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What are different home remedies for Anxiety?

Anxiety is a phase that your physiological self enters that can affect an array of components associated with your wellbeing, including your emotions and behavior.

– Generalized Anxiety Disorder
– Social Anxiety Disorder

1. Emotional Symptoms
– fear
– avoiding stress
– irritability and confusion
2. Physical Symptoms
– chest pains
– hot flushes
– headaches
– shortness of breath
– nausea
– digestion problems
– tense muscles
– rush of fatigue
– heart palpitations
– sleeping difficulties
– panic attacks

– Childhood Memories
– Stress
– Illness
– Personality
– Genetics

1. Almonds
– Soak 10 raw almonds overnight in water to soften, and then peel off the skins.
– Put almonds in blender with 1 cup warm milk, a pinch of ginger, and a pinch of nutmeg.
– Drink at night to help you relax before going to bed.

2. Baking soda
– Add 1/3 cup baking soda and 1/3 cup ginger to a nice warm bath.
– Soak in the tub for 15 minutes to relieve tension and anxiety.

3. Oil
– Sesame oil is great, but sunflower, coconut, or corn oil will work, too.
– For a wonderful, anxiety-busting massage, heat 6 ounces oil until warm, not hot.
– Rub over entire body, including your scalp and the bottoms of your feet.
– A small rolling pin feels marvelous.
– Use the oil as a massage before the morning bath.

4. Celery and Onion
– Eat 2 cups celery, onions, or a mixture of the two, raw or cooked, with your meals for a week or two.
– Both vegetables contain large amounts of potassium and folic acid, deficiencies of which can cause nervousness.

5. Orange
– The aroma of an orange is known to reduce anxiety.
– Peel an orange and inhale.
– You can also drop the peel into a small pan or potpourri burner.
– Cover with water and simmer.
– When heated, the orange peel will release its fragrant and calming oil.

6. Orange juice
– Stir 1 teaspoon honey and a pinch of nutmeg into 1 cup orange juice and drink.

7. Rosemary
– Rosemary has a calming effect on the nerves.
– Make a tea by adding 1 to 2 teaspoons of the dried herb to 1 cup boiling water; steep for 10 minutes, then drink.
– Inhaling rosemary can be relaxing, too.
– Burn a sprig, or use rosemary incense to ease anxiety.

8. Teas
– Teas can cause the reduction of tension and calm the mind, body, and soul.
– Choose the teas that include chamomile, cloves, lavender, orange blossoms, and thyme.

9. Aromatherapy
– Use aromatic essential oils that encourage physical and psychological wellness.

10. Exercise
– Burn off that extra adrenaline by embracing the benefits of exercise.
– Do a couple of jumping jacks, walk around the backyard, climb up and down the stairs, or hit a piece of home exercise equipment.

11. Deep Breathing
– Many people are able to calm down their anxiety when after learning certain breathing techniques.
– Deep diaphragmatic breathing is best accomplished when you keep your chest and shoulders in position.

12. Caffeine
– Limit your intake of caffeine by weaning off of the coffee, tea, chocolate, and Coca Cola.

13. Vitamin Supplements
– Boost your intake of vitamins by reaching for the following supplements: calcium, magnesium, and B-complex.

14. Avoid Refined Sugars and Carbs
– Choose foods that are low in sugar and contain a healthy dose of whole grains.

15. Artificial Sweeteners
– Lessen your use of artificial sweeteners, such as Splenda, Nutrisweet, and Equal.

16. Childhood Flashbacks
– Some individuals have been able to overcome bouts of anxiety by transporting back to a time.
– Dig deep into your repertoire of happy childhood memories.
– Enjoy a grandma’s snack.

17. Hydrotherapy
– Also known as water therapy, this technique uses water to relieve some of the discomfort that anxiety can bring.

18. Warm Bath
– Try sinking into a relaxing bath while listening to the soothing sounds of a musical artist.

a) Read a Book: Plunge deep into your favorite novel.
b) Dial C for ‘Comfort’: Pick up the telephone and give your parents, sister, brother, or best friend a call.
c) Meditation: Meditate, pray, or indulge in a mental flight of fantasy.

What to Do When You Worry Too Much The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety Coping with Anxiety

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