Four Signs Your Mental Health Is At Risk

Four Signs Your Mental Health Is At Risk

At Refresh Pain And Wellness in Baltimore, we specialize in helping our patients achieve their best possible health. We know that when it comes to mental health, there are a lot of factors at play.

That's why we're always on the lookout for signs that your mental health may be at risk. Here are four signs to watch out for when it comes to your personal well-being, and if you have any questions or are experiencing these signs, please feel free to contact our office!


Excessive Fears Or Worries

Everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, but if you find that your fears or worries are excessive, intrusive, and impacting your daily life, it may be a sign of an underlying mental health issue.


Extreme Feelings Of Guilt

If you find yourself feeling excessively guilty, even when there is no stand-out reason to feel guilty, it may be a sign of depression or another mental health condition. If you notice you are experiencing extreme feelings of guilt, please reach out to our Refresh Pain And Wellness office.


Extreme Mood Changes

If you find yourself experiencing extreme mood changes, it may be a sign of bipolar disorder or another mental health condition. If you are concerned about your mood changes, please contact our office, and we could be happy to provide you with some resources and solutions.


Withdrawal From Friends & Activities

One of the most common signs of depression in particular is withdrawal from friends and activities. If you find yourself pulling away from your loved ones or no longer enjoying activities you used to love, get in touch with our office. We can help! We want nothing more than to see our patients happy and healthy, so if you have any concerns about your mental health, please don't hesitate to contact usf.

If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, there are resources available, and we are here to help. Please reach out to us today, and book an appointment!

If you have any questions about our mental health programs or would like to learn more, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're always here to help!

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