Cigna Depression Treatment
An estimated 1 in 10 Americans has suffered from depression at some point in their lives, but only 20% actually seek and receive treatment at a qualified facility, such as one of the numerous Cigna depression treatment centers. Our mission at The Fix is to help you find the program facility best equipped for your specific situation so you can begin to overcome your depression as soon as possible.
Symptoms and Signs of Depression
The sooner a diagnosis can be made the sooner treatment and recovery can begin, making the ability to recognize the follow symptoms and signs of depression – be it in you or in a loved one – of paramount importance:
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- Persistent anxiety
- Sadness to "emptiness" that doesn't go away
- Overwhelming feelings of guilt, helplessness, or hopelessness
- Loss of interest in hobbies or activities that used to be pleasurable
- Lack of energy
- Progressive fatigue
- Difficulty concentration
- Inability to focus on and/or make decisions
- Sleep disturbances, i.e. insomnia or early-morning awakening
- Physical symptoms that persist over time
- Thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts
While some of these symptoms may seem innocuous, together they can be damaging mentally, emotionally, and physically, and if left untreated, a depression disorder can ultimately be life threatening. Cigna depression treatment centers are staffed with mental health care professionals who know how to diagnosis and treat the patients who need help the very most.
Why Do I Need Treatment?
For some people depression seems little more than long-term sadness, but this very real disorder can have a severe and prolonged impact on a depressed person's quality of life and physical health. Some studies have found a correlation between depression and obesity, heart disease, stroke, sleep disorders, lack of education, employment issues, and relationship struggles like divorce. The good news is that your admission to any of your covered Cigna depression treatment centers will signal the start of a new healthy journey – not just mentally, but physically as well.
Will Insurance Pay for Care at Cigna Depression Treatment Centers?
What exactly your insurance policy will cover depends on your specific coverage and the type of treatment you'll be receiving. Coverage may be in part or in full, and may even fluctuate as you progress from inpatient to outpatient care and begin to incorporate long-term counseling and support groups. We can help you explore your benefits so you know up front what your insurance will cover and what you'll have to pay out of pocket.