Family Medical Center
Approximately 40 million adults have anxiety disorders causing a decrease quality of life.
Emotional wellness applies to our sense of well-being and safety. As we look at you as a whole, your emotional wellness connects to your physical well-being.
This wellness can stem from a wide variety of elements, such as:
We place an importance on nurturing emotional wellness by providing person-centered care. We show our patients how to expand on their strengths and build new skills to adjust to life's challenges successfully.
Anxiety Q & A
What is anxiety?
Anxiety includes a group of mental health disorders that cause pervasive and often disproportionate worries and fears that can interfere with your quality of life. For example, general anxiety disorder is the most common type of anxiety disorder. If you have general anxiety disorder, you might have intrusive negative thoughts and fears about day-to-day situations like work, family, health, or routine chores.
Other types of anxiety include:
It’s normal to feel nervous or fearful from time to time. An anxiety disorder causes intrusive negative thoughts and feelings that get in the way of your ability to function normally and are out of proportion to the real risk.
What are the signs of anxiety?
In addition to the pervasive and intrusive fears, anxiety causes a variety of mental and physical symptoms, including:
You might also experience panic attacks. Panic attacks are episodes when you experience several severe physical symptoms. Many people think they’re having a heart attack when they have a panic attack.
How is anxiety treated?
At Family Medical Center, the team follows the Neil Nedley™ approach to identify the root cause of your anxiety. They create customized wellness programs designed to address what’s causing your anxiety and enhance your overall health.
Your treatment begins with a comprehensive evaluation where the 10 categories outlined by Nedley are assessed to confirm your anxiety diagnosis and its root causes. The 10 categories that may contribute to anxiety include:
Following your assessment, the team at Family Medical Center recommends an outpatient community-focused program or an inpatient boot camp. During your treatment, the team offers comprehensive therapies to address your mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health while also resolving the root cause of your anxiety.
If anxiety interferes with your ability to function and your quality of life, call Family Medical Center or request an appointment online today.