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What is Anxiety? Anxiety Therapy Miami

Anxiety is one of the most common psychological disorders in the United States. At GIA Miami, we have created a treatment service that enables you to free yourself from the constraints that anxiety disorders create.

We combine cutting-edge technologies and compassionate mental health support to guide you through your recovery journey. Anxiety disorders can affect anyone, and we consider this when tailoring a bespoke recovery program to suit your needs. We will consult you in all decision-making throughout your time with us - we work together to build your recovery around you.

Somebody living with anxiety will regularly experience overwhelming emotions that cause intense worry, stress, and panic. Anxiety can leave people feeling unable to cope with daily life. Some general signs which indicate somebody is experiencing an anxiety disorder include:

  • An inability to concentrate
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Insomnia or trouble sleeping
  • Confusion or brain fog
  • Heart palpitations
  • Chest pain
  • Overthinking and analyzing
  • Inability to control your thoughts
  • Feelings of dread
  • Consistently worrying
  • Changes in appetite

The Difference Between Being Nervous and Clinical Anxiety

Anxiety disorders can take many different forms, making it a complex condition to diagnose.

For example, everybody experiences nerves at different points in their lives. This can add to the complex nature of diagnosing anxiety as a condition. Nervousness and anxiety share a range of physical and cognitive symptoms.

However, there are some fundamental differences, including:

  • Duration - Nerves usually dissipate when the nerve-wracking event is over. However, anxiety continues. The intensity may increase and decrease, but it never completely diminishes.
  • Severity - Nervousness doesn't usually prevent you from carrying out your day-to-day activities. Anxiety, however, can stop you from doing things that you enjoy and make it difficult to focus and get on with your day.
  • Focus - Nervousness is a response to a specific scenario, while anxiety is usually more general. For example, you may feel anxious but unable to pinpoint what you're anxious about.
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The Neurology of Anxiety

Anxiety disorders cause an individual to experience neurology-based changes in their mood and bodily functions. A person's susceptibility to anxiety is based on various personality traits, emotional responses, and genetic coding in response to environmental factors. Our genetic make-up makes us more responsive to some stimuli and more resilient to other stimuli.
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Fear and stress are natural human responses to danger - they help our body deal with challenges with the best chances of survival. Anxiety is unique from fear in this way, as it is a set of emotional responses to a future threat that might or might not be realistic. To a certain extent, anxiety is a normal human condition. However, if it is omnipresent or continues for a long time, it may adversely affect our daily lives and health.

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The Causes of Anxiety

Anxiety is a unique issue that everybody experiences differently. As a result, it can be, as touched on above, difficult to pinpoint the source. Commonly, there are many factors involved. Some of those factors include:

  • Past or childhood experiences
  • Physical or emotional abuse
  • Neglect
  • Loss of a parent, child, or sibling
  • Bullying

Stressful life events, such as:

  • Exhaustion or burnout
  • Illness
  • Lots of change or uncertainty
  • Work or school pressure
  • Long working hours
  • Financial problems
  • Worries about the climate emergency
  • Grief
  • Loneliness
  • Sexual, verbal, or domestic violence

Physical or mental health problems:

  • Physical health – Living with severe, persistent, or terminal physical health conditions can trigger anxiety.
  • Mental health – Other mental health conditions, such as depression or eating disorders, can trigger anxiety.
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Anxiety Self-Care Tips

Living with anxiety can be extremely challenging, but you can take some empowering steps to work through your struggles. Here are some of the best ways of looking after yourself:

  • Talk to someone you trust
  • Use physical exercise and maintain a good diet
  • Meditation and breathing exercises
  • Keep a journal
  • Attend group therapy

Treatment for Anxiety Miami 

Our treatment is built around an outpatient model, ensuring that you can access the support you need without disrupting your daily life. We know that our clients have many responsibilities outside of recovery - that’s why we ensure flexibility and fluidity in our planning. After all, this is your recovery - it should fit comfortably into your life.

Fulfilling your responsibilities and continuing the healthy elements of your life will encourage a strong and sustained recovery and additionally allow you to test the techniques you learn in therapy in a real-life setting.

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