Mental Health Focus Through Inpatient Programs
Becoming Familiar With Anxiety Disorders
Most people are familiar with what it means to be anxious. Experiencing this feeling occasionally is a normal part of life. Anxiety from a clinical sense is much more than a temporary feeling of nervousness – it is a constant state of dread with no obvious trigger. It can worsen over time to eventually become intolerable. This constant struggle often has a huge impact on daily activities such as work, school, and relationships. There are several types of anxiety disorders, including the following:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): People who deal with GAD experience persistent anxiety most days for at least 6 months. Their worries may seem blown out of proportion around ordinary daily activities.
- Panic Disorder: Panic disorder involves frequent episodes of sudden, intense terror referred to as panic attacks. These peak within minutes and can involve shortness of breath, chest pain, heart palpitations, and feelings of impending doom.
- Social Anxiety Disorder: Social anxiety revolves around intense fear, self-consciousness, and embarrassment in social situations.
- Phobia-Related Disorders: There are many specific phobia-related disorders. They are characterized by intense anxiety or panic attacks triggered by specific objects or situations.
Coping with Anxiety Through Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient treatment through Beachside Rehab can be a wonderful solution for anyone dealing with an anxiety disorder. These feelings may seem like a lifelong burden to carry, but you shouldn’t feel any shame towards your anxiety disorder. Our caring staff and focused therapy treatments can finally be a source of relief after years of not receiving the proper attention. Treatment plans are completely personalized to every patient. Different methods such as regular counseling, anti-anxiety medications, art therapy, and music therapy are offered through our inpatient treatment program. Your anxiety disorder doesn’t have to hold any power over you. Give us a call today to get started on your path to relief.
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