"If you are dealing with anxiety, it can have a huge impact on your life. You may find yourself avoiding things or not wanting to leave your home to face the challenges that the day will bring. You might struggle at work or school because it"s hard to keep focused when you have that constant undercurrent of anxiety or self-doubt. Anxious worries that lead to bad sleep that can affect your mood and motivation the following day. You may find your world getting smaller and smaller as you fight those feelings of fear, anxiety, or panic.It"s important to know there is hope. Most people receive significant improvement if they engage in the right kinds of therapy. However, many forms of anxiety do not respond to typical talk therapy. Making progress often requires specialized, structured treatments that have been specifically developed for anxiety disorders.While a certain amount of anxiety, in the right situations, is healthy and adaptive, anxiety can become maladaptive when our brain starts to respond with fear and anxiety in situations where it"s not warranted. When these fears are combined with worry, rumination, and avoidance, it can start to feel like your whole life is taken up by anxiety.Many people do not realize it, but anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health problem in the USA. So if you have anxiety, you aren"t alone. And anxiety is becoming increasingly common due to all the societal problems and world events that have elevated anxiety for nearly everyone. In addition, many people have experienced traumatic events during their childhood or adult life that further fuel anxiety. For example, abuse, neglect, or bullying make it much more likely you"ll develop significant anxiety. So if you find yourself needing help dealing with anxiety, there are tens of millions of people in the USA who are in a similar spot."
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