Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression
What’s the connection with Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression? As you know, Depression is when everything in life looks negative no matter how good things truly are. Social Anxiety happens when one becomes fearful of social settings. You can’t get the courage to go hang out with friends in a small group even. This anxiety can escalate and lead into depression.
You can download a few tips to help control your anxiety and depression from our 6 Steps Report.
"Can you be cured of Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression?"
It can be a slow process but there is excellent help available from certified counselors. It often takes a counselor to help you realize where this stems from and what to do about it. I know! It took a counselor to help me defeat my depression thinking! The Depression Center at the University of Michigan recommends Therapy as the ‘first line treatment’ for social anxiety disorder and depression.
Nowadays, you can get affordable counseling in the comfort of your home for social anxiety and depression and many other life hurts.
Antidepressants and other kinds of medication such as Beta blockers and SSRI's are used to treat social anxiety and depression. The Anxiety Disorder Association of America warns...
“While medications can be extremely effective in treating the symptoms of anxiety disorders, such as worry, panic attacks, insomnia, and difficulty concentrating, they have notable limitations: 1. Medications might not resolve all of the symptoms of your anxiety disorder. To achieve complete remission of symptoms, which is the goal of any treatment, you may need to make some important changes in your life. You might also benefit from individual or group psychotherapy treatment. 2. Medications will only work if they are taken in the appropriate manner, following the explicit instructions given by your physician."
ACTION STEPS: "How to Get Help for Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression"
If you think you have social anxiety disorder and depression, the first person you need to see is your family doctor. A physician can determine whether the symptoms that alarm you are due to an anxiety disorder, another medical condition, or both.
If a social anxiety disorder and depression is diagnosed, the next step is to see a mental health professional. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the practitioners who are most helpful with anxiety disorders are those who have training in cognitive-behavioral therapy and/or behavioral therapy, and who are open to using medication if it is needed.
After you’ve been diagnosed with social anxiety and depression by a professional, you can also begin to get involved with Self Help. This would include things such as we list in our 6 Steps Report.
Here’s a great read on Social Anxiety and Depression that is currently being sold in a downloadable format:
Chris conquered five years of anxiety-induced depression without taking antidepressants. You can click here to learn more about his social anxiety and depression story.
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