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Anxiety disorders involve a feeling of excessive anxiety and worry most of the time, for an extended period of time. It is exhausting and interferes with many of life’s activities. This debilitating condition can result in health problems, restlessness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, and disturbed sleep. A person with this difficulty cannot easily stop worrying or feeling anxious.

The wilderness setting offers a soothing alternative to talk therapy in a building. Mindfulness, cognitive behavior therapies, medication, and experiential therapy help a client move from chronic and overwhelming fear to a sense of peace and confidence.

Treating Anxiety

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