These are some ideas for answers to questions we’ve been asked over the years, although they probably only apply to UK. There are no complete answers to any problem, but hopefully some of these may be of use.
For example: Wales now has the “Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010”. Part 1 of the Measure makes sure that more services are available for the GP to refer someone to if they have mental health problems such as anxiety or depression. These services may include e.g. counselling, stress and anxiety management. They can either be at the GP practice or nearby so it will be easier to get to them. People will also be told about other services which might help them, such as those provided by groups such as local voluntary groups or advice about money or housing.
If you are very anxious it can affect your memory, especially in the short-term. So, if you are nervous, worried or in a “bit of a state”, you might not remember what you wanted to say or what the answers were. Here are some simple tricks to help you:
What to do in crisis:Make sure you have someone with you, but the best way to deal with a crisis is to be prepared.