Anxiety and Related Disorders

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Anxiety is one of those disorders which may appear quite harmless. However, prolonged anxiety can hamper your cognitive ability and also cause a lot of physical strain. In some cases, it can become a gateway to many other diseases. If you notice any of the signs below, such as:

  1. Excessive and persistent worry about everyday events, future events, or personal safety
  2. Physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, and stomach discomfort
  3. Avoidance behavior, including actively avoiding certain situations, activities, or places that trigger anxiety
  4. Intrusive thoughts, persistent and unwanted thoughts that can cause distress
  5. Sleep disturbance, difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep due to worries or physical symptoms
  6. Fatigue, feeling tired and drained due to the physical and emotional toll of anxiety
  7. Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  8. Irritability or feelings of restlessness

Then you have anxiety, and you need help as soon as possible!

Anxiety Disorder Treatment

If you’re struggling with anxiety, our team can help. We offer a range of therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure therapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction, to help you overcome your fears and worries.

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At our clinic, we offer a comprehensive treatment program for individuals struggling with anxiety. Our approach is individualized and tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of each patient. Whether you are suffering from anxiety or any other similar disorder, we can help you.

Signs of Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are a group of mental health conditions characterized by persistent changes in an individual’s emotional state. The following are common signs of mood disorders:

  1. Persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or worthlessness
  2. Loss of interest or pleasure in previously enjoyable activities
  3. Changes in appetite and sleep patterns
  4. Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  5. Fatigue or loss of energy
  6. Irritability, mood swings, and feelings of emptiness
  7. Physical symptoms such as headaches or stomachaches
  8. Thoughts of death or suicide
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