Stress and anxiety is something that everyone can relate to. For some people, though, experiencing anxiety is a common part of life and something that may be more than just normal levels of stress. Indeed, for those with an anxiety disorder, being plagued by feelings of persistent worry and fear about everyday happenings is common. Sometimes, anxiety can be so oppressive that it prevents an individual from doing things like attending social functions or engaging in other activities. And when anxiety is severe, it can also lead to other mental health disorders, including depression.
If you suffer from anxiety, help is available. Be searching for “anxiety therapy near me,” you can learn more about Life Insight and make an appointment with one of our skilled therapists today.
Again, feeling stress and having feelings of worry are normal parts of life, especially during life changes or when there are big projects or ongoings happening. Anxiety may be classified as a disorder or a psychological condition; however, when the following symptoms are present:
The Mayo Clinic explains that there are a few different types of anxiety disorders. These include agoraphobia, which is an extreme avoidance of situations that can cause panic; generalized anxiety disorder, which refers to persistent and excessive worry about everyday events; panic disorder; separation anxiety disorder, which is a childhood disorder; social anxiety disorder, where a person has high levels of anxiety in relation to social situations; and other specific anxiety disorders.
No one should have to live with constant feelings of anxiety or the physical or psychological side effects that accompany persistent anxiety. Not only can anxiety prevent you from doing the things that you want to do and living the best version of your life as possible, but anxiety can also contribute to poor physical health due to high levels of stress hormones and sleep disturbances.
When you partner with one of our anxiety therapists from Life Insight, we will work with you on a one-on-one basis to help you identify the source(s) of your anxiety and develop effective coping mechanisms. By better understanding your triggers, your reactions, and then changing your thinking patterns regarding those triggers, you can start to build a healthier, happier you.
As you search for an anxiety therapist near you, know that our experienced therapists are only a phone call away. We work with adults and children of all ages and can guide you through our new patient process as well as our approach to therapy as a whole.
Living with anxiety can be restrictive. Start the process of taking your life back and getting in control of your emotions today. Call Life Insight directly or send us a message telling us more about the types of therapy you need.
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What a week for our world. As everyone tries to adapt to a new sense of normal amidst an ever-changing landscape, we've all been asked to do things differently. And humans do not like change! We crave the familiar, the predictable, the known. One of the ways we are encouraging our community to stay healthy during this time is to keep as much routine and consistency as possible, including self-care and support.
We understand the anxiety and worries that are in the world right now, we also understand the importance of connection and care and healing. We are moving all of our appointments to Telehealth sessions as of Monday, March 23rd. While this may be a different way of doing things for some of you, it allows us to be a consistent source of support for our community.
Our practice has been using telehealth for over two years, and we have a HIPAA compliant platform in place that is really quite simple to use for our sessions. All of our therapists are able to walk you through getting used to your first telehealth session and not much will be different other than you'll show up online instead of at the offices.
In fact, we're still taking new clients during this time, so if you are feeling like you'd like to talk to someone or know of someone in need of extra support right now, let them know that we are here to help. You can call or text our offices at: 630-563-0044 or sign up online via the "Book Appointment Online" button on our website.
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