Anxiety disorders are highly treatable. With treatment, many people experience a reduction in their anxiety symptoms and an improved quality of life. Some people will notice results after only a few months of treatment, while others continue to receive professional help or medication for years. How long the treatment takes will depend on a person's individual needs and symptoms.

Though each person's treatment plan must be individualized based on their specific anxiety disorder, symptoms, and needs, the most commonly suggested and effective routes of treatment are therapy, prescription medication, or a combination of the two.

Medication works on a biological level to help reduce anxiety symptoms. Therapy provides an outlet for expressing anxieties, fears, and thoughts. Working together with a therapist, a person can learn valuable skills and strategies for coping with anxiety.