Anxiety Treatment Center

Rehab for Anxiety

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Corner Canyon Recovery understands that anxiety is a subjective experience for each individual. Often, people don’t realize that anxiety can be treated with inpatient care and a personalized plan to overcome this mental health obstacle. Additionally, anxiety may exist with depression or vice versa. These conditions may exist alone or together, either situationally or biologically, or in combination with drugs and alcohol. Substance abuse often causes co-occurring illnesses such as depression and anxiety that require dual-diagnosis treatment. These substances block the normal production of healthy brain chemicals like serotonin and dopamine, which can cause serious mental health issues. No matter the root of your anxiety, Corner Canyon professionals are on standby to assist you and your recovery.



What Causes Anxiety And What Are The Signs of Anxiety?

Experiencing anxiety is a normal part of life. However, for some individuals, anxiety can exceed what they can handle from time to time. Individuals may experience anxiety disorders where they have intense worry and fear of frequent everyday situations. Usually, these individuals will experience repeated panic attacks that disallows them to accomplish everyday tasks. 

The causes of why an individual experiences chronic anxiety aren’t fully understood. Typically, anxiety has been linked to traumatic life experiences. When certain life experiences happen, the brain triggers specific reactions that cause a person to be anxious. Additionally, anxiety can be linked to other medical causes such as heart disease, diabetes, thyroid issues, respiratory disorders, and mental illness. 

Anxiety in an individual may also be linked by external factors such as alcohol or drugs. These are considered co-occurring illnesses because they often exist alongside addictions and are caused by similar mental and emotional issues. When individuals suffer from both addiction and mental illness, there are treatment programs that can handle both simultaneously. Sometimes people are living with just mental illness though, and their mental health can be severely impaired without the presence of addictions. When this is the case, there are treatment programs designed specifically for them.

Types Of Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety can be triggered by a variety of causes. What triggers the anxiety in an individual can be classified by the type of anxiety disorder the have:

  • Agoraphobia anxiety disorder- This is when the individual fears to go to places or emerge themselves in situations where they might feel trapped or hopeless. 
  • Anxiety due to a medical condition– This is when an individual has anxiety that is linked by a physical health problem. 
  • Generalized anxiety disorder– This is caused by persistent worry about events or activities. 
  • Panic disorder- This anxiety disorder includes intense feelings of fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes. This results in a panic attack which includes shortness of breath, intense heart rate, and shortness of breath. 
  • Selective mutism- This disorder begins in childhood development with the consistent difficulty to speak in certain situations. This can affect individuals in school, work, and/or social activities.
  • Separation anxiety disorder- This is a childhood disorder with the fear of a child separating from a parent(s) or individuals who have parental roles in the child’s life. 
  • Social anxiety disorder (social phobia)– This type of anxiety disorder persist in a person’s life when they have a fear of social situations. They may fear being embarrassed, judged, or self-conscience about themselves. 
  • Specific phobias- This type of disorder occurs when an individual is introduced to a specific object or situation that triggers anxiety or a panic attack. 
  • Substance-induced anxiety disorder- This anxiety disorder occurs when an individual misuses drugs or medications that impose intense anxiety or panic.


Anxiety Symptoms

  • Fatigue
  • Restlessness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Irritability or irrational anger
  • Fear of social situations
  • Panic attacks
  • Nervousness
  • Sweating
  • Trembling
  • Difficulty Sleeping
  • Constant worrying 
  • Avoidance of tasks that may trigger anxiety

Our Anxiety Treatment Center in Utah

If anxiety persists in a person’s life, taking no action may lead that individual to have additional mental health and substance abuse issues later in life. Corner Canyon Recovery refuses to let that happen to any individual. At our anxiety treatment center, we offer inpatient anxiety treatment alongside any other addiction and mental health treatment an individual may need to facilitate complete recovery. We use a variety of state of the art treatment methods including traditional therapy, medication (if clinically indicated), healthy food, exercise, family communication, brain technology, and experiential therapy. We are dedicated to helping and assisting clients to overcome their anxiety so that they can recover to a happy life again.


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