Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety Symptoms
Anxiety Symptoms
Have you been experiencing anxiety symptoms and stress at work? Then you may be eligible to claim compensation and should consult the extremely understanding professionals at to discuss your case in confidence and discover how we could work on your behalf to help you secure the full recompense that you justly deserve without causing you any undue hassle or further stress.

The HSE define work-related stress as “the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them at work”. This kind of stress can then lead to further mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

Anxiety UK state that “anxiety as a normal, if unpleasant, part of life, and it can affect is all in different ways and at different times. Wherestress is something that will come and go as the external factor causing it comes and goes, anxiety is something that can persist whether or not the causes clear to the sufferer.

“Anxiety can make a person imagine that things in their life worse than they really are, and prevent them from confronting their fears. Often they will think that they are going mad, or that some psychological imbalance is at the heart of their woes.”

Some of the most common physical symptoms of exciting are:

• Increased heart rate
• Increased muscle tension
• Hyperventilation
• Dizziness
• Increased perspiration
• Shaking
• Palpitations

Are you concerned about the anxiety symptoms that you are experiencing when you are at work? If you feel that you are suffering from anxiety and work-related stress, it is important that you obtain accurate and personalised advice from experienced professionals, and if you are considering bringing a claim against your employer you should make a no obligation call the friendly and caring staff at to find out how our experts could handle the claim on your behalf to make sure that you achieve the best possible outcome with the minimal fuss for you.

Our experts receive an extremely diverse range of different work-related stress enquiries. We were recently consulted by Ms B from Surrey, who told us that she had been assaulted by a client but her employer refused to investigate or take any appropriate action. Ms B explained that the assault and conduct of your employer resulted in her suffering from psychological illness. After careful consideration our professionals are taken on this case to help Ms B in her pursuit of compensation.

For more information about how you could bring a claim against your employer following the anxiety symptoms and work-related stress that you have been experiencing, make a call to the dedicated claims team at to discuss your case with no obligation and find out how we could use our wealth of experience in successfully handling cases of this nature to offer you advice that is tailored to suit your individual circumstances, along with support and expert representation throughout the claims process, ensuring that you would achieve the optimum results available to you; so call us today, on: our free phone number