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What is depression?

You no longer feel like doing things and there is nothing to cheer you up. Some depression is more severe than another, but in general, the vital signs of a depression increase as the depression lasts longer.

Depression is common. The chance that you will ever develop a serious depression is even 1 in 20 and in general women are more likely to suffer from depression than men. Children and the elderly can also develop depression. Depression can last for a short time, but also last for months or even years. If you have been depressed for at least two years, we speak of a chronic depression.

Symptoms of depression

In general, we speak of depression if you suffer from the following symptoms every day for more than 2 weeks. Signs of depression are:

  • You are gloomy or depressed
  • You enjoy life less
  • You eat less or more
  • You suffer from insomnia
  • You are tired
  • You suffer from concentration problems
  • You think about suicide

Treatment of depression

Depression can be treated well, provided that the symptoms of depression are detected at an early stage. In some cases, depression resolves on its own, but that does not apply to everyone. If depression is not treated, you run the risk of developing serious depression.

Reset offers various programs for depression. It is possible to follow a regular, face-to-face, treatment at one of the Reset locations. It is possible to follow an individual treatment, but different group therapies are also possible.


What Is An Anxiety Disorder?

Everyone is scared or anxious from time to time. Anxiety is a normal, healthy response to a real threat and makes you temporarily more vigilant. For example, during an overtaking maneuver or if you suddenly end up in bad weather. However, it can happen that this healthy fear becomes 'unhealthy' and you develop anxiety symptoms or even an anxiety disorder.

If you have an anxiety disorder, you are also afraid of situations that pose no immediate danger. For example, you panic when you have a conversation or you no longer dare to go out alone. Anxiety disorders are in all cases serious complaints that seriously affect the quality of life.

The complaints associated with anxiety disorders:

  • Are disproportionate and almost always present
  • Very different from ordinary emotions
  • No longer have anything to do with a reaction to the environment
  • Impede daily functioning

Here are the anxiety disorders we treat

Panic disorder: with a panic disorder you suffer from severe panic attacks that usually start suddenly and quickly disappear. During an attack you are afraid of passing out or even dying.

Social phobia: a social phobia manifests itself in company. You are afraid that people will think you are strange. Examples of social phobia are fear of failure and fear of public speaking.

Compulsory disorder: someone with an OCD has obsessive thoughts and repeats certain actions over and over again. A well-known example of a compulsive disorder is fear of contamination.

hypochondria: hypochondria is also referred to as fear of illness, fear of illness or phobia. If you have hypochondria, you fear that you are (seriously) ill and you visit your doctor regularly.

Imagined ugliness: if you suffer from imagined ugliness you are convinced that you (or a certain body part) are very ugly. You are afraid that you will be rejected by others because of this.

Anxiety disorder treatment

Reset offers various treatment options for an anxiety disorder. It is possible to follow a regular, face-to-face, treatment at one of the locations of Reset, it is possible to follow an individual treatment, but different group therapies are also possible.

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