Tuesday, September 8, 2009


Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Like many psychological problems, an anxiety disorder is a little difficult to detect, particularly as many of the symptoms are normal human responses. The key difference however is that these responses occur without any stimulus. Sometimes the individual is almost constantly in a state of worry, while others may experience sudden, unprovoked “anxiety attacks”.

Some of the symptoms of anxiety disorder include:
- Constant state of apprehension
- Irritability
- Restlessness
- Fatigue and exhaustion
- Inability to concentrate
- Chest pain
- Headaches
- Breathlessness
- Nausea
- Indigestion
- Insomnia
- Inability to calm down or relax

Anxiety Remedies


Aromatherapy is a good treatment for anxiety, and you can do it on your own. Lavender oil is particularly effective, but you can also use jasmine or sandalwood.


Vitamin deficiencies - Vitamin B in particular can often cause anxiety. Try taking a daily supplement of a B-complex tablet.


Learn some meditation and yoga techniques to calm yourself. If nothing else, closing your eyes and breathing deeply will do. These techniques can be used whenever you start to get an anxiety attack, and also as part of your daily routine.


A daily workout will help you calm down. The physical exertion itself helps fight anxiety, plus it prompts your body to produce certain chemicals that calm you and make you feel good.


When you feel an anxiety attack coming on, you can have a cold shower or soak in a warm bath, whichever works for you.

Drink water or tea

When you start to feel stressed out, drink a whole glass of water, or else sit back and sip a cup of tea.

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