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Do you feel you can benefit from a
Mental Health Check-Up?

If you have been experiencing mental health concerns, you have come to the right place.

iTrust Wellness Group recognizes that mental health is just as important as physical health and should be treated with the same level of compassion.  Psychiatric medication management can greatly benefit your mental health. Our mental health specialists’ goal is to provide you with tools, hope, and answers to help you reach your full potential. If you are interested in pursuing mental wellness, our practitioners can formulate a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and goals.

While mental illness can affect anyone at any time, some common symptoms may indicate someone is struggling. Read through this list and see if these symptoms ring true for you or the person you’re concerned about. Keep in mind that everyone’s experience with mental illness is different, so there are no hard-and-fast rules. If you think something might be up, trust your gut.

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Symptoms to Look For:

  • Experiencing changes in your appetite or body weight

  • Having problems sleeping or oversleeping

  • Experiencing changes in your energy levels

  • Increased substance use/self-medicating

  • Trouble with your memory

  • Being irritable or having angry outbursts

  • Having difficulty concentrating or staying focused on tasks

  • Different mood states that don’t seem to follow a normal pattern 

  • Having false beliefs or ideas that don’t make sense (delusions)

  • Experiencing aches/pains, headaches, or digestive problems without a clear reason

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Benefits of Seeking Mental Health Care:

While the benefits of mental health treatment may not be seen immediately or when they are seen turn out to be subtle, their impact is enormous. Below you will see all the ways, mental health care can improve your quality of life.

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Better Sleep

Reduced Stress

Clear thinking

Increased energy

Stable mood

Improved Physical Health

Increased self-worth

Improved relationships

Increased BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor), which improves neurotransmission.

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