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Feelings of anxiety can often improve performance and help us humans spot danger or mistakes. Many of us will experience this when we are about to make a speech or take an exam. Be reassured, anxiety is a completely normal human emotion which everyone will feel at some point in their lives, perhaps when they are facing a threatening or tricky situation. Feelings can vary from mild to severe, and for most people, these emotions will fade after the stressful situation has ceased.

However, such feelings of uneasiness can become persistent in some and we can develop a range of psychological and physical symptoms as a result. If that sounds like something you might be going through, then there is welcome news as, for many, this is just a temporary blip and can be treated in a variety of ways.


The Kusnacht Practice is renowned for its absolute, dedicated attention and precision, honesty and transparency in a warm and empathetic environment.

With the pure waters of Switzerland’s Lake Zurich lapping on its nearby shores and enveloped by nature and clean air, the treatment centre offers a holistic, 360 degree, mind, body and soul rebalancing and restoration.

Its state-of-the-art facility combines Swiss standards of excellence, luxury and cutting edge, innovative technology with world-renowned medical expertise, compassion and sensitivity. Each and every client is treated uniquely and privately in their own sumptuous, five-star residence and provided with the highest standards of professionalism, care and discretion.


So, what can be a positive defence mechanism in its mild form, may develop into something more serious. It’s really about having a general and persistent feeling of unease and apprehension which can prevent someone who is anxious from having a normal life.

It can be quite energy-sapping for many but there are a number of distinct types of anxiety disorders. These include Acute Stress Disorder (ASD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and various phobias. Anxiety disorders can also occur alongside other conditions, such as depression, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder, and can sadly sometimes lead to self-harm or suicide in severe cases.

General anxiety disorder (GAD) or 'anxiety', relates to persistent and intrusive anxious feelings, where a person struggles to cope with their worries and stress. It is a common mental health condition, that can vary in symptoms and severity from person to person.

Many are unable to tackle life in perspective and will catastrophise, thinking things are worse than they really are. To friends and loved ones, this type of behaviour might seem illogical and irrational. This can cause problems in relationships and careers and affect the pleasure in various activities and hobbies. That’s why it is important to seek help if you think you’re feeling this way. Most with anxiety - estimated to be around ten per cent of the population at some point in their lives - make a full recovery with the right professional advice.


  • Excessive worrying
  • Avoiding social situations and wanting to escape
  • Racing thoughts, restlessness and difficulty concentrating
  • Feeling irritable
  • Panic attacks
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Sweating
  • Muscle pains and tension
  • Irritability
  • Feeling tired/sleeping badly
  • Palpitations
  • Dissociation


Each client at The Kusnacht Practice is unique and that is why our experts will formulate a personalised plan for anyone who thinks they are suffering from anxiety.

We promote recovery through a sensitive, sympathetic and holistic approach, looking at you through a 360 degree lens, mentally, physically, spiritually - mind, body and energy.

Remember too that we are world-renowned for our discretion and you will feel completely private in a beautiful location.

First of all, we will conduct an in-depth medical examination to make sure there aren’t any other health issues which might be contributing to your symptoms, as this can sometimes be the case.

Then, at The Kusnacht Practice’s Anxiety Treatment Centre, our professional and fully-licensed psychologists and psychiatrists will then talk to you about your feelings and construct a unique, evidence-based plan to make you feel better.

Treatments include cognitive behavioral therapy, meditation, anti-anxiety medications and many more, all taking place in our relaxing and luxurious surroundings.

These will help you manage your anxiety and this can happen surprisingly quickly, so don’t ever be despondent or give up hope because no problem is insurmountable.

“When you’re anxious, you feel as if there is nowhere to turn and that you are helplessly alone. But there is a solution - I just wish I’d contacted The Kusnacht Practice earlier. Now I’m healthy again and back on top.”

Anna, 34

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