Mental Health Disorders
Anxiety affects us all at different points in our lives. Typically, we feel anxious when we are faced with something stressful or frightening like a first date or a public speech. These feelings are normal. Anxiety commonly manifests itself in physical symptoms such as chest pain, headaches, and involuntary trembling.
However, anxiety should not affect your ability to work, study or maintain relationships. If these symptoms persist throughout the events of everyday life and affect your ability to complete even the most mundane tasks, you could be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Read More
Depression in all of its forms makes a person feel as though they’re stuck in a hopeless situation they’re unable to escape from. It affects a person’s mood and vitality and can accompany anxiety disorders. According to the World Health Organization, 350 million people worldwide live with depression. That’s equivalent to 5% of the world’s population. It affects every person differently, and for that reason, it is a difficult mental illness to treat. Read more
Frightening or traumatic events and situations are something no one should have to experience. But they can happen to anyone, and people react in many different ways. Sometimes, the event will trigger anxiety, insomnia or paranoia. These are all normal reactions. The feelings typically diminish over time, but post-traumatic stress disorder, on the other hand, lasts much longer. It can seriously disrupt a person’s life. Read more.
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Aurora’s treatment process is built upon a member-first culture and stands on three pillars that reflect our philosophy toward our members’ recovery: Heal, Connect and Recover.
From initial contact with Aurora, you begin to experience our Member-First Culture. Our highly experienced Addiction Specialists help you navigate the complex, emotional decision to admit to treatment.