Depression & Anxiety
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Mental illness is not your fault.
There is no single cause for mental health disorders; instead, they can be caused by a mixture of biological, psychological and environmental factors. People who have a family history of mental health disorders may be more prone to developing one at some point.
Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the U.S. and can happen at any age, but usually begins in adulthood. Research suggests that it does not have a single cause, but a combination of genetic, biological, environmental, and psychological factors, and can be triggered by a life crisis, physical illness or something else entirely. The most common factors contributing to depression are trauma, genetics, life circumstances, brain changes, medical conditions or illness and substance abuse.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health condition like major depression, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! CenterCare can help.
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How are you feeling?
Sad or Blue?
You May Be Dealing with Depression
Depression (major depressive disorder or clinical depression) is a common but serious mood disorder that can cause severe symptoms affecting how you feel, think, and handle daily activities such as sleeping, eating, or working. Left untreated, depression can be devastating for the person and their family. Fortunately, with early detection, diagnosis and a treatment plan consisting of medication, psychotherapy and healthy lifestyle choices, many people get better.
Worried or Anxious?
You May Be Dealing with Anxiety
Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress that helps a person cope with a tense situation and serves to improve performance. Anxiety can also interfere with a person’s life by causing intense feelings of fear or distress, and can impair a person’s relationships or ability to work or go to school if not treated.
There are various types of anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder and phobias. However, all anxiety disorders have one thing in common: persistent, excessive fear or worry in situations that are not threatening.
Having Mood Swings?
You May Be Dealing with Bipolar Disorder
Numb or Disconnected from Yourself—Like You're on High Alert?
You May Be Dealing with PTSD