signs of anxiety

Lavender May Reduce Signs of Anxiety in Women

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 … Read More

4 GABA Deficiency Symptoms You Can Identify Yourself

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is the brain’s most abundant inhibitory, or “calming,” neurotransmitter. While GABA is known primarily for its ability to put you in a relaxed state, it actually plays a crucial role in regulating many aspects of mood, attention, cognition, and sleep. GABA deficiency symptoms may involve any of these … Read More

Aromatherapy Essential Oil Chart

Chart of the Most Common Essential Oils Used in Aromatherapy: Click here to enlarge and print this essential oils and their uses chart. [text_ad] Aromatherapy Essential Oil Chart Tips Before using any products on the essential oil chart, read the directions on the label carefully. Essential oils are potent substances; … Read More

Tricyclic Antidepressants: Do They Work?

Tricyclic antidepressants were one of the original drugs prescribed for depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. "Tricyclic" refers to the presence of three rings, or atoms, in the chemical structure of these drugs. Tricyclic antidepressants also are used for anxiety, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. Physicians may prescribe tricyclic antidepressants for diabetes, shingles, … Read More

What Does Anxiety Feel Like?

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? How does anxiety feel? … Read More

Eye Twitching: Harmless Annoyance… or a Cause for Concern?

Occasional eye twitching is a benign but annoying condition. It often lasts only a few minutes to an hour, usually involves only one eyelid, and is related to fatigue, stress, or both. A relaxing maneuver—even a stress-releasing giggle at its arrival—can sometimes end the involuntary eye twitching. But eye twitching … Read More

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