Natural Anxiety Remedies – How to Naturally Reduce Anxiety?


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I get several requests from people asking for my recommendation on natural anxiety remedies. Well to begin with, it goes without saying that it is important to get the right balance of vitamins and minerals in order to treat anxiety naturally.

All the vitamins and minerals we need are usually found naturally in the food that we eat. However, the vitamin and mineral content in our food has diminished over the years therefore, it may be necessary to take supplements.

To help reduce feelings of anxiety I suggest you take a good B complex vitamin along with Magnesium Citrate 3 times a day in powder form. You should also take omega-3 oils. Omega-3 is not only good for helping ease anxiety, but also has many other reported health benefits, such as lowering blood pressure and possibly reducing the risk of coronary heart disease. These are good anxiety natural remedies.

When it comes to herbal supplements to help ease anxiety naturally there are several options available and it can often be quite confusing when trying to decide which ones to try. To add to the confusion several herbal supplements come combined in one remedy and are sold as all-in-one ‘natural cures for anxiety’.

After several years of communicating with people who have used various different supplements, I can recommend two herbal supplements that appear to be effective natural anxiety remedies. Passiflora and Valerian.

Passiflora (Passiflora incarnata) has traditionally been used as a folk remedy for anxiety and insomnia. It contains many active ingredients. The most widely studied of these constituents, maltol and ethymaltol, seem to be responsible for much of the anti-anxiety effects.

It works on the physical body, relaxing muscles to reduce tension, which can be particularly effective for people who feel physically tense e.g. tight shoulders or the sensation of a knotted stomach. People also report good results using this herb to aid sleep. It should not be taken with sedatives unless under medical supervision.

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is believed to have used for its calming and soothing effects since at least the time of Hippocrates (460-377 BC). Right up until the introduction of prescription sleep medications is was used as a natural anxiety remedy for a variety of conditions such as insomnia, nervousness and headaches.

The primary use for valerian today is to treat insomnia but it is reported to reduce feelings of general anxiety. The active constituents in Valerian appear to be valerenic acid and valerenal. These compounds have a calming effect because they interact with the neurotransmitter GABA.

As with most herbal supplements it generally takes a few weeks of use to feel the full benefit. Valerian may cause sleepiness or daytime drowsiness and should not be used with other medications for insomnia or anxiety.

It is important to be aware that herbal supplements are not a magic pill. In most instances people report only mild improvement from anxiety natural remedies and it is not uncommon for no benefits to be felt at all. Again you should discuss these or any other supplements with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant or taking any kind of medication.

Finding Natural Anxiety Relief

Even when you’ve made significant changes to your lifestyle and have accepted the fact that you experience panic and anxiety attacks, a panic attack can happen at any time and throw you for a loop.

Many people that experience panic attacks on a regular basis find it difficult to undertake new activities, maintain a healthy social life, and participate in activities that will improve their lifestyle because they are afraid of having another panic attack and being unable to cope with its effects.

The good news is, there are several ways to re-balance or “ground” yourself after a panic attack naturally, and you can practice these strategies so that having a panic attack is no longer something you fear – this is natural anxiety relief at its best.

One of the best ways to cope after a panic attack is to allow yourself to feel anxious. Do not beat yourself up for having a panic attack. Tell yourself that you are perfectly safe and that it is normal to feel anxious for a few hours after an attack. We want to stimulate natural anxiety relief and to achieve that you need to process the anxiety by moving with it, not against it.

Take several deep breathes and find yourself a quiet and calm place to sit down and relax for a few minutes. After a panic attack you must not focus on the feelings of fear but move your attention to the present moment. Focusing on the fear only makes you feel anxious longer so try your best to move your awareness elsewhere.

Tell yourself that your body is perfectly capable of handling this anxiety and that you have nothing to fear. The next time it happens you are going to move with the experience by not resisting it. Moving with the fear dramatically reduces its impact and is the most effective way to end anxiety naturally.

You want to do everything possible to calm your nervous system and stimulate natural anxiety relief. Pay attention to what you are eating for the rest of the day, so that you can ward off high levels of anxiety. It is important to avoid consuming alcohol, coffee, or sugary foods and drinks after a panic attack.

For more tips on natural anxiety remedies, watch these 2 videos –

Natural Supplements and Treatments for Anxiety- What the research says about Supplements for Anxiety

10 natural remedies for helping anxiety and stress

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: Natural Anxiety Remedies – How to Naturally Reduce Anxiety?

Panic Attack Help – How to Stop Panic Attacks Forever?


