When you deal with anxiety and stress, you want the best. If you are looking for a program that will help you deal with these mental disorders, look no further than the Delray Center anxiety disorder and stress program. We have helped thousands of people who are suffering from these disorders successfully. What, may you ask, is stress and anxiety? Well lets start with anxiety disorder, which affects millions of people all over the world. Anxiety disorder is a pattern of constant worry and anxiety over many different activities and events.
The main symptom is the almost constant presence of worry or tension, even when there is little or no cause. Worries seem to float from one problem to another, such as family or relationship problems, work issues, money, health, and other problems. Our Delray Center anxiety disorder and stress program was created to deal with problems such as these and help relieve the worry associated with it. Stress on the other hand is related to anxiety as stress can come from the constant worry of different things. Stress is a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your balance in some way. But having stress for long periods of time may affect the body in a very negative way. Some of the symptoms include memory problems, inability to concentrate, aches and pains, eating less, sleeping less, and depression.
If you suffer from these types of things, then the Delray Center anxiety disorder and stress program is able to help. You wouldn’t want to have to deal with one or even both of these disorders at the same time, it could make life difficult. To find out more information on how The Delray Center anxiety disorder and stress program can help you, give us a call. There is a way to treat this, we are standing by to help.
Since 2003, the Delray Center for Healing has provided exceptional psychiatric and therapeutic care for mental health, eating, and substance use disorders. To learn more about our philosophy and treatment approach, download our free e-book, “Psychiatry Redefined,” written by our founder and medical director, Raul J. Rodriguez, MD.