Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Millions of Americans struggle with stress, anxiety, or depression each year. Anxiety and depression are much more than simply feeling worried or blue. Anxiety and depression are both serious conditions which can impair an individual’s ability to work, socialize, and live day to day. But with the right tools, individuals suffering from stress, anxiety, or depression can regain physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Anxiety and depression disorder may manifest in similar ways, and sometimes overlap. We work with visitors to address all symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression to get to the root of the disorder and equip individuals with the tools to manage these conditions.

Effective stress, anxiety/depression treatment for men may combine prescription and non-prescription treatments. For many, there are medicines that help to combat the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.

There are also many methods available that help to naturally reduce and deal with stress, anxiety, or depression. These methods include lifestyle adjustments, healthy strategies for coping with these conditions, communication, group therapy, and more. Psychotherapy also provides effective relief for many individuals. Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy which teaches individuals how to replace negative or unhelpful thought patterns with more realistic or useful ones. Interpersonal and problem-solving therapies may also be of benefit.

At Freeman Recovery Center, we take a comprehensive and integrative approach to care. Stress, anxiety, and depression impact each individual in unique ways. Our expert doctors, counselors, and staff work to develop a treatment plan tailored to the visitor’s total wellbeing, including all physical, mental, behavioral, and emotional needs. For many, a combination of prescriptions and natural healing help individuals take back their lives. We also work with families and loved ones to help build a continuous support system for the individual’s continued well-being.

If you or a loved one struggles with stress, anxiety, or depression, please call us today to learn more about treatment options and services.

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