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Stress & Anxiety

Bridging Mental and Physical Health Care

In the past, we thought of our mind and body as being separate, and felt that physical health was more important than mental health. But over time, we’ve come to understand that our mental and physical health are linked.

Sometimes, the Best Medicine is Furry

Emotional support dogs provide companionship that can help ease anxiety, depression and certain phobias.

Beating Your Anxiety for a Better Night's Sleep

Sleep usually improves when an anxiety disorder is treated. Talking with a behavioral health professional can help you reduce your anxiety.

Four Tips to Help You Cope with Anxiety

At times, it can be difficult to deal with your anxiety. You may have trouble sleeping and feel uneasy about the future. Uncertainty or changes to your routine can make it hard to cope with daily activities.

Is it Disordered Eating?

Here’s how to tell, and how to get help.

Managing Work-Life Balance

By setting limits and taking care of yourself, you can achieve the work-life balance that’s right for you.

Managing the Stress of Everyday Life

Make your mental health a priority.

Seeking Help After Trauma

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that people can develop after experiencing a traumatic or upsetting event. Learn more about PTSD causes and symptoms, and when it’s time to seek treatment.

Asking for help can be challenging, but you are not alone.

Call Horizon Behavioral Health to help you navigate the support you need at 1-800-626-2212 (TTY 711), 24/7.

If you are having an urgent mental health crisis, call 911 or visit an emergency room as soon as possible.