ANXIETY DISORDERS RESEARCH

$616,168 awarded to research since 1985

Anxiety—irrational feelings of dread that can range from jittery nerves to crippling panic—is the most prevalent mental health concern in the United States. Even moderate anxiety can inhibit our ability to work, maintain a healthy social life, or complete basic daily routines. It can take a measurable toll on our bodies, leading to medical conditions like high blood pressure, cardiac irregularities, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The Foundation has invested over $600,000 dollars into finding ways to alleviate the toll anxiety takes on nearly 1 in 5 Americans.

$616,168 awarded to research since 1985

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