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When looking for help with panic attacks there are three basic points you should be made immediately aware of. The first point is that panic attacks have nothing to do with mental illness.

Anxiety is a behavioral problem that can easily be corrected with the right guidance and information. That’s a really important point because many people fear that their anxiety problem is a sign of a mental illness. It is not.

The second point is that panic attacks have nothing to do with a lack of courage, in fact it is quite the opposite. People with panic attacks actually do the bravest things.

They get up each day and face their anxiety. They pick themselves up after every setback and deal with inner challenges the average person never has to face. Those close to the person experiencing anxiety have no idea how intense it can be.

I have worked with people like firemen, police officers, and soldiers who have done very brave things in their line of duty, but tell me privately that dealing with their anxiety has been the greatest challenge for them.  Of course, the average person can’t understand why it’s such a big deal to drive on the freeway, or go to church, or even go shopping.

But for the person who needs panic attack help, accomplishing these things can be a massive achievement. It doesn’t make headline news, but facing your fears daily is real bravery.

The third and final point to make about panic attacks is that you are not in any danger from a panic attack. A panic attack will not harm you.

The fight or flight response that you experience during a panic attack is a built-in mechanism, going back to our cavemen days. It is there to protect you from danger, not to harm you.

Rest assured that your body’s primary goal is to keep you alive and well. Panic attacks are not your enemy; they are the result of you misinterpreting the signals your body is sending—a bit like a false alarm.

Think of all the panic attacks you’ve experienced and how you’ve always come out on the other side—possibly petrified, but nevertheless alive and undamaged. Aren’t you still here, after all those attacks that convinced you that you were going to die?

So to summarize, remind yourself of these three basic points whenever seeking panic attack help.

-It is not a mental illness
-It is not a lack of bravery
-A Panic attack will not harm you

For more information about panic attack help, watch the following videos –

Panic Attack Treatment: 2 Proven Techniques + 5 Must-Know Facts (New Research)

Overcoming Panic Attacks with Psychologist Dr Becky Spelman at Private Therapy Clinic London

Stop having panic attacks now: exposure, coping, and grounding

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: Panic Attack Help – How to Stop Panic Attacks Forever?

How to Prevent or Even Reverse Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease?


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Prevent or Even Reverse Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – Drug-Free Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Discovered

Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease almost always results in life sentence of medications with a long list side effect.

But a new study in the Journal of Neurology reveals a new drug-free treatment option that is safe and side effect free. And it works for all stages of Parkinson’s disease.

Deep brain stimulation is a treatment that has been approved for Parkinson’s disease by the American Food and Drug Administration, but it is almost exclusively used in mid- to late-stage Parkinson’s patients.

But the new study shows that the treatment can be beneficial for early-stage Parkinson’s patients, too.

Deep brain stimulation involves implanting a neuro stimulator (sometimes called a brain pacemaker) below the collarbone with electrodes placed on the specific area of the brain that needs to be targeted. It sends electrical pulses to this region of the brain.

When it comes to Parkinson’s disease, the part of the brain that needs stimulation is the subthalamic nucleus, a part that helps to control movement.

The researchers recruited 30 patients between ages 50 and 75with early-stage Parkinson’s disease, 28 of whom completed the study.

When they were off their medication, the subjects were all at stage 2 on the Hoehn and Yahr scale, a common way to measure Parkinson’s severity.

The subjects were divided into two groups: one who received the deep brain stimulation together with medication and one received medication alone.

After five years of treatment, those who received the deep brain stimulation were taking less than half of the amount of medication that the drug-only group took, and this group of subjects was more than 16 times less likely to require multiple medications.

In addition, those in the drug-only group were twice as likely as those in the deep brain stimulation group were to experience worse motor symptoms and five times more likely to experience worse tremors.

Overall, the study showed that deep brain stimulation was safe and well tolerated and that it could free people from Parkinson’s drugs with serious side effects.

Deep brain stimulation also works for other movement disorders such as essential tremor and epilepsy.

Though the procedure during which the device is implanted is not simple, the advantage of the procedure is that no brain tissue is damaged in the process.

The electrical pulses that the device sends essentially block neurological impulses that produce abnormal movements like tremors.

At this stage, researchers are not entirely sure why this treatment works for Parkinson’s beyond the fact that the abnormal brain impulses that produce these movements occur in the subthalamic nucleus.

This study is important for two reasons:

1. In the past, it was thought that nothing other than medication could prevent or slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease. This is obviously wrong because this device in effect prevented progression in most cases over the five-year period.

