General Anxiety

Generalized Anxiety Disorder is characterized by long-lasting excessive worry and anxiety about life issues and day to day. People experiencing Generalized Anxiety often find it difficult to relax and have an inability to stop worrying even in the absence of major life stress. Normal anxiety and worry is considered an anxiety disorder when it is severe enough to interfere with normal life functioning such as social interaction or occupational performance. People experiencing an Anxiety Disorder often feel restless or on edge, have difficulty concentrating, are irritable, and experience sleep disturbances. Many of the Service Members, Veterans and Families we treat struggle with Anxiety.

Effective treatments of Anxiety disorders are available at Home Base. Clinicians utilize evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavior therapy to treat Anxiety disorders alongside other co-occurring disorders. Treating anxiety disorders is an important step in healing the Invisible Wounds of War.

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