We all encounter feelings of anxiousness, fear, discouragement, and sadness. These feelings are what we sometimes term anxiety or depression. Anxiety is natural when we are presented with situations of high stress or potential threat. It also normal to feel sad or discouraged when we experience a loss or setback. However, some may may encounter these feelings more frequently to the point that they effect or limit normal functioning. These situations may be caused by lingering stressors on the body. Causes may come from less obvious underlying factors that should be identified and treated by a healthcare professional.
Depression and anxiety are different, but they can sometimes be interrelated. They are real medical conditions that can be successfully treated. In helping patients to better work through these hurdles in their lives, we work to help them identify causes and contributors. We teach and practice a number of natural therapies with our patients to help them work through tough emotional situations. Learn about emotional therapies practiced in our office.
With all treatments we advise our patients on effective healthy eating and other protocols which are integral to overall healing and better emotional wellness. Additionally we may utilize remedies to treat underlying contributors to stress and anxiety.
We've constructed a free online guide for naturally managing anxiety. It's designed to help you practice simple home solutions for anxiety and start on a path of greater emotional freedom. Its available for free access!
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