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Everyone gets anxious sometimes. Experiencing stress is a normal part of life. For people with anxiety disorders, intense, excessive, persistent nervousness about everyday situations dominates their consciousness. Anxiety disorders sometimes involve repeated episodes of severe anxiety and fear or terror that peak within minutes, known as panic attacks. Contact Harmony Hills at 855.494.0357 for more information about our anxiety treatment program.
The cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) program at Harmony Hills is structured to help guests with many types of anxiety. Feeling anxious or panicked can interfere with daily activities. These feelings are extremely difficult to control, and they can have a profound effect on a person’s life. You may avoid places or situations to prevent these feelings. Symptoms sometimes start during childhood or adolescence and can easily continue into adulthood. Cognitive-behavioral therapy at Harmony Hills is utilized in treating common anxiety disorders, including:
Common anxiety signs and symptoms include:
Treatment for anxiety disorders varies depending on your condition, severity of your anxiety, and medical history. We select the most caring, professional, committed individuals to help guests overcome anxiety and get control of their lives. The following conditions often require assistance on an outpatient basis or in an anxiety treatment program nested in Harmony Hills’ residential treatment setting:
If anxiety affects your social and occupational functioning, our mental health treatment programs can help you take control of your life. More than 30% of the United States population struggles with anxiety. Please consider treatment at Harmony Hills if your anxiety causes any of the following issues:
Preventing an anxiety disorder before it happens is impossible. However, it is possible to treat symptoms and gain control of your anxiety by attending mental health treatment therapies. The following strategies have proven effective in treating anxiety:
Avoid alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes. These things might ease your anxiety in the short term, but developing an addiction is very common in people attempting to overcome anxiety by using addictive substances. If in addition to anxiety you are struggling with co-occuring substance addiction, Harmony Hills offers substance abuse treatment for dual diagnoses.
Anxiety often does not heal on its own, and it may get worse over time. The anxiety treatment program at Harmony Hills has helped countless people suffering from anxiety and related mental health conditions. Contact one of our therapists or clinicians 855.494.0357 to start learning strategies proven to decrease anxiety.