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Prairie Recovery AnxietyAnxiety can adversely affect almost every aspect of a person’s life. Often, the only way for someone suffering from anxiety to find relief is through an anxiety treatment program. If you or someone you care about would benefit from an anxiety treatment program in North Dakota, Prairie Recovery Center is ready to help. Our experienced team of mental health professionals help people regain control of their lives at our anxiety treatment center in North Dakota. Contact Prairie Recovery Center today by calling 844.979.4310 or completing our online contact form.

What Are Anxiety Disorders?

Everyone feels stressed from time to time. For people with anxiety disorders, stress is more common and more severe. Having an anxiety disorder can turn everyday tasks and routines into significant challenges. It can impact relationships and careers and make it harder to find enjoyment in life. A mental health treatment program can help control the most severe symptoms, so each individual can focus on long-term coping skills to ensure recovery.

The most common behavioral symptoms of anxiety include:

  • Restlessness, irritability, and agitation
  • Inability to remain calm
    Social withdrawal or isolation
  • Inability to meet responsibilities at home, work, or school
  • Exaggerated startle reflex
  • Use of drugs or alcohol to self-medicate the symptoms

Causes of Anxiety

Anxiety is a stress reaction, but it’s about more than just feeling stressed. Anxiety symptoms mimic the “fight or flight” response. A physiological response is triggered when we’re in danger. For someone with an anxiety disorder, that response is triggered much more easily, and the response is stronger. They have intense anxiety reactions to things that don’t bother most people. The exact reasons why this happens aren’t well understood. The answer is likely to be a mixture of biological and other reasons. Or, some people may be genetically wired to have an intense fight or flight response.

Types of Anxiety Disorders

There are several different types of anxiety disorders. The object of anxiety can take many forms, but in each case, a key feature is that people find it hard to control their worry.

Common anxiety disorders include:

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)

People with GAD constantly worry about things that most people aren’t concerned about. For instance, some people obsess over their health, finances, or the safety of themselves or family members.

Panic disorder

This disorder causes panic attacks, which are episodes of extreme distress that generate both a physical and an emotional reaction. For some people, specific things or events can trigger a panic attack. For others, there’s no obvious cause.

Social anxiety disorder

Also called social phobia, this disorder makes people feel uncomfortable in social situations. The fear of being watched and judged, even in casual situations, makes people with social anxiety avoid social events as much as possible.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

This form of anxiety is usually triggered by a terrifying event, which the person either personally experienced or witnessed. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

People with OCD have obsessive and compulsive thoughts, which manifest as repetitive behaviors. These may include counting, checking, hoarding, cleaning, or putting things in a specific order.

Treatment for Anxiety at Prairie Recovery Center

Anxiety is treated with therapy techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and family therapy. Some people also benefit from antidepressant or anxiety medication at our anxiety treatment center in North Dakota.

At Prairie Recovery Center, our team will work with you to determine which programs would be right for you, such as:

  • Residential anxiety treatment
  • Outpatient anxiety treatment
  • Support for co-occurring disorders
  • Aftercare planning and support

Our Prairie Recovery Center team treats anxiety from a whole-person perspective in our anxiety treatment center in North Dakota. We consider the physical, emotional, and spiritual toll that an anxiety disorder can take, so we can help people heal and find peace in their lives.

Find Relief with the Anxiety Treatment Program at Prairie Recovery Center

At Prairie Recovery Center, we offer time and space away from the stresses of life so that you can focus on your health and well-being. If you or someone you care about might benefit from an anxiety treatment program at Prairie Recovery Center, call us at 844.979.4310 or contact us online.