2. In the past, deep brain stimulation was touted as a treatment option only where medication had failed. This study shows that medication is actually the worse option of the two and should not be the default before deep brain stimulation is considered.

Therefore, while the best options remain prevention and remedy through natural methods, deep brain stimulation provides another option for treatment of Parkinson’s that is drug free.

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Prevent or Even Reverse Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – Is Parkinson’s Disease Rooted in Your Guts?

Parkinson’s disease involves a reduction of dopamine in the brain that ends up causing muscle stiffness, tremors, difficulty with balance, cognitive impairment, and so forth.

But a new study in Nature Genetics now suggests that this disease may not start in the brain but may actually start in the gut.

And this opens up previously unimagined natural treatments for Parkinson’s.

Our nervous systems consist of thousands of different cell types that all have different functions. If we want to investigate the causes of a nervous system or brain disease, we must find out which cells are dysfunctional.

Researchers from the United States and Sweden have now set out to do this by combining mouse gene expression studies with human genetic studies to link various cell types with diseases.

One of their most interesting findings was related to the possible development of Parkinson’s disease.

Predictably, they discovered that dopaminergic cells are involved in the development of Parkinson’s disease.

No surprise there; dopaminergic cells are cells in your central nervous system that produce the neurotransmitter dopamine.

If they are damaged and can no longer produce sufficient dopamine, you will develop Parkinson’s disease.

Less predictably, they discovered that enteric neurons were also important in the development of this disease.

Your enteric nervous system is a part of your autonomic nervous system and consists of enteric neurons that control the function of your gastrointestinal system.

These neurons line your gastrointestinal tract from your esophagus to your anus.

They communicate with your brain via your vagus nerve.

The authors of the new study discovered that previous studies had found damaged enteric neurons in the brains of Parkinson’s disease sufferers very early in the disease, suggesting that these damaged gut neurons played a role in the early stages of this brain disease.

Some previous studies had also demonstrated that these damaged enteric neurons exist in the gastrointestinal tract already, even before the Parkinson’s disease takes hold.

How the neuron damage moves from there to our brains remains somewhat of a mystery? It must somehow move through the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, all the way up the vagus nerve, and transfer from the autonomic nervous system to the central nervous system and into our brains.

In some of the studies they surveyed, the vagus nerves of mice were severed to break the connection between their gastrointestinal tracts and brains. The mice did not develop Parkinson’s disease, even when these damaged neurons were injected into their gastrointestinal tracts.

In mice with this connection intact, a part of the injected damaged neurons found a way to the brains and caused Parkinson’s disease.

This new study is no surprise to me. For years, I have been helping Parkinson’s patients to reverse their condition. And one of the steps I use is addressing their gut health.

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Prevent or Even Reverse Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – Parkinson’s Caused by This Organ Removal

Sometimes researchers find the weirdest and most unlikely connections that seemingly have nothing to with each other.

One such connection, which was published in the journal Gastroenterology, was recently made with Parkinson’s and what would seem like a body part that had zero connection to the first.

Researchers analyzed medical records of 62 million people who had had appendectomies.

They discovered people that had undergone this everyday surgery to remove their appendix were 3.9 times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease.

However, there are also contradictory reports.

Another study published in Science Translational Medicine analyzed health information of 1,698,000 people, finding that appendectomies reduced the risk of developing Parkinson’s later on in life by 19.3 percent.

A 2015 study in the Journal Movement Disorders confirms this. However, their subject pool was much smaller with only 295 participants. They claim that those who had had appendectomies earlier in life tended to develop Parkinson’s later than those who still had their appendixes.

But let’s forget about the contradicting studies for a moment. Why on earth would two such disparate conditions be related?

One reason related to a protein called alpha-synuclein.

Alpha-synuclein can mutate, causing the protein to cause cell death.

The two primary places where alpha-synuclein occurs in your body are in your brain and gut.

Your appendix is part of your gut that hosts immune cells that are meant to prevent microbes from coming into your body from the environment.

The most common current theory is that environmental microbes cause the mutation of the alpha-synuclein proteins in your body.

At this point, the cause and effect between Parkinson’s and appendectomies are purely speculation.

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What is the Best Way to Prevent and Even Reverse Dementia?


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Prevent and Even Reverse Dementia – Shocking Cause of Dementia (And Ways to Avoid It)

Today, we understand that a person’s genetics and conditions like cardiovascular disease and diabetes are associated with the risk of developing dementia.

But an interesting study in a recent edition of the journal JAMA Network Open reveals a cause that nobody had thought of before.

Yet most of us are at high risk of this cause of dementia.

