Clint Eastwood's Wife Dina Enters Rehab for Anxiety, Depression

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Social anxiety disorder is the third most common mental health problem in the United States, after depression and alcohol dependence.

Clint Eastwood's wife Dina has reportedly checked herself into rehab in Arizona, seeking treatment for anxiety and depression.

Dina Eastwood, who stars in a reality television show, "Mrs. Eastwood and Company," with Clint's daughter Francesca, reportedly is not seeking treatment for substance abuse.

Anxiety is a social disorder in which a person feels excessive or unreasonable fears of social interaction. Anxiety is often linked to other mental health problems, including panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and depression.

Social anxiety disorder is the third most common mental health problem in the United States, after depression and alcohol dependence. 19.2 million Americans suffer social anxiety disorder. The disorder occurs most commonly in childhood and adolescence, but can emerge at any time, and is more common in women than men.

Depression, characterized by fatique, and sustained feelings of worthlessness and guilt. In the United States, 14.8 million adults suffer from depression.

The Eastwood family has not commented.

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