Psychiatric Treatment for Anxiety
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Anxiety Disorders are the most common psychological disorders in the U.S. with 19.1 million (13.3%) of the adult population (ages 18-54) affected. This number increases when you factor in the high number of adults over the age of 54 who suffer from anxiety disorders.
Anxiety Disorders include:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Phobias (e.g., snakes, heights, flying)
All Anxiety Disorders can cause overwhelming and persistent anxiety, fear, and interfere with daily living.
Fortunately, the vast majority of those with an Anxiety Disorder can be helped through a combination of therapy and medications, with medications offering the most immediate relief and therapy providing skills for long-term management.
Anxiety Disorders often include symptoms such as the following:
Restlessness, feeling “keyed up” or “on edge”
Becoming easily fatigued
Trouble concentrating (or mind “going blank”)
Muscle tension, aches, or soreness
Trouble falling or staying asleep, or unsatisfying sleep
Excessive worry or obsessions
Women are 2 times as likely to be affected than men. Additionally, people with Anxiety Disorders often suffer from other mental health problems, such as depression and alcohol or drug abuse.
Contact Dr. Ankur Saraiya and start your Anxiety treatment today!
Therapeutic care for your specific needs
Other conditions I have experience with include Sleep problems.
OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), Co-occurring Substance Abuse Disorders.
I also work with people interested in coming off their medications making sure to do this in a safe and comfortable way.
Finally, though many of my patients come to me initially for device about medications, many end up seeing me for weekly therapy because my holistic approach that includes advice about all aspects of life really resonates with them.
if your issue is something you don´t see listed, please feel free to contact my office and describe your problem. It may be something that I've seen before and can help you with, but if it isn't, I'll offer some ideas on what you might try next.