Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of tension or a sense of apprehension about impending danger or doom. The following are common symptoms associated with anxiety:

  • Excessive nervousness or anxiousness
  • Unrealistic worry about things that might happen
  • Restlessness or feeling keyed up or on edge
  • Changes in sleeping patterns
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty concentrating or ‘mind going blank’
  • Easily fatigued
  • Muscle tension

Today, more than 10 million Americans, from children to the elderly, are being treated for anxiety. Research studies are evaluating investigational medications for a variety of anxiety disorders.

If you would like more information about anxiety disorder, please call us at one of the numbers listed above in the top right corner of the page, or fill out the form to the right and we will contact you.

Studies Related to Anxiety

Currently Enrolling Seattle & Portland
Depression
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Symptoms of depression include feeling sad, down, hopeless, indecisive or irritable. It can take the fun out of life leaving you feeling numb, lethargic and empty.
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OCD
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People with OCD experience constant irrational thoughts or fears that cause repetitive behaviors like hand washing, counting and ordering.
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Panic Disorder
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People with this condition have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and with no warning. This includes rapid, irregular heartbeats and feelings of having a heart attack.
Currently Enrolling Portland
PTSD
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PTSD can occur after someone has experienced a traumatic and/or terrifying event, such as a sexual or physical assault, the unexpected death of a loved one, or a natural disaster.
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Social Anxiety
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Social anxiety disorder involves overwhelming worry and self-consciousness about everyday social situations. The worry can include a fear of being judged by others, or feeling embarrassed in social settings.
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depression2 (1)
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Summit Research Network is offering free depression screenings all year long for adults and children as a part of National Depression Screening Day.