When Worry Overwhelms

Generalized anxiety disorder, usually referred to as GAD, is marked by persistent, excessive, and unrealistic worry about everyday things. If you experience exaggerated worry and tension, always expecting the worst, then you probably have GAD. People with GAD worry even when there is no apparent reason for concern, and often ruminate over issues such as money, health, family, work, or other issues.

Often the anxiety can manifest in physical symptoms, including:
  • muscle tension
  • fatigue
  • restlessness
  • difficulty sleeping
  • irritability
  • edginess
  • stomach aches or diarrhea

If you have been experiencing these symptoms for at least 6 months, then it’s time to call The Ross Center.

How We Help

Ross Center anxiety specialists are skilled at helping people with GAD overcome their excessive worry. We use cognitive behavior therapy to help you identify and reframe your thoughts and provide you with strategies that result in actions and behaviors that allow you to live a life free of anxiety. You can break free from the chains of constant anxiety and live the life you want.