Addiction and Anxiety treatment in pennsylvania

There are different forms of anxiety. While everyone faces daily stress, those with a real anxiety disorder are frequently left debilitated and unable to perform tasks many would take for granted. Like other mental health conditions, it is not shocking for these individuals to seek comfort through drugs and alcohol. To feel better, anxiety sufferers typically drink or take pills, eventually leading to abuse and dependence. Ignoring anxiety while treating a client for addiction is irresponsible and usually end in relapse.

Anxiety is Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorder

Anxiety is triggered by a number of different things and can appear at any time in life. These considerations include genetics, brain chemistry and daily environment. While many have a tendency to reject anxiety as being a valid medical problem, including many who have it. However, it is a very real and compelling condition. Ignoring it will only lead to greater problems with time.

While anxiety is classified as a mental-health disorder, it will also take a toll on your overall health. While people who suffer from anxiety often to try to minimize the caution signs and not face the seriousness of the situation, there are real symptoms that leave people helpless without the right treatment.

If you or somebody you know is facing the following symptoms, they may be experiencing anxiety and should consider a co-occurring disorder treatment program like BriteLife Recovery:

  • Extreme worry
  • Lethargy
  • Sleeplessness
  • Agitation
  • Sweating
  • Increased heart rate
  • Moodiness
  • Compulsive behavior
  • Bad temper
  • Panic attacks
  • Tension headaches

Call us today at 866-470-1464 to find out more about are co-occurring disorder treatment program. All calls are confidential.

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