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Common Causes

Many people suffer from anxiety due to environmental factors, mental health issues and drug use. Whatever the cause, those struggling with anxiety are not without hope. To learn more, click here.

How We Can Help

Florida Helpline for Anxiety will help by first evaluating your particular situation in order to connect you to the treatment professionals who will assist you with your anxiety. Give us a call at (855) 920-9834.

You’re Not Alone

It can be easy to feel isolated while dealing with anxiety, but you are not alone. There are numerous resources that can and will help you out, helping you learn how to overcome and control your anxiety and lead a better life.

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The Symptoms and Physical Toll of Anxiety

  • Panic, Fear, and Unease

  • Trouble Sleeping

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Heart Palpitations

  • Nausea and Dizziness

The Many Types of Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders range from drug induced to temporary. Anxiety can strike at any moment and from any particular aspect of life. Each person is different and this applies to the type of anxiety they endure. This makes treating this issue particularly challenging, but our treatment professional network will have no problem addressing the issues you are facing.

It’s Never Too Late To Get Help

No matter how long you have been dealing with anxiety, whether it has been years or just a few days, we can help. You are never beyond the point of help as everyone has a chance to get this issue under control.

It won’t be easy, but with the proper guidance of a medical professional and specialized treatment, anyone can overcome anxiety, no matter what stage they are at in life .

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