & LearningMethods

Andrew Monaghan uses Alexander Technique and LearningMethods, a learning-based approach, to help you to identify, understand and change the underlying perceptions that can trigger a fear and anxiety response.  Andrew is a former social anxiety sufferer and is currently writing a book on how to overcome social anxiety and stage fright. Contact him here