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Mental Health.. A Primer

“Each year, about 40 million adults are diagnosed with a type of anxiety disorder. As the label implies, the fuel that drives these types of disorders is anxiety, an emotional response to real or perceived imminent threat.”

In healthy amounts, stress can inspire productive action and determination. Conversely, when these levels of anxiety can no longer be managed and reach higher peaks in one’s life, anxiety disorders can cause excessive behavioral instability. In various conditions, those who suffer from frequent episodes of panic may even begin avoiding situations that they think will trigger an attack. If not identified or addressed early, the consequences that these issues create can mount up exponentially and easily strain meaningful relationships.

Anxiety disorders encompass a wide assortment of categories and specifications since stress can manifest in a number of ways. Variations can exist in the disorder’s duration, its triggering factors and many other defining behaviors as well. In more acute versions of the condition, the onset of extreme, incapacitating symptoms of fear and stress are known as panic attacks. These attacks are commonly found in serious forms of anxiety, from panic disorder to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In contrast to sudden surges of panic, anxiety can also last over longer periods of time.

The source of anxious symptoms can be traced to a large range of possibilities. In PTSD, simply recalling or re-experiencing a traumatic event in the person’s life can bring out an instantaneous wave of stress and discomfort. In social anxiety disorder, interacting with others and worrying about what others may be thinking can manifest in maladaptive conduct. With a specific phobia, virtually any object or situation can cause a similar reaction. While the contributors to stress may strictly differ, the resulting effects to an individual’s behavior follows a set of key characteristics. Avoidant actions are usually the most noticeable behaviors one can exhibit. This entails a spectrum of reactions, from general cautiousness to an overwhelming need to escape from or prevent exposure to certain circumstances.

Another shared element between many anxiety disorders is the experience of fear. It is clearly distinct from anxiety, as fear is a direct and emotional response to a real or fabricated threat rather than anticipation. Most phobias are driven by this aspect and it is additionally a substantial component of panic attacks. These intense feelings are often intertwined with anxiety to worsen the incapacitation of the illness. Although avoidance and fearful responses are two major similarities among anxiety disorders, a list of other physical and psychological signals are as follows:

  • Tight or tense muscles
  • Dizziness or nausea
  • Sweating and shaking excessively
  • Numbness or tingling in the limbs and extremities
  • An abnormally accelerated heart rate
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Difficulty sleeping and/or experiencing nightmares
  • Feeling constantly uneasy or uncomfortable
  • Racing thought patterns
  • Suffering from lasting effects of trauma
  • Abnormal routine and obsessive behaviors

Due to this common ground between multiple diagnostic conditions, anxiety disorders also have a high rate of comorbidity, or coexistence, with one another. Unfortunately, the presence of more than one instance of anxiousness can make treatment substantially more difficult. Overlooking one disorder allows it to develop and even prevent the recovery from the other disorder during treatment. It is essential that effective care practices are instituted to identify any other conditions that may lurk underneath the surface. One particular screening process is known as dual diagnosis, which specializes in not only discovering underlying factors of mental disorders, but treating them concurrently as well.

Treatment Plan for Anxiety

At Sovereign Mental Health, the licensed staff offer high quality, comprehensive and even holistic mental health treatment programs for adults and adolescents. Sovereign Mental Health’s treatment programs specialize in addressing underlying mental health conditions by utilizing innovative new research and highly supported treatment methods. Although the many varieties of anxiety can impact many demographics, the possibility of eliminating these stresses and fears is absolutely conceivable. If you or someone you love suffers from anxiety, get the necessary treatment as soon as possible.

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  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health San Clemente1211 Puerta Del Sol
    San Clemente CA 92673
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health Los Angeles6167 Bristol Parkway
    Los Angeles CA 90230
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health, Palm Desert39800 Portola Ave.,
    Palm Desert, CA 92260
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health, Arizona111 S. Hearthstone Way Chandler,
    Arizona 85226
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health, Pompano Beach555 S. Andrew Ave, STE 101
    Pompano Beach, FL 33069
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health San Diego2815 Steele Canyon Road, El Cajon
    San Diego, CA 92019
  • Anxiety Disorders  Sovereign Health, Florida3331 E Riverside Drive,
    Fort Myers, Florida 33916
  • Anxiety Disorders  White River Academy275 West 100 South,
    Delta, Utah 84624

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