People with social anxiety disorder (SAD)—also called social phobia—have an intense fear of social situations, especially if they believe they’ll be judged or scrutinized by others. So, while going to a party may produce what feels like anxiety, a party in which the person is the guest of honor might
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Researchers have identified 3 notable causes of panic attacks and other signs of anxiety in women: serotonin deficiency, low vitamin B6 levels and low iron levels. But, using these natural healing steps can give you relief!
It’s important to realize that anxiety isn’t “all in your head.” That is, people who suffer from anxiety aren’t simply choosing to avoid certain situations or activities because they have convinced themselves they’ll be unpleasant. So… what does anxiety mean? And what does anxiety feel like?
Anxiety actually can cause overwhelming
Xanax and other anti-anxiety medications are among the most-prescribed drugs in the country, but a vitamin has gained attention as a natural remedy for anxiety.
Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3 (not to be confused with niacin), has been used since the 1950’s as a popular anti-diabetes nutrient. It has even
It’s normal to feel a little apprehensive from time to time. Let’s face it—life can be stressful. All of us worry about things like financial problems, work, family struggles, or health. But sometimes anxiety can become so severe that completing simple, everyday tasks is difficult. When this occurs, it may
Probably the No. 1 thing you can do to relieve stress and deal with signs of anxiety is to learn breathing exercises. When you’re anxious, you naturally take quick, shallow breaths. This actually worsens your anxiety and creates a vicious cycle that can lead to panic attack symptoms.
Do you have acute anxiety attacks or difficulty sleeping through the night? If so, you may be suffering from GABA deficiency symptoms. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of low GABA and how to boost your brain’s GABA levels.
Worry and fear can sap productivity and enjoyment of life, and make prescription anti-anxiety medications enticing. Unfortunately, such medicines can be addictive and carry unwanted side effects. A growing number of studies point to natural plant substances for anxiety relief. Here are some promising options.
Serious science backs our instinct to