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Depression Anxiety

Depression Anxiety Treatment in Los Angeles, California

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Depression and anxiety are two different disorders, however, people with depression may suffer from symptoms of anxiety, and vice-versa. At Teen Depression, we understand that teenagers may feel confused about their emotions and they may feel like they don’t have a grasp on what is happening to them. As an experienced Southern California based Teen Depression Rehab Treatment Center, it is our goal to help these confused teenagers deal with their emotions and to help them gain a better understanding of their condition.

How are depression and anxiety connected? Can they co-occur?
As mentioned, depressed teenagers may experience symptoms of anxiety such as irritability, sleeping problems, concentration difficulties, and nervousness. On the other hand, individuals with an anxiety disorder may end up becoming depressed due to their incessant fears and worries, which may lead them to think that things won’t get better for them. One can trigger the other, and yes, depression and anxiety can co-occur.

What are the symptoms of depression and anxiety?
Here are some common symptoms of both depression and anxiety:

  • Irrational and constant worry and fear
  • Loss of interest in activities and hobbies
  • Insomnia (sleeping too little) or Hypersomnia (sleeping too much)
  • Sudden weight loss or gain
  • Concentration difficulties
  • Inability to relax
  • Persistent feelings of worthlessness, sadness, and helplessness
  • Constant fatigue

At Teen Depression, we understand how debilitating these disorders can be individually, but when they co-occur, a teenager may end up feeling overwhelmed. Don’t let your depression and anxiety overcome your life – reach out to us for help. We have trained and knowledgeable mental health professionals who can provide the help and guidance that you need. Call us at 888-226-0766 and speak with one of our friendly representatives now.

NOTE: If you suspect that a teenager is at suicide risk, please take immediate action.

For 24/7 suicide support and prevention in the U.S., you may call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at +1-800-273-8255 or dial 911.

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