Anxiety Helpline: Anxiety Support

Anxiety Hotline - Anxiety Disorders

Dealing with your anxiety or an anxiety-related disorder can be incredibly painful and sometimes creates feelings of loneliness, but you are not alone. Anxiety disorders are common, affecting more than 45 million adults.

Experiencing mild to moderate levels of anxiety is a normal response to stress; however, persistent feelings of anxiety without any outside stressors can be worrisome and may indicate that you suffer from an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders can affect even the most minor aspects of your life. It is essential to find help and learn how to stay strong and optimistic during those difficult times.

Regardless of the cause or origin of your anxiety, our anxiety support group online is here for you to find the support you want and deserve. Caregivers-helping-caregivers is our version of an anxiety helpline service. ExtendaTouch is free for everyone. ExtendaTouch exists for you to find support anonymously, talk about your personal experiences, listen to others, or share some information and experiences.

How can ExtendaTouch's Anxiety support group help me?

Our anxiety community helps connect individuals struggling, or caring for someone, with mental illness in the hope of impacting their mental health and overall quality of life positively. The ExtendaTouch community is made up of unpaid family caregivers across the entire U.S. ExtendaTouch provides online tools for community members to share information and support; perhaps even current news about:

  • Knowing how to avoid specific triggers and stressors
  • Figuring out a mental health treatment program
  • Learning how to overcome and handle anxiety attacks
  • Common signs of an anxiety disorder
  • Helping your loved one cope with their anxiety

Why Extendatouch's Anxiety Helpline?

You can feel safe here, expressing yourself or reading about your most pressing questions about anxiety. ExtendaTouch is here to assist you in meeting other family caregivers to find information and support. ExtendaTouch doesn't provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

 

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Vet4Health
In 2012, while in the US Navy and on deployment in the Arabian Gulf, I experienced a prinzmetal angina episode where I was unconscious for more than 2 hours. After I was medically evacuated back the US, it was discovered that I had suffered a hypoxia frontal lobe brain injury (TBI non-impact), and as a result was subsequently diagnosed with: Severe Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Traumatic (non-impact) Brain Injury (TBI), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Peter0202
I myself have experienced anxiety quite often and have come up with multiple ways to help it, as well as caring for people with severe anxiety and helping them calm down and help their anxiety.
I care(d) a total of 3 years for a malefemale
nmorganbond70
I care(d) a total of 5 years for a malefemale
LJM
I care for a male who has Generalized Anxiety Disorder, a chronic major mental illness which prevents him from engaging in the world around him. His illness presents as social phobia, cycling through numerous anxiety attacks on an almost daily basis, and inability to function in the world without assistance. I am his only caregiver. I have years of experience dealing with government programs for disabled, mental health system, special needs trusts, etc.
I care(d) a total of 25 years for a male
zachw
I cared for a significant other who experienced anxiety and panic attacks.
I care(d) a total of 4 years for a male
Experiencedcaregiver, Volunteer
I have cared for someone with extreme anxiety for years. I suggest therapy and specifically EMDR for anxiety caused by trauma I have years of experience I can share if it will help.
I care(d) a total of 20 years for a male
msomol
My daughter (16) has been managing clinical-level anxiety issues for the past 3-4 years. I can help with some of the strategies, tools, decisions, and emotional stress that you are faced when caring for someone with anxiety.
I care(d) a total of 4 years for a female
jaidyn
My significant other has anxiety disorder which I help him manage.
I care(d) a total of 1 year for a male
JasonKane
I care(d) a total of 2 years for a malefemale
Judyjudy
I care(d) a total of 10 years for a female