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In contrast to sudden surges of panic, this type of anxiety is expressed over a much longer duration. The way that the disorder is exhibited during this extended time is noticeably consistent. Although the diagnosis does not require the anxiety to be present at all times, excessive stress and worry lasting six months or more is a credible sign of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Unlike occasional instances of anxiety, the stressful nature of a full-fledged disorder is unbalanced and severely impacts an individual’s capacity to accomplish daily tasks and social interactions. Specifically, a person afflicted with the disorder will have great difficulty or a complete inability to rid worrisome thoughts from his or her mind. As a result, these types of obsessive and unwavering ruminations will consistently break attempts at staying focused, which is a necessary skill in a school or work setting.

In terms of interpersonal relations, even the most routine interactions can evolve into mountainous obstacles. Furthermore, the anxiety will even extend into various other sectors of life including health, finances, domestic tasks and family well-being. From a developmental perspective, concerns will change over time depending on the most stress-provoking objects and situations during each age group. A common worry for most developing children is usually centered on some kind of performance. Conversely, maintaining one’s safety and the possibility of developing a chronic physical disease are prevalent issues for the elderly.

People suffering from GAD also stress over the likelihood of major disasters and other catastrophic events, such as earthquakes or nuclear war. If a preoccupation with performance is the main source of worry for an individual, he or she may strive to conform to a personal perception of normality. This will most likely be displayed through perfectionist behaviors along with a constant uncertainty of his or her own ability. Those afflicted tend to redo tasks due to strict standards that they impose on themselves. They have a heightened need to receive reassurance and approval from others.

The different types of bipolar disorders can be induced or worsened by an addictive substance, prescribed medicine or unspecified factor. It is important for anyone who experiences these life altering conditions to identify and address any underlying problems as well. Specialized treatment centers, such as Sovereign Mental Health, conduct detailed, dual diagnosis screenings for coexisting disorders and guide those who are suffering on the road of recovery. Similar to the dual-sided nature of the disorders, treatment should also follow a dual diagnosis approach to rule out any other factors of distress.

Mental health disorders or problems can happen to anyone. Here at SovMentalHealth we make sure that you should not keep it under wraps anymore. With our life-saving right treatment program for struggling people we are working daily to to facilitate your recovery. Sovereign Mental Health is built specially to get the support, help and treatment you need to make your life better.

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Bipolar I Disorder

Bipolar I disorders is a dysfunctional relationship of emotional highs and lows. Under the wide umbrella of mood disorders, a person will endure depressive conditions, which is the occurrence of major depressive episodes. Furthermore, a person will also experience episodes of mania, which is a drastic change in mood with an extremely abnormal increase in energy lasting for a week or more. These mood swings are not only clearly observable and uncharacteristic of a person’s normal attitude, but also causes significant impairment to one’s social or daily obligations, such as work, school or relationships. Also unique to a manic experience is psychosis, which can occur in the form of hallucinations or other illusions and may warrant hospitalization.

Bipolar II Disorder

The major difference between bipolar I and bipolar II disorder is the occurrence of hypomania. While bipolar I’s manic episodes can seriously hinder a person’s ability to function and induce psychotic symptoms, hypomanic episodes do not. Hypomania is defined as a period of abnormally and persistently heightened, expansive or agitated mood and increased activity or energy, lasting the majority of each day for four consecutive days or more. Major depressive episodes are also present and a person typically experiences a periodical jump from one type of episode to another.

Cyclothymic Disorder

Those diagnosed with cyclothymic disorder essentially demonstrate some, but not enough criteria to fit a more clearly defined bipolar disorder. While milder than its counterparts, any cycle of varying moods can still take a toll on a human being over time. Fluctuations are both common and chronic, with numerous periods of interchanging hypomanic and depressive symptoms. The disorder also has the possibility of progressing to more serious bipolar or depressive disorders, depending on which type of episode intensifies. In addition, any of these emotionally turbulent conditions may increase the risk of substance-related disorders to self-medicate one’s symptoms.

Overall, manic-depressive afflictions can present themselves in various fashions and equally affect people in different ways. It is also important to seek help at the earliest sign of erratic or depressive behavior. Both mania and depression are fueled by illogical thinking and may drive a person to make dangerous or self-inflicting decisions. Even if the symptoms do not match the criteria of bipolar disorders, the condition may be another serious mood disorder that can have serious consequences if left untreated.

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  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health San Clemente1211 Puerta Del Sol
    San Clemente CA 92673
  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health Los Angeles6167 Bristol Parkway
    Los Angeles CA 90230
  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health, Palm Desert39800 Portola Ave.,
    Palm Desert, CA 92260
  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health, Arizona111 S. Hearthstone Way Chandler,
    Arizona 85226
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    Pompano Beach, FL 33069
  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health San Diego2815 Steele Canyon Road, El Cajon
    San Diego, CA 92019
  • GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER  Sovereign Health, Florida3331 E Riverside Drive,
    Fort Myers, Florida 33916
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    Delta, Utah 84624

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Our services and facilities are not restricted to just treatment of and recovery from addiction and mental health disorders. We also have a continuing care program- TEAM, Technology Enhanced Aftercare Monitoring. It continues to assist patients when they leave our facility to reintegrate into society by reducing the risk of relapse.


  • Assists the recovering individual in his or her return to normal life
  • Helps in dealing with stress, finding a healthy social network and resisting the craving for the substance that was abused whether it was a drug or alcohol
  • Encourages recovering individuals to participate in support groups or 12-step programs
  • Continued counseling and/or medications for several months or even years

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