"I just want to feel normal again"
"I am so exhausted from worrying"
An urban area in Southern California, Orange County is part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Orange County is composed of 34 independent municipalities with a total population of more than 3 million, ranking fifth in population size in the US.
The area enjoys year-round warm weather and beautiful beaches. The Santa Ana Mountains and the Pacific Ocean border Orange County on the east and west. OC has many great, safe communities where you can thrive. This region has the best nature has to offer, including a variety of stunning beaches, the calm sounds of the ocean, and charming hills.
However, good quality of life doesn’t always guarantee stable mental health. Anxiety disorders are more common than you think, and if left untreated, these mental disorders can adversely affect your daily life.
Anxiety disorder is a prevalent mental illness, afflicting nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives. The symptoms of this type of mental health disorder go beyond the familiar feelings of nervousness and slight fear that you may encounter from time to time.
Panic attacks, which act as triggers for intense fear, cause people suffering from anxiety disorders to experience periods of intense fear that can last for minutes. There are several types of anxiety disorders, including:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Social Anxiety Disorder
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety symptoms have a detrimental effect on the quality of your life, health, and relationships. A person with an anxiety disorder may suffer from social isolation and clinical depression.
In most cases, severe anxiety disorders manifest physical symptoms, thus resulting in physical health problems. Symptoms include rapid heartbeat, panic attack, intense feelings, and impaired ability to function, often resulting from traumatic experiences or another trigger.
Anxiety over an extended period releases large amounts of cortisol into your bloodstream and damages your vital organs. As a result, fear pathways in the brain are strengthened, affecting the amygdala.
Anxiety treatment should be sought as early as possible. A timely diagnosis and treatment plan can change the course of the disease, relieve symptoms, and provide you with a better quality of life.
Keil Psych Group was founded by Dr. Mitch Keil in Newport Beach, California, and is highly regarded for its psychotherapy practices. We work with our talented and dedicated psychologists to target your anxiety disorder’s underlying issues using a holistic approach.
To treat anxiety disorders, our experts don’t rely on a blanketed approach during anxiety treatment. Our goal is to create a unique therapy tailored for every individual we meet. Our specialists in anxiety counseling have helped people of all ages overcome anxiety and enjoy life again.
In treating anxiety, our mental health professional use a psychodynamic approach. As a community mental health center, our mental health professionals are proud to provide the highest quality treatment for anxiety and other mental health conditions.
We offer in-person care at our Newport Beach clinic. Even though in-person sessions are preferable, we understand that not everyone can attend in-person psychotherapy sessions; that’s why we also offer teletherapy. We provide services in Irvine, Newport Beach, and Huntington Beach.
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