Anxiety often changes how you live, making you purposely avoid the people, places, or situations that trigger your fear, worry, or nervousness. Kingwood Psychiatry in Kingwood and The Woodlands, Texas, can personalize a treatment plan that helps you take control of your anxiety and your life. Call the Kingwood Psychiatry office nearest you today or schedule an in-office or telemedicine appointment online to get help for your anxiety.
You should get help for your anxiety when your feelings of fear, dread, or worry interfere with how you live your life. Anxiety is a normal part of life and how your body responds to stressful situations.
Anxiety isn’t something you can avoid. But it usually goes away once the stressful situation ends.
However, when your anxiety is overwhelming or excessive and affecting your ability to go to school or work, it’s time to reach out to Kingwood Psychiatry for help. Their skilled mental health professionals can diagnose your anxiety disorder and create an effective treatment plan.
Kingwood Psychiatry provides psychiatric services for children, teenagers, and adults.
Anxiety symptoms vary depending on the cause of your exaggerated fears and worries. The common symptoms include:
Panic is the most extreme form of anxiety, causing feelings of doom along with physical symptoms like chest pain, sweating, and shortness of breath.
Health professionals classify anxiety into types based on triggers and symptoms. Among the types of anxiety Kingwood Psychiatry treats are:
GAD causes excessive worry about everyday things, like work or school, even when they don’t cause problems. The overwhelming and all-consuming anxiety makes it hard to go about your daily routine. It can cause headaches or stomach aches.
Social anxiety disorder causes constant dread and fear of social situations. This fear can make it hard for you to go to school, meet new people, and participate in public events.
Phobias cause excessive fear of particular objects (spiders, cats) or situations (heights, enclosed spaces).
People with panic disorder have frequent, unexpected panic attacks (the most extreme form of anxiety).
Kingwood Psychiatry takes a personalized approach to anxiety. After completing an initial evaluation, your provider customizes your treatment plan, which can include:
Your provider might prescribe anti-anxiety medication to ease your symptoms while you undergo psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy at Kingwood Psychiatry includes various therapeutic tools that help you develop skills to understand and overcome your anxiety.
Call Kingwood Psychiatry today or schedule your in-office or telemedicine anxiety consultation using the online booking tool.