Anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults in the US each year. Such disorders develop because of a variety of reasons, including genetic disposition, brain chemistry, and turbulent life events. Most anxiety-related issues are treatable. Although only 36.9% of people suffering from anxiety disorders receive proper treatment. Triumph Healthcare provide world class depression and anxiety treatment in California.
Anxiety disorders often lead to depression and vice versa. According to the World Health Organization, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide and it can affect adults and children. Depression leads to a marked loss in pleasurable activities, loss of appetite, unintentional weight loss or gain, lack or excess of sleep, agitation, slowed speech or movement, fatigue, difficulty in making rational decisions, consistent thought of suicide or death.
Triumph health care offers a dedicated lifeline crisis support to individuals suffering from depression. The environment at Triumph healthcare helps our patients recover from depression.
It is normal to feel sad, lonely, and an apprehensive under demanding situations. It is always tough when one loses a love ones, gets fired from a job, or goes through a divorce. Such incidents usually pass and people get on with their daily routines. However, people diagnosed with depression feel low and sad for an extended period. Women are more susceptible to depression. In women, depression usually manifests as melancholy, guilt, and a feeling of worthlessness. In men, depression manifests as tiredness, anger, recklessness and even drug and alcohol abuse. Depression may manifest more subtly in certain cases. There are different depressive disorders and each one has its own unique set of symptoms. Major Depressive Disorder is the most common form of depression. The symptoms of MDD are excessive sadness, loss of interest in routine activities, a decrease or increase in appetite, insomnia, hypersomnia, psychomotor agitation, fatigue, a feeling of guilt, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide. Persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia), is another kind of depression. It is reflected by persistent mood disorders. The symptoms include loss or excess of appetite, insomnia, hypersomnia, fatigue, low self-esteem, and poor attention span. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is another manifestation of depression that can be severe. The mood changes in PMDD can be socially disruptive. The symptoms of PMDD usually start ten days before the start of the menstrual period and continue for the first ten days of the period. PMDD can cause fatigue, change in eating habits, bloating, and breast tenderness. Severe cases of PMDD can lead to extended sadness, anxiety, anger, tension, and extreme mood swings. Adjustment disorder with depressed mood is another kind of depression, which triggers within 3 months of a stressful event. The stressful events can be positive, such as marriage, childbirth, or getting a new job. The seasonal affective disorder is another kind of depression that happens at a specific time of the year, usually winters. One must distinguish between depression and anxiety disorders, although the symptoms for both conditions are similar. People who develop depression may have a long history of anxiety disorders. If you are suffer from depression note that Triumph healthcare is known to be one of the World-class residential treatment centers for depression in California.