Psychological disorders affect more than 47 million men and women today, making it one of the most common health problems Americans face. You deserve to feel better, and The Heart and Medical Center and Urgent Care team can help. For obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder treatment in Durant, Oklahoma, call the office or book online now.
Anxiety disorders are a group of conditions that cause increased anxiety that interferes with your day-to-day life. Common types of anxiety disorders include:
Generalized anxiety disorder is a disorder that causes chronic anxiety and disproportionate worry, even without provocation.
OCD is a disorder that causes recurring intrusive thoughts called obsessions and repetitive behaviors called compulsions. OCD sufferers may perform rituals like counting, double-checking, or straightening up as a way to relieve anxiety, but it always returns.
Panic disorder causes sudden, intense anxiety along with physical manifestations like chest pain, breathing issues, and a racing heart.
Social anxiety disorder causes extreme anxiety and self-consciousness in social settings. This can include anxiety when you're around both large and small groups.
You can suffer from two or more anxiety disorders at once, which can make diagnosis challenging at times.
Major depressive disorder, commonly called depression, is a condition in which you feel persistently dejected. You might lose interest in your usual activities, sleep more or less than before, lose your appetite, or have other significant life changes due to these feelings. Depression is very common, and it can range from mild to severe.
Bipolar disorder causes major changes in your emotional state, energy level, activity level, and functionality. This disorder can include manic episodes, depressive episodes, or both. Bipolar disorder sufferers don’t necessarily have rapid changes, and not all bipolar disorder sufferers have both manic and depressive episodes.
Treatment for psychological disorders depends on the disorder, symptom intensity, concurrent health issues, and other factors unique to your circumstances. Often, psychological disorders require a combination approach.
The experienced board-certified team at The Heart and Medical Center and Urgent Care can prescribe medication, and may also recommend lifestyle changes to help you manage your psychological disorder. Counseling is also helpful for many men and women who suffer from psychological disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety.
Don’t suffer in silence if you suspect that you’re dealing with a psychological disorder. The compassionate team at The Heart and Medical Center and Urgent Care goes the extra mile to make sure you feel like yourself again. Book your appointment online or by calling the office now.