For many, it’s impossible to enjoy what remains of the summer when back-to-school anxiety is already stressing them out, which is why we’re going to take a quick look at how supplements for focus and anxiety can help you make the transition and actually enjoy the busy times ahead. Read More
So, you’ve been hearing a lot lately about ashwagandha for anxiety, and you’re wondering what the deal is. Does it work, or is it just another scam designed to part fools from their money? Let’s take a look at the facts. Read More
People in a heightened state of anxiety or a full-blown panic attack generally breathe using their upper chest (or upper lungs) using shallow, rapid breaths. Upper-lung breathing can lead to hyperventilation, which can compound the symptoms of your panicked state, making it feel worse and last longer. With Just a few tips on how these breathing exercises can help you get some relief during panic. Read More
Normal things that once brought you joy now frighten you, and you live life in a constant state of fear. While you should seek help for your anxiety, there are a few strategies you can employ to best handle anxious thoughts and tendencies in your everyday life. Here are some tips and tricks for handling your anxiety. Read More
What patterns are you thinking suggest that you are OCD or that they based the diagnosis from?
Did they used the below method or a clinical trial along with genetics?
It's amazing there is not ENOUGH information on OCD that shows us a true reason or health issue that forms from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Even Famous people like Fiona apple, David Beckham, Katy Perry, Howard Stern and others cope with OCD in a positive manner.
Most people are anxious or have some feelings of anxiety at one point or another in their life. It’s just a normal response to stress, and stress is just a natural part of life. But how do you know if your feelings have gone from run-of-the-mill stress to actual anxiety? Read More
Anxiety is a many-headed beast. It comes in many forms, has many symptoms and affects everyone in different ways.
Some people are only affected in social situations—crowded subways, classrooms, restaurants, the list goes on for those suffering from social anxiety. Others suffer from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)—they’re simply anxious all the time, a heightened baseline anxiety level that never seems to abate. This can be accompanied by intrusive negative thoughts that disrupt various aspects of their day—anxious thoughts that make it difficult to concentrate on things that are important to them, like work, family and sleep.
The gut acts as a second brain filled with messengers that travel through out our body with nutrients of jam packed information, When it has bad information such as harsh fats, sugars, foods that take longer to digest it creates a message of nervousness. It needs to focus on everything else and break everything down as well. The amount of time it takes to break things down causes it to use bad sugars and other sources to do what it needs to make sure it can pass through the GI tract, gather nutrients, etc. Read More