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ANXIETY TREATMENT IN LAWRENCE, KANSAS 

Occasional feelings of anxiety and panic are a natural part of everyday life, but those with a diagnosed anxiety disorder feel it much more persistently. Anxiety disorders are thought to affect up to 40 million adults every year. Unfortunately, not even 40% of those cases are getting treatment for their anxiety. Anxiety may not be able to be “cured” with treatment in most cases, but the symptoms can be managed with treatment and relief can be provided. If you are looking for anxiety treatment in Kansas, please keep reading.

 

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF ANXIETY DISORDERS?

Anxiety tends to vary between each individual case, but there are a few basic types of anxiety disorders most cases can be identified as:


Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): Characterized by consistent worry, anxiety, and tension, even if there is nothing to bring it on.


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Characterized by recurrent intrusive thoughts (known as obsessions) and repetitive behaviors (known as compulsions). These compulsions, sometimes called rituals, are performed in an attempt to prevent these obsessive thoughts or make them subside. The compulsions typically only offer temporary relief, however, and can further contribute to anxiety.


Panic Disorder: Characterized by repeated episodes of intense fear that bring on physical symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, dizziness, or abdominal distress.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Brought on after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening or traumatic event.


Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia): Characterized by intense anxiety and self-consciousness in everyday social situations. It may be limited to only public speaking, but some people may experience symptoms whenever they are around other people.


Agoraphobia: Characterized by avoidance of places or situations that trigger feelings of anxiety or panic.

 

WHAT ARE THE COMMON SYMPTOMS OF ANXIETY DISORDER?

Anyone suffering from an anxiety disorder may find themselves having difficulty functioning in their everyday life, and may fall behind at work or at school. Anxiety disorders can also affect your relationships with your loved ones or your physical health as well. 


Although symptoms can vary from case to case and disorder to disorder, some of the most common symptoms include:


Feelings of nervousness

Feelings of restlessness

Increased heart rate

A sense of impending doom

Hyperventilation

Trembling

Sweating

Fatigue

Trouble sleeping

Trouble concentrating

Gastrointestinal problems

Avoiding things that trigger your anxiety


People with high stress or childhood trauma may be more likely to develop an anxiety disorder, as well as people with a family history of anxiety or other mental health disorders. Anxiety disorders can bring a higher risk of developing depression or heart disease, and some may turn to substance abuse to try to alleviate the symptoms of their disorder. If you are looking for treatment for anxiety in the Kansas City and Lawrence, KS area, call us today for a consultation. 

 

KETAMINE FOR ANXIETY TREATMENT

Ketamine, first developed and approved by the FDA as an anesthetic, is a promising new innovation in the field of anxiety treatment. While you may know it as the club drug often abused as Special K, Ketamine is what some doctors are calling the biggest breakthrough in depression and anxiety treatment in decades. When infused at a low dose into the bloodstream, research shows that Ketamine may be up to 80% effective at providing relief for anxiety disorder symptoms.


One benefit to Ketamine Infusion for anxiety treatment is its ability to sometimes bring relief to symptoms within minutes or hours, rather than the weeks or months your typical antidepressant or medication may take. If you are looking for anxiety treatment in Lawrence, KS we invite you to contact us today.

 

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Contact us for a free consultation to see if Ketamine Infusion Therapy is right for you. 

1045 E 23rd St, Lawrence KS

785-393-6167