Generalized Anxiety Disorders Treatment in Temecula, CA

Treatment in Temecula, CA

Generalized Anxiety Disorders

The primary symptom of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is worrying excessively. Of course, we all worry, at least to some extent, about something or someone in our lives. However, the excessive worry experienced by individuals with GAD is really the extreme of what is normal for the circumstance or outcome of the event that the individual fears. So, this excessive worry is always present. If you or anyone you know suffers from GAD call Aspire Wellness Clinic at our Temecula, CA offices. We understand what you are going through and we are here to help.

physical health

Some common themes of worry may well include physical health, finances, living situation, job responsibilities, safety of one’s children, or even being late for appointments. Much of the time, this excessive worry is extremely hard to get a handle on, and frequently interferes with the individual’s ability to function. For example, students may find it difficult to get their schoolwork done and parents often describe difficulty letting their child get on the school bus. These feelings of worry and dread are accompanied by physical symptoms such as pain from muscle tension, headache, frequent urination, difficulty swallowing, “lump in the throat” or exaggerated startle response. 

symptoms and signs of anxiety

The symptoms of depression can be different for different people. However, often, people diagnosed with a depressive disorder may experience some of the following symptoms:

biological factors life

For some people this chronic anxiety and worry have become the standard approach taken to all situations and health experts recognize this condition as Generalized Anxiety Disorder. While the exact cause for GAD is uncertain, experts feel that it’s a combination of biological factors and life events. It’s not uncommon for some people with GAD to also have other medical disorders such as depression and/or panic disorder. These may be influenced by the activity of certain chemicals systems in the brain.