D’Amore’s Anxiety Treatment Program
If you live in the Sacramento area and are seeking treatment for anxiety, you might not be satisfied with your local treatment options. But there are other opportunities for anxiety treatment in Southern California. If you are struggling with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) or Panic Disorder and need a safe and comfortable place to recover D’Amore Healthcare may be the residential psychiatric center that you’ve been looking for.
Anxiety can reach every aspect of your life. It can turn activities that you used to enjoy into daunting tasks. From spending time with loved ones to eating at restaurants or visiting with friends, anxiety can turn anything into a source of dread and misery. In order to recover from anxiety, it helps to get out of your rut and change your routine.
D’Amore Healthcare is a Joint Commission-certified Mental Health Treatment Center in the sunny coastal community of Huntington Beach in Orange County, California. We develop individualized treatment plans that address every facet of your mental health. We treat not only the symptoms of anxiety but also its root causes.
The medical professionals at our Residential Psychiatric Facility will examine your entire psychological history. Using this information, we will design a treatment program that provides you with the best possible combination of therapeutic modalities. At D’Amore, you can develop new patterns of behavior and thinking that can ease you out of your panicked state. At the same time, we will teach you to utilize healthy habits to cope with stress and anxiety. Our patients learn to live vigorous, joyous lives.
The Symptoms of Anxiety
A doctor or a mental health professional can make a Panic Disorder diagnosis based on a patient’s recurring symptoms over a stretch of time. Anxiety can manifest differently for different people. In most situations, a patient who is diagnosed with an anxiety disorder will experience at least one of the following symptoms per day for longer than two weeks.
- Feeling nervous
- Feeling restless
- Having a sense of impending doom
- Feelings of panic or terror
- Increased heart rate
- Breathing rapidly
- Feeling weak
- Having trouble concentrating
- Preoccupation with worry
- Having trouble sleeping
- Experiencing gastrointestinal problems
- Struggling to control anxiety
- Avoiding situations that trigger anxiety
- Trouble relaxing
- Headaches, muscle aches, or unexplained pains
- Having a hard time swallowing
- Nervously twitching
- Needing to use the bathroom often
Recovery from Anxiety
When you’re in a heightened state of anxiety or panic, it can be hard to leave the house. Getting out into the world and trying something new that you’re uncomfortable with may seem like the last thing you want to do. This is especially troublesome when you need to get help for anxiety. All too often, someone struggling with anxiety will find it difficult to reach out and seek treatment. In some cases, a person may not even realize how much their anxiety is affecting their day-to-day life.
When a person’s whole mindset is discolored with fear and diminished self-worth, it can be difficult for them to see anything beyond their own immediate situation. Anxiety is often self-perpetuating. The symptoms of anxiety can make a person feel so isolated and alone that they can’t bear to go out and do things that might improve their mood. When someone is stuck in a desperate place, they begin to feel depressed by their very circumstances. This leads to feelings of self-pity and guilt that can dig deeper into their anxiety.
Luckily, even the most severe cases of Generalized Anxiety Disorder are able to be effectively treated. D’Amore offers a variety of evidence-based treatments to help a person struggling with anxiety to make healthy changes and live a life free from fear. At D’Amore, we are committed to finding the right treatment for each individual. From psychotherapy to medication management and even holistic methods, we provide a full spectrum of therapeutic modalities so that we can design a treatment plan to fit each of our patient’s unique needs.
If you’re interested in reaching out to someone, please contact us today. We’ll be more than happy to be in your corner.