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Change Healthcare data breach


We are aware Change Healthcare has confirmed data was compromised in its February cyber incident.

Highmark is working with Change and United HealthGroup to fully understand the nature and extent of the impact on our members and customers. We will continue to support our members as more information becomes available.

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Anxiety

Anxiety

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Anxiety warning signs

It’s normal to have some worry that comes and goes with the stresses of life. However, if you find yourself in a consistent state of uneasiness and fear, you may be experiencing anxiety that can impact school, work, and relationships. That’s why it’s important to recognize the symptoms and seek help. Anxiety is common and also very treatable.

Are you or a loved one in crisis?

Are you or a loved one in crisis?

If you think you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. Call or text 988 (TTY 711) or visit the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline for 24-hour, toll-free, confidential support for you or your loved ones.

If you think you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. Call or text 988 (TTY 711) or visit the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline for 24-hour, toll-free, confidential support for you or your loved ones.

Anxiety types and treatments

Learn more about types of anxiety and anxiety treatments.

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    Types of anxiety


    Types of anxiety include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and social anxiety disorder.

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    Treatment options


    Treatment for anxiety may include psychotherapy, medication or a combination of both.

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Sara’s story

Sara’s story

See how Sara worked with her therapist to overcome anxiety.

See how Sara worked with her therapist to overcome anxiety.

How to help someone with anxiety

If someone you love may be struggling with anxiety, here are some tips for how you might start a conversation and encourage them to get help.

  • Do


    • Express empathy
    • Offer to listen or spend time with them 
    • Let them know their experiences and feelings are valid
    • Help them with tasks that anxiety can make difficult 
  • Don’t


    • Tell them not to worry, to “relax,” or “just stay positive”
    • Express shock
    • Belittle 
    • Blame 
    • Shame