Identifying and Treating Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Generalized anxiety disorder affects millions of people around the world and can have a significant impact on day-to-day life. At Mindframe Psychiatry in Boulder, our psychiatry services focus on helping those with anxiety disorder manage their condition and live a more fulfilling life.

We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating anxiety disorders, and our psychiatry services are tailored to each individual’s needs. We are committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive care for our patients, and we're here to help you manage your anxiety. Schedule an appointment today.

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What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)?

Generalized anxiety disorder is a type of anxiety disorder that can lead to fear, worry, and other unpleasant symptoms. People with GAD may feel overwhelmed and find it hard to focus on tasks or activities. It’s important to remember that everyone experiences anxiety differently; some people may have more intense feelings than others, while some may not even recognize the signs of anxiety. Here are a few symptoms of GAD:

  • Feeling restless or on edge

  • Having difficulty concentrating

  • Feeling easily tired

  • Trouble sleeping

  • Physical symptoms, such as headaches or muscle tension

At Mindframe Psychiatry, we offer anxiety treatment for GAD that includes psychotherapy and medication. Our psychiatry services focus on helping patients manage their anxiety and live meaningful lives.


Anxiety Treatment

Here at Mindframe Psychiatry, we offer psychiatric outpatient services, primarily medication management. Our psychiatrist can refer you to other mental health resources for anxiety treatment, such as psychotherapy.

There is a wide range of anxiety treatment options:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps individuals identify and change negative or unhelpful thought patterns and behaviors that can contribute to anxiety.

  • Relaxation techniques such as mindful breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and yoga can also be used to help manage anxiety.

  • Medication management can be one piece in anxiety management, and our psychiatrist can help diagnose and treat your anxiety.


Get Help for Anxiety in Boulder

We understand that anxiety disorder treatments may not work the same for everyone, which is why our psychiatry services are tailored to each individual’s needs. We want you to feel heard, respected, and supported during treatment. Contact us today in Boulder to schedule an appointment for anxiety treatment.

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