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5 Natural Options for Anxiety

January 04, 2018

Anxiety is extremely common today. Over 19 million Americans have clinical anxiety or panic disorders. Another 35 million suffer from mild anxiety.

If you’ve experienced it, you know: Anxiety is more than occasional fear or worry. It can be serious, interfere with daily life, and stifle happiness.

Anxiety can disrupt sleep, reduce productiveness, make it difficult to concentrate, and even hurt your relationships.

For reasons that aren’t yet totally understood, women are twice as likely as men to suffer from anxiety.

Being under high stress, having a family history of mental illness, or dealing with financial problems are common underlying factors.

There are many types of anxiety: generalized anxiety, panic disorder, phobias, and social anxiety.

There are, however, natural approaches that can help. Here are 5 natural options for mild anxiety and nervous tension.

Often, people with anxiety worry about things that they have no control over.

If you’re suffering, look over your life circumstances and see if there are areas where you can make healthy changes.

If you’re worrying needlessly, work on letting your worries go. Look for blessings and positives in your life, and always reach out for help when you need it.

Especially avoid anxiety triggers like excess caffeine, sugar, or other stimulants. Most people begin to feel better right away after following these natural approaches.


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