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What Is The Best Treatment For Shyness
See below:: There is no cure for msa, and there is no known way to prevent the disease from getting worse. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms. Anticholinergic medications may be used to reduce early or mild tremors. Levodopa may improve movement and balance. Meds can be used to treat low blood pressure, constipation too. Some need pacemakers for their low heart rate. ...Read more
People range in how they interact with others from very introverted or shy to very outgoing. Those that are shy tend to want to be by themselves, a introspective and thoughtful, anxious in their interactions with others and may prefer solitary activities rather than social ones. These are style differences and fall in the range of "normal." Some people are shy sometimes ...Read more
Im a 20 yrs old guy..My main prob is shyness i can't interact with peoples can't go to parties and can't enjoy mysself....Is there any pills to cure this?
Pills, NO/Skills, YE: Shyness is not same as social anxiety. But these self-help tools (incl. A video) for managing & even overcoming social anxiety may help: http://www.Anxietybc.Com/resources/social.Php effective treatment for social anxiety will involve putting yourself in feared social situations, going from ones you fear on. ...Read more
Can Be Helpful: Shyness is often accompanied by anxiety and fearfulness, and meditation can certainly help you to stay calm and accomplish things you need to do. So, meditation can help to counter the effects of shyness. However, shyness is a relatively ingrained personality trait, so the word "cure" may be too strong. In any case, meditation and other calming exercises can be helpful. ...Read more
Get them involved in: Activities that will build self confidence. Acting classes, dance, music all include some recitals/performances. Pick something that the child enjoys and hopefully can excel in. Programs like the girl or boy scouts also help by getting them involved in groups and by getting acheivment badges. This will help them try many different kinds of activities and make friends in the process. ...Read more
Shyness not illness: Shyness is not an illness; it is a personality trait. However, sometimes there are underlying issues related to anxiety that need to be treated. If it seems to be a more serious problem, please do not label your child "shy". Try not to put your child "on the spot". Help build up your child's self-esteem and give your child plenty of encouragement. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 18 yrs old son has extreme shyness. His therapist want him to ask his primary doctor for anti-anxiety med. either Paxil (paroxetine) or zoloft. which is best???
My first child 5 yr daughter is very shy, what can I do to make her more confident, happy, outgoing. Is there therapy for this?
Group work: There are a number of informal and formal interventions to help with shyness. Positive, persistent exposure at a pace the child can tolerate with lots of rewards can do wonders. Still some people will remain shy, regardless, so be sensitive to how your daughter reacts to interventions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Hi i'm 18 years old and having a external pile and its bleeding at the moment can't tell my parents shy so any home treatments pills creams thanks
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