Anxiety and Depression

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What is Anxiety and Depression?

Anxiety and depression are disorders that are currently affecting around 40 million adults in America. Both of these can be minor or severe, but it is important to know when enough is enough. Anxiety is an intense feeling of worry or fear that can arise in everyday situations. This will often result in fast heart-rate, rapid breathing, sweating and fatigue. Feelings an excessive amount of anxiety can be debilitating, which is why professionals would recommend receiving help to overcome it.

Depression can appear in several forms but is mostly characterized by persistent feelings of deep sadness or loss of interest in normal activities. Depression can lead to change in thoughts and behavior which typically become unhealthy or harmful for the person experiencing them. Depression can be associated with thoughts of suicide, self-esteem issues, loss of appetite and more.

Do any of these sound like you?

  • You go out of your way to avoid social situations such as going to the grocery store, or meeting a friends significant other, and come up with an over-the-top excuse to cancel.
  • You want to try a new hobby, but talk yourself out of it because you worry you will be bad at it.
  • You worry about lots of things including offending spam callers by not answering the phone.
  • When you hear people laughing, even if they’re on television, you think they’re laughing at you.

If any of these scenarios sound like you, anxiety may be the culprit. Anxiety can become a problem when it causes us to respond to things that are only in our minds. According to The Anxiety and Depression Association of America approximately 40 million people suffer from anxiety disorders which are some of the most common issues that bring you to therapy. Let us help you break the hold that anxiety may have on you and help you live a more calm and peaceful life.

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Anixety and Depression

When you look at Sam you would think that he has it all together.  He has a good job, a nice car, a nice home, but Sam would also trade it all to get rid of his sleepless nights and his constant worry about if he can keep it all. We will help Sam come up with ways to help him alleviate his anxiety and get back to enjoying his life.

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