Anxiety Disorders

Most of us experience anxiety at some point in our lives. Coping and self-care skills usually work to manage those feelings, but when anxiety continues at a level that interferes with your ability to get things done or maintain healthy relationships, you may be struggling with an anxiety disorder.

Signs and Symptoms

Here are some common signs of anxiety disorders that may require support and treatment. Remember, the earlier you’re diagnosed and start treatment, the sooner you can start feeling better and get back to your life.

  • Feeling Nervous

    Lingering restless or nervous feelings. Impending sense of danger, panic or doom.

  • Unusual Behaviors

    Avoiding situations that could trigger anxiety. Increased use of drugs/alcohol.

  • Changes in Routines

    Increased heart rate, rapid breathing, sweating, trembling, fatigue and digestive issues or nausea.

  • School/Work Issues

    Trouble focusing or concentrating.

  • Feeling Hopeless

    Thinking about, planning or attempting suicide.

Get Support

These resources can help you find professional support online, on the phone or in person. And if you or a friend are having thoughts of suicide, reach out immediately for a free, confidential chat with a trained counselor anytime. 

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Resource Type Contact
Crisis Text Line Text Line Text ACTION to 741741
Lifeline Call Line 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Trans Lifeline Call Line 877-565-8860
The Trevor Project Website Visit website
ADAA Therapist Search Website Visit website
BetterHelp Website Visit website
Talkspace Website Visit website