Anxiety Retreat

Authored by Matthew Idle

Edited by Alexander Bentley

Reviewed by Michael Por

Anxiety Retreat


Anxiety is one of the most common mental health disorders and affects a large number of the population in different ways. Research has discovered that anxiety disorders appear in a large segment of individuals in the United States over the age of 18 and affects 18.1% of the population11.B. Bandelow, S. Michaelis and D. Wedekind, Treatment of anxiety disorders – PMC, PubMed Central (PMC).; Retrieved September 29, 2022, from That is about 40 million Americans each year that are affected by anxiety disorders.


The good news for individuals and their families is that anxiety disorders are highly treatable. However, the problem with treating anxiety disorders is that just 36.9% of people in the US that suffer from the mental health issue receive treatment.


Most people fail to get help because they do not realize there is something wrong. Others fail to receive treatment due to the stigma that most inpatient treatment centers possess. The reputation of an inpatient treatment center can alter the way an individual seeks help and prevent them from ultimately recovering.


The answer to gaining first-class treatment in a safe environment is attending a luxury anxiety retreat that puts the client at the forefront of its work 24-hours a day. An anxiety retreat has the ability to house, treat, and provide long-term healing that teaches a client how to manage their anxiety disorder in the future.


It is very common for a person suffering with anxiety disorder to also have depression or vice versa. The two mental health disorders can come hand in hand. Fifty-percent of all people diagnosed with anxiety disorder also have depression. An anxiety retreat can treat both disorders and put a client onto the road to full recovery.

Best Anxiety Retreat in the World


According to Worlds Best Rehab Magazine, the top luxury anxiety retreat clinic in the World is Remedy Wellbeing and with a price tag of over $304,000 per week clients are guaranteed the very best anxiety management intervention program ever developed. The clinic doesn’t just focus on stress, but entire mental wellness, physical rejuvenation, anti-ageing and spiritual wellness


Signs of Anxiety & Depression


Signs can vary and become even stronger or more pronounced over time. Signs include:


  • Avoiding friends and family
  • No longer taking part in or enjoying hobbies
  • No longer take care of appearance
  • Feel uninterested in life
  • Mood swings, feeling worthless, ashamed or self-loathing
  • Feel paranoid
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Unexplained pain
  • Digestive issues
  • Neglect responsibilities


Why Visit an Anxiety Retreat?


A luxury anxiety retreat has all the tools needed on-site to help a client overcome the disorder. Retreats offer a variety of wellness programs to improve the mind, emotions, and body to better cope with the strains of life.


Unlike a basic inpatient recovery center, an anxiety retreat has developed evidenced-based programs with many featuring both Eastern and Western approaches.


An anxiety retreat can get to the heart of matters as recovery programs are adapted to the client. Programs include group and one-to-one therapy sessions allowing clients to address the deeper issues that create anxiety. Retreats also give clients the chance to address other areas such as physical fitness and mental health through yoga, gym workout sessions, meditation and mindfulness, and outdoor excursions.


These additional activities, typically set in beautiful regions of the world, allow clients to escape the everyday triggers and environments that produce anxiety, depression, and other issues.


An anxiety retreat is a way to regain control of life free of the mental health disorders that overtake it. A luxury anxiety retreat is an investment in the future.


What to Expect at an Anxiety Retreat


An anxiety retreat is different from traditional rehab in that it’s unlikely to require any form of detox, unless a client has been self-medicating with alcohol, prescription pharmaceuticals or recreational drugs (or any combination). Aside from intensive therapy with some of the best clinical psychotherapists in the World, a luxury mental health retreat may include BioChemical Restoration, Ozone Therapy, High Dose IV NAD, Non Invasive Rejuvenation, Oxygen Therapy, DNA & RNA Repair, Medical Hormone Treatment, Cosmetic Surgery and Spiritual Connection.


Some 90% of a body’s ‘feel-good’ hormone, Serotonin, is found in the gut lining and luxury anxiety retreat clinics detoxify the entire body which can reduce or often eliminate anxiety22.M. Camilleri, Serotonin in the Gastrointestinal Tract – PMC, PubMed Central (PMC).; Retrieved September 29, 2022, from By adapting to advanced and personalized nutritional programs, physical activity and relaxation, biochemical cells are less stressed, more concentrated and more productive.


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    1.B. Bandelow, S. Michaelis and D. Wedekind, Treatment of anxiety disorders – PMC, PubMed Central (PMC).; Retrieved September 29, 2022, from
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    2.M. Camilleri, Serotonin in the Gastrointestinal Tract – PMC, PubMed Central (PMC).; Retrieved September 29, 2022, from
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