More than feeling blue
At times you may even feel numb to the world around you, and your sense of control is gone. You may have a persistent, nagging mood that leaves you empty and anxious.
You may have troubles sleeping, feel fatigued, and unable to concentrate. You worry excessively and have recurrent thoughts of doom. Small tasks in your everyday life may now seem like strenuous chores.
All your hobbies and other things that you once enjoyed give you no pleasure. Restlessness and irritability are your constant companions, and you have this constant feeling that you are worthless.
It is true that everyone can feel blue and sad. This is a natural response to events encountered life. But when feelings, like those describe above, persist and manifest themselves throughout your very being, they are symptomatic of depression and anxiety.
Treatable but unfortunately overlooked
Depression and anxiety are more common than you might think, with over 40 million adults in the United States being affected. Although they are often overlooked and untreated, depression and anxiety are highly treatable conditions.
Though depression and anxiety have different symptoms, it is not uncommon for someone with an anxiety disorder to also suffer from depression or vice versa.
Time to overcome those feelings
We will work with you to help you overcome these exhausting feelings and see the worth in yourself and the world around you. Once you are taught to identify triggers that initiate your depression and anxiety, you will be able to build coping skills to regulate your mood.
We are here to help you achieve that goal. Please call (770) 284-1044 or complete the contact form below.