The Facts About Anxiety

by on March 26th, 2012 at 7:00 am

Anxiety has been around since the beginning of human civilization. However, it was not until recently that so much focus has been put on it. Anxiety is generally characterized by an overwhelming feeling of fear, nervousness and worry. For some anxiety comes and goes; for others it can be a debilitating condition affecting almost every aspect of life. Anxiety before taking a test or a big interview is normal; everyone experiences this kind of worry. It is when the anxiety won’t leave even when you’re at home when it becomes a problem. Anxiety can manifest itself in many different forms.

The most common types of anxiety include:

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder – This type of anxiety affects around 6.8 million people in the US alone. It is characterized by constant tension and worry. The afflicted person will experience this worry for an extended period of time.

Symptoms can includeperspiration, concentration problems, trouble sleeping, headaches, and irritability.

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD as it is commonly known, affects around 2.2 million people, and is considered one of the most physical and mentally demanding form of anxiety. Someone suffering from this type of anxiety disorder will experience compulsion in varying degrees. Some people might have to count every step they make, while others might obsessively wash their hands. This form of anxiety can be the most debilitating; it usually starts at a young age and may last throughout a person’s lifetime.

 

  • Panic Disorder – Panic disorders are characterized by frequent panic attacks, which can leave the victim with extreme feelings of fear and even self-pity. These attacks are generally brought out in the face of stress.

 

Symptoms can include – sweating, sudden fear, dizziness, nausea, numbness in the body, shortness of breath, and trembling.

Without proper help, anxiety can start to harm you physically, such as leading to high blood pressure and heart disease.  If you experience any of these symptoms mentioned above, it is advised to see you doctor immediately.

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One Response to “The Facts About Anxiety”

  1. Dr.Rahul

    May 12th, 2012

    Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress that helps to deal with a tense situation. When anxiety becomes an excessive, irrational fear of everyday situations, it can develop into a disabling disorder.
    Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.

    Allopathic treatments for Anxiety include anti-anxiety drugs such as Buspirone, benzodiazepines- Xanax (alprazolam), Klonopin (clonazepam), Valium (diazepam) and Ativan (lorazepam), antidepressants including brand name drugs such as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Lexapro, and Celexa. and Beta blockers include drugs such as propranolol (Inderal) and atenolol (Tenormin).

    However these Allopathic treatments do not cure Anxiety. They are merely a way of suppressing symptoms.
    The Homeopathic, advanced Biotechnology and Ayurvedic herbal ingredients, that together, balance your emotional, mental, physiological and immune responses, to ensure lasting freedom from anxiety. The natural remedies like Avena Sat, Coffea, Humulus (Lupulus), Ignatia, Kali Phos, Passsiflora, Sumbul, Valeriana, Oxytropis Lambertii 3x; Natrum Muriaticum 4x; Borax 4x; Causticum 6x; Elettaria Cardamomum 6x; Plumbum Metallicum 8x; Sepia 12x; Lilium Tigrinum 30x. treat anxiety at its root, depending on what your specific causes and symptoms are.
    The resonance homeopathic like Citrus limonum (Lemon) 1X; Cocculus indicus (Fish berry) 5X; Helonias dioica (Blazing star) 5X; Ignatia amara (Ignatius bean) 5X; Phosphoricum acidum (Phosphoric acid) 3X; Sepia (Cuttlefish ink) 6X; Zincum metallicum (Metallic zinc) 6X; Inactive ingredients: Saccharum; distilled water; 18 vol.-% alcohol; excipient are also helpful in this condition.
    Ayurveda also has numerous herbs and medicines which are traditionally believed to have natural anxiolytic effect which also helps in concentration, grasping power and memory span.Also there are herbal combination of anxiolytics, anti-stress and adaptogenic ingredients which helps in stabilizing your mood.
    In my experience the best results come from taking Ayurvedic herbs and homeopathic remedies (classical and resonance) together.

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