Anxiety and Depression
Anxiety and depression are two very different mental health conditions, often with different symptoms and treatment options. However, it's not uncommon for someone with an anxiety disorder to also suffer from depression, or for someone who is depressed to also experience anxiety. Learn how these two conditions can overlap and what that may mean for treatment.
What Is Anxiety?
It's common to experience anxiety at some point in our lives, such as driving in bad weather. But if feelings of intense fear and distress become overwhelming, preventing us from doing everyday activities, an anxiety disorder may be the cause. Learn about the most common types of anxiety disorders and their treatments.
Do I Have an Anxiety Disorder?
Anxiety is a common occurrence for most people, and not necessarily a bad thing. Driving in heavy traffic might make us anxious, but that helps keep us alert to avoid accidents. However, when feelings of intense fear and worry become so overwhelming they keep us from doing everyday activities, an anxiety disorder may be the cause. Learn about the symptoms and risk factors of anxiety disorders so you know if you should seek professional help.