Anxiety and Panic Disorders at Grace Health Services in Stafford, Ruther Glen, VA and Washington, DC.
If you have intense or excessive anxiety about everyday situations, treatment from one of our specialists can help.
What are Anxiety and Panic Disorders?
Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health conditions characterized by excessive, persistent worry and fear about everyday situations.
Symptoms can include restlessness, difficulty concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, insomnia, and fatigue.
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Our certified providers at Grace Health Services in VA & D.C. are dedicated to understanding and treating a variety of mental health challenges. Drawing from both modern research and years of hands-on experience, we aim to provide nothing but the finest care from the moment of diagnosis.
GAD stands for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, a mental health condition characterized by overwhelming, unmanageable worry about various daily matters like work, relationships, and health. This prolonged worry can disrupt one's daily life.
At Grace Health Services LLC , our Providers employ a holistic approach to treat GAD, combining therapy, medication, lifestyle adjustments, self-care, and support groups.
Restlessness, trouble focusing, irritability, muscle tension, sleep problems, fatigue
Social anxiety disorder is a mental health condition characterized by excessive fear and anxiety in social situations. This condition can cause significant distress and impairment in social and professional settings.
Treatment plans for SAD often include therapy, medications, or a combination of both.
Worry about embarrassing or humiliating yourself, intense fear of interacting or talking with strangers
OCD is a mental health disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors or rituals that are aimed at reducing anxiety or preventing something bad from happening. OCD can be very distressing and disabling, and it often significantly reduces quality of life.
Grace Health Services LLC providers can help people with OCD, typically with therapy or a combination of therapy and medications.
Distressing, persistent, and unwanted thoughts or obsessions; repetitive behaviors that someone feels driven to perform
A panic disorder, categorized under anxiety disorders, involves sudden, recurring panic attacks marked by intense fear and anxiety.
These attacks often entail physical symptoms like heart palpitations, sweating, and trembling. Individuals with a panic disorder commonly feel impending doom or a loss of control during these episodes.
Treatment, available at Grace Health Services LLC, aims to lessen the frequency and intensity of panic attacks. Options include therapy, medication, or a blend of both.
Fast heartbeat, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath