Anxiety can present for many different reasons. Earlier this year the Health & Wellbeing team here at Cavity focused on five areas of Anxiety and created five information / support resources which focused on Financial, Social and Pregnancy Anxiety alongside Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

Click on the below links to access the information:

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Social (

Pregnancy Anxiety (

Post-Traumatic (

Obsessive (

The last few years have been especially difficult for many of us. Having to respond quickly and adapt to a new way of life and a new normal which at times has created feeling of uncertainty, worry and for many anger and upset when these circumstances have resulted in the loss of friends, family, income and security just to name a few ways in which people have been affected.

The Mental Health Foundation report that in 2022/23, an average of 37.1% of women and 29.9% of men reported high levels of anxiety. Compared to data from 2012 to 2015, this has increased significantly from 21.8% of women and 18.3% of men reporting high levels of anxiety

Mind note that - Anxiety can become a mental health problem if it impacts your ability to live your life as fully as you want to.

For example, it may be a problem if:

  • Your feelings of anxiety are very strong or last for a long time.
  • You avoid situations that might cause you to feel anxious.
  • Your worries feel very distressing or are hard to control.
  • You regularly experience symptoms of anxiety, which could include panic attacks
  • You find it hard to go about your everyday life or do things you enjoy.

If Anxiety is impacting your ability to live in the way you wish you could, use our information and resources to help find the support you may need right now

Anxiety Resources

Anxiety UK
0844 477 5774 (Infoline 9.30am – 5.30pm Mon – Fri)
Text: 07537 416 905
Anxiety UK is a national run charity run by people with lived experience of anxiety, supporting
everyone affected by anxiety through information and support, includes talking therapies and self-
help groups


No Panic
0844 967 4848 (10am – 10pm 7 days a week)
01753 840 393 (Youth Helpline 13 – 20-year-olds 4pm – 6pm Mon – Fri)
No panic is a charity that helps people who experience any kind of anxiety disorder and specialise in
self-help based recovery via their helpline and resources.


0300 123 3393
Explains anxiety and panic attacks, including possible causes and how you can access treatment and
support. Includes tips for helping yourself, and guidance for friends and family.


Anxiety Care UK
Helps people with anxiety disorders.


Triumph Over Phobia
0122 557 1740
A UK charity which aims to help sufferers of phobias, OCD and other related anxiety.


Managing teenage anxiety.