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Many ways: Take solace in the fact that almost everyone suffers from anxious and depressive feelings during their life. Many times it is normal to feel like this. Things you can do combat depression include eating correctly, avoiding drugs/alcohol, routinely exercising and staying connected with family and friends. If you feel you need extra help a doctor may prescribe counseling and/or medication. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Psychotherapy: Anxiety is the symptom of something being wrong. But it is something that you are not conscious of. If the anxiety is causing difficulties in life, an evaluation by a mental health professional would be the first step. It might be that psychotherapy would find the underlying fears and resolve the anxiety. ...Read more
Anxiety: Try to figure out which stressors are controllable and which are out of your control. Decrease the controllable stressors and learn to regularly let go of the others. Things that can help you let go include exercise, meditation, good relationships, counseling and occasionally medications. Seek evaluation and advice from a professional if you are feeling stuck. ...Read more
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Many: There are many medicines that can help anxiety -- but finding the best one for a particular person depends on what the problem is. There are multiple kinds of anxiety problems someone might have. For some of these, ssri antidepressants might be helpful; also some benzodiazepines. The latter might be exactly wrong for some people. It's best to see a psychiatrist for an evaluation first. ...Read more
Propranolol: Helps greatly.Get a more detailed answer ›
Cognitive behavioral: Most phobias (anxieties related to particular triggers) respond best to graduated or progressive exposure. This means gradually exposing yourself (with support and training to manage anxiety) to mild reminders. Master those situations and move on to harder ones. A trained cognitive behavioral therapist is very helpful, if not essential, in this process. ...Read more
Psych Exposure: In most cases where anxiety is not stemming from trauma, the best way in which to overcome mild to moderate symptoms is to gradually expose yourself to the things you fear, using relaxation techniques to help you cope. This is something that can often be easily resolved with the help and direction of a counselor trained in treating anxiety. ...Read more
Structured CBT: If you want to avoid medication, you need a psychologist who specializes in providing structured cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders. I have my patients audiotape sessions and complete homework assignments designed to teach them how to understand and control their anxiety. ...Read more
Manage anxiety: By learning relaxation skills & learning to modify the thoughts, perceptions & beliefs that trigger your anxiety. Learning to calm your body & your mind is the key. You can learn these skills on your own, but having a mental health professional "coach" you is quicker & more effective. Biofeedback helps learn relaxation skills (www. Bcia. Org & www. Aapb. Org). Entrenched anxiety may require meds. ...Read more
No quick fix: Address or get out of difficult or chaotic situations. Go into challenges prepared. Ask, "What is the worst that can happen? " Set realistic goals. You cannot master all fear any more than you can master life. Do not avoid difficult tasks, but take them in manageable portions. To be brave, act brave. ...Read more
No: CBT is one way for some people to get rid of anxiety. CBT helps you learn to manage your erroneous negative thoughts and keep them from controlling you. Psychoanalytic or psychodynamic therapy is the type of therapy that helps a person understand the roots or central causes of anxiety through the use of the therapeutic relationship. You can read "Getting to Know Me" by J Shedler (2010) for more in ...Read more
Stress relief: Try and learn self relaxation techniques, like meditation or self hypnosis. Exercise regularly and avoid stimulants. Get your sleep and eat small frequent meals. Some people get anxiety reactions from certain foods and additives like msg. Your doctor might prescribe an "emergency pill" for anxiety like Propranolol or xanax (alprazolam). ...Read more
Therapy & self help: Psychotherapy can be extremely effective for treating anxiety disorders. Making an appointment with your doctor to discuss this option can be the first step to great improvements and drugs may not be needed. Cognitive behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, and imagery are all helpful. Self-help books can also be an option if you want to try on your own, but better in conjunction with therapy. ...Read more
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Get appropriate Rx..: You should find out why are you having such symptoms by seeing your doc for an eval. Once a diagnosis is made, treatments can be prescribed to you or that you may be referred to some other doc such as psychiatrist for further eval and treatment. Fortunately there are many treatment options these days, so consult your doc. In the meantime, practice some meditations which may help. Good luck. ...Read more
Anxiety: Anxiety symptoms are not a sign of illness, they are the mind's ability to produce the flight or fight response which gives rise to many physiological changes include dry mouth. Depending on the cause of your anxiety symptoms, your health care provider can recommend appropriate treatment. ...Read more
What can I do naturally to get rid of anxiety? I have taken medication in the past and also have been to therapy.
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Try deep breathing: Exercises. Breath in slowly and deeply through your nose. Hold the air in your lungs for a 5 count before exhaling through an open mouth. Repeat x at least 12. Focus on your breathing. Don't let anxious thoughts intrude upon your awareness of your breathing. Make sure the room is quiet. Also, ensure that you are using good sleep hygiene. ...Read more
Is there a way to get rid of anxiety without therapy or medication? I feel like I can overcome it on my own, I just don't know how.
Anxiety help: Physical exercise, yoga, meditation, and spending time in nature are all relaxing/anti-anxiety practices that you can do on your own. Patients have told me about Facebook groups that are focused on support for conditions like anxiety. Some patients find help in workbooks that have been written to help with anxiety--can be found on Amazon or in psychology section of bookstores. ...Read more
Can u get rid of anxiety for good? Feeling better these days, but still have a daily little fear of an attack, is it possible they don't happen again?
I understand your discomfort.
At age 22, stresses of relationships, college, work, finances, and medical condition can cause anxiety.
Use of alcohol and drugs can make anxiety worse.
Psychiatric treatment with psychotherapy, medication, yoga, and meditation can benefit and prevent recurrence of anxiety.
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