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Anxiety

Mental Health & Counseling located in Ohio City, Cleveland, OH

Anxiety
Anxiety

Anxiety is an unavoidable part of daily life, but sometimes, it takes hold of your brain and turns into an overwhelming problem that prevents you from enjoying life. When you need help with anxiety, you can turn to the experienced team at PMA Assessment and Counseling in Cleveland, Ohio. They specialize in many therapies for overcoming anxiety and offer a range of mind-body approaches like yoga that promote your well-being. Don’t wait to call the office or book online to schedule an in-person or telehealth anxiety assessment and begin your healing journey.

Anxiety

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Anxiety is a natural response to daily challenges and dangerous situations. The feeling of anxiety activates your brain, triggering the release of hormones that give you the energy and focus to deal with the challenge.

Your mind and body should relax after the anxiety-producing event ends. Your anxiety may be a problem when you:

• Have frequent or constant anxiety
• Have intense anxiety that disrupts your life
• Feel anxious without a current or anticipated challenge
• Change your daily activities to avoid anxiety
• Experience severe anxiety in response to a minor situation

These are all signs that your anxiety no longer serves a beneficial purpose. Instead, your brain stays on alert, causing overwhelming anxiety that will only improve with help from the PMA Assessment and Counseling specialists.

When should I seek help for anxiety?

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You could develop any of the following anxiety disorders:

• Generalized anxiety disorder (ongoing worry over everyday issues and situations)
• Panic disorder (sudden, recurring panic attacks)
• Agoraphobia (fear of leaving the place where you feel safe)
• Specific phobia (intense fear of one object, animal, or activity)
• Social anxiety disorder (fear of new people, social events, or performing in front of others)
• Separation anxiety disorder (extreme anxiety when apart from family or caregivers)

Separation anxiety disorder isn’t just a childhood problem. The condition can also affect teens and adults.

What are the different types of anxiety disorders?

Each anxiety disorder listed above has its own symptoms. However, all types of anxiety cause similar emotional and physical symptoms, including:

• Fear, worry, dread
• Nervousness
• Restlessness
• Insomnia
• Nausea and vomiting
• Difficulty concentrating
• Racing heartbeat
• Excessive sweating
• Panic attack

Anyone with anxiety can have a panic attack, which is a sudden, intense reaction causing chest pain, dizziness, and difficulty breathing.

What symptoms does anxiety cause?
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