How to get rid of Anxiety | Herbal Cure of Anxiety

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When we refer to ourselves immersed in aggravating and disquieting circumstances, feelings of anxiety and fear can overcome us. Fear is a typical response to pressure from outside and cannot hurt if someone experiences it once in a while. Momentary fear in our daily life is actually healthy and promotes our mind and body to do well. However, if the feelings of distress developed constantly and frequent, it is a mess that will affect our well being if it is left untreated. Nevertheless, many people inflicted with anxiety turn to some organic way of anxiety healing, which can be either by homeopathy or a herbal anxiety remedy that purports the healing of  relevant and pertinent diseases.

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Natural herbal remedy provides an immediate cure to the anxiety and depression problems. Experts generally believe that a brain and heredity chemistry is the major cause of anxiety that does not ignore the fact a traumatic experience and personality can elicit anxiety attacks. Anxiety starts at a cognitive level when we sense a premonition threat or an impending conflict. The body then reacts to tension forthwith.

While our emotions of dread and panic prolong; our behavioral pattern reveals an anxious state that ranges from anger, irratibility, and depression to OCD symptoms, obsessive thoughts and self esteem troubles. The most common anti-anxiety prescribed medicines are Zoloft and Paxil known as anti-depressants or anxiolytic drugs that provide relief from anxiety problems,others may undergo a behavioral therapy instead of drug prescription.

Mild and moderate type of depression is cured by herb St.John’s Wort.There is a flowering herb called Passiflora, which provides an effective treatment and calming effect to help relax tense nerves by reducing anxiety levels.Herbal medication is an effective form of alternative medicine being used these days and provides a holistic cure with limited side effects if any. Many people experience relief from aromatherapy.

Oils that are essential for the cure of anxiety include; Bergamot, Cedarwood, Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Neroli, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Sweet Marjoram etc.Lemon balm is a very mild relaxant. Oats relax and strengthen our nervous system. Drinking meadowsweet tea and extract is very beneficial as it relieves tension headaches.Ginko biloba is a mood elevation for depression patients and improves blood circulation to the brain. Chamomile blossoms are boiled in water and can be taken with the addition of honey to soothe and relax the nervous system as a brain tonic.

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  1. Rizwan Tariq says:

    Just wanted to comment on the statement ‘Herbal medication provides a holistic cure without any side effects.’
    That is NOT true. Herbal medications do have side effects and one should be aware of them and also consult experts before starting these medicine. Eg. St John’s worth is known to cause High blood pressure,headache,neck stiffness. You don’t want to be giving this to any patient with hypertension. Similarly Ginko Biloba is known to decrease platelet count and result in bleeding. You don’t want to be giving it to any one with a bleeding disorder. Also many of the herbal medicine have interaction with allopathic medicines i.e they may increase or decrease there effects. That is why i would strongly advice people not to consider herbs free of side effects, and should consult people expert on them before starting therapy on them.

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