Treatment for
Depression and Anxiety

Depression and Anxiety often occur at the same time. In fact, it’s been estimated that 45 percent of people with one mental health condition meets the criteria for two or more disorders. One study found that 50% of people with either anxiety or depression have other conditions. Although each condition has its own causes, they share many similar symptoms and treatments.

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    Anxiety can happen to anyone from time to time. It’s not unusual to experience anxiety before a big event or important decision. Chronic anxiety can be debilitating and lead to irrational thoughts and fears that will interfere with your everyday life.

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    Physical symptoms and behavioral changes caused by anxiety disorder include:

    • Feeling fatigued
    • Difficulty concentrating
    • Racing heart
    • Grinding teeth
    • Difficulty sleeping, falling asleep or staying asleep
    • Panicking
    • Difficulty controlling feeling of fear or worry

    Psychical symptoms of depression include:

    • Feeling down, sad, or upset is normal. It can be concerning feeling that way for several days or weeks on end.
    • Physical symptoms and behavioral changes caused by depression include: Lack of energy, chronic fatigue, feeling sluggish frequently
    • Difficulty sleeping, concentrating and making decisions.
    • Changes in appetite and weight

    Emotional symptoms of depression include:

    • Loss of interesting/no longer finding pleasure in activities – Feelings of sadness, anxiety, or emptiness
    • Feeling of hopelessness
    • Restlessness, irritability, and anger
    • Experiencing feelings of worthlessness or helplessness
    • Thoughts of death or suicide

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