Mental health struggles can feel exhausting and all-encompassing. Mental health challenges can make you feel isolated and alone - as though you are the only person who could ever understand what you’re experiencing.
While it is common to experience stress in everyday life, it can become overwhelming when emotional feelings inhibit your ability to function normally. If you are struggling to understand these feelings, you might be suffering from a mental health disorder.
Do I have a mental health disorder?
Sometimes it can be difficult to understand when a line is crossed from normal emotional experiences to mental health challenges. You may feel that you are losing control, or that you have increased desires to isolate yourself. One of the key warning signs is also that your physical habits and health may change. You may feel excessively tired, or you may lose/gain weight quickly.
You may feel some of the following symptoms if you are struggling with a mental health disorder:
Depression: Reduced or increased appetite, excessive sleepiness or inability to fall asleep, feeling fatigued or restless, excessive crying, social isolation, lack of concentration, thoughts of suicide.
Anxiety: Increased heart rate, rapid breathing or hyperventilation, shaking, feelings of panic, intense nervousness or stress.
PTSD/Trauma: Agitation, irritability, hostility towards friends or loved ones, flashbacks, extreme fear or anxiety, inability to sleep, intense nightmares, emotional detachment.
Bipolar Disorder: Mood swings, extremely elevated mood, feelings of guilt or hopelessness, increased risk-taking, agitation, depression, excessive sleepiness or inability to fall asleep, frenzied speaking.
Stress: Low energy, digestive problems, aching muscles, inability to fall asleep, racing thoughts, low energy, frequent colds.
Grief: Denial of loss, anger and frustration, depression, excessive sleepiness, lack of energy.
Mental Health Treatment at CAST Centers
At the CAST Centers mental health facility, we are here to support you every single step of the way. We understand the integration of your physical, emotional, and spiritual health, and believe that all of these elements must come together during the healing process.
In other words, we focus on recovery in all areas of your life.
Each person’s mental health struggles are unique. When you join us at CAST, you will have a team of people dedicated to creating an individualized treatment program that takes into account your history, present, and future. Our focus is on a holistic treatment approach that encompasses all areas of your life.
At CAST Centers, we offer an Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), or Custom Outpatient Care. In each of these programs, we focus on making an individualized plan that works for you. We are here to actively support you during every part of your journey towards healing and living a more empowered life.
The most important thing to know is that you are not alone. If you believe you or a loved one are suffering from a mental health disorder, we encourage you to call us at 323-457-8208. We are eager to talk to you and discuss how together, we can help you heal your body and mind.
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