A team of Taiwanese researchers identified 8,135 people who were newly diagnosed with hearing loss between 2000 and 2011 from the National Health Insurance Research Database of Taiwan. They then found the same number of hearing people with whom to compare them.

Almost all of the subjects were between 54 and 76 years old with an average age of 65.

The question they asked was: how many people from each group will develop dementia between 2000 and 2013?

In the hearing loss group, the rate of dementia was 19.38 per 1000 person-years, compared with 13.98 in the hearing group.

When they crunched the numbers further, they discovered that people with hearing loss had a 17% risk of dementia.

This was especially high for people with hearing loss between the ages of 45 to 64, who had more than twice the risk that their hearing peers had.

40% of people in this age group with hearing loss suffered some level of dementia during the follow-up period.

The researchers were not sure why there is an association between hearing loss and dementia. But despite this finding, hearing loss is not the leading cause of dementia.

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Prevent and Even Reverse Dementia – The Good News About Type 2 Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Connection

Although more than 35 million people suffer from Alzheimer’s diseases, the causes of this heartbreaking and exhausting collection of diseases are little known.

However, a few breakthrough studies reveal a previously unknown link between type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

This connection between these two diseases might offer hope to millions of people to prevent and treat the early onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

The growing evidence supported by recent studies reveal that Alzheimer’s disease could actually be a late stage of type 2 diabetes.

One of the studies showed that animals fed a diet designed to cause type 2 diabetes left their brains damaged with beta-amyloid plaques of protein. The same protein is known to cause Alzheimer’s disease.

The memory problems that are often observed in type 2 diabetes patients are most likely caused by an early onset of Alzheimer’s disease rather than cognitive failure as previously thought.

It’s also been known that insulin plays an important role in memory.

Taking into account these facts, researchers suggest that a type of “brain diabetes” might be a main cause of Alzheimer’s development.

Even though it does not sound good, it is actually great news.

Type 2 diabetes is a lifestyle illness, caused by lack of exercise, poor diet, obesity and stress. It can be treated, avoided and reversed with a few lifestyle changes and the right diet choices.

And as the exiting news from the research shows, if we can prevent type 2 diabetes, we can avoid brain-damaging Alzheimer’s disease.

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Prevent and Even Reverse Dementia – High Blood Pressure Causes Alzheimer’s

Research continues in the field of Alzheimer’s disease prevention, and new information comes to light almost weekly.

While geneticists are looking for pre-programmed links to developing the disease, other scientists have found that lifestyle indicators bear much of the risk as well- and those can actually be controlled.

For instance- there is a very strong link, newly discovered, between Alzheimer’s and high blood pressure.

In a recent study out of VA San Diego Healthcare System, researchers recently confirmed what others had suspected but had no proof of until now. Scientists there found that high blood pressure is directly linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

In the study, scientists looked at health indicators for people aged 55 to 100. What they found was that for those with hypertension in the middle-age group, (defined as age 55-70), a specific biomarker that is tied to Alzheimer’s disease is present. As the vascular damage increases, so does the biomarker.

The study looked at pulse pressure, which is found by subtracting diastolic (bottom) pressure from systolic (top). The higher the pulse pressure was in the participants, the higher the concentration of amyloid beta or p-tau proteins in their spinal fluid.

These are the biomarkers that are found to be responsible for cell death in the brain that leads directly to Alzheimer’s.

Reasons to act immediately to reduce high blood pressure mount almost daily, as the new study reveals. There are easy, drug-free ways to do it that don’t involve dangerous side effects or drastic lifestyle changes.

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How to Deal with Unwanted Anxious Thoughts


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People who experience a high level of anxiety on a regular basis, and those who suffer from frequent panic attacks, often struggle with dealing with unwanted anxious thoughts. These thoughts are typically based on a particular place, situation or thing, and may include worrying about one’s health, fear that a loved one is in trouble, or other fears that limit the person’s ability to make rational decisions.

Unwanted anxious thoughts, sometimes known as intrusive thoughts, can become intrusive to the point that they lead to obsessive compulsive disorder or other disturbances that take away from the person’s quality of life. However, there are several things a person who is dealing with unwanted anxious thoughts can do to curtail the problem. talk more about dealing with this side effect of anxiety in my book Panic Away.

In order to take control over the cycle of anxious thoughts, it’s important to take a two-pronged approach. This involves making a big shift in your attitude, and using certain visualization tools that will help you ‘see’ a positive outcome.

A shift in attitude means you need to accept that the anxiety is there, and then ‘release’ it from your mind. If you focus closely on a certain thought or idea, you’ll see that it connects to a similar thought and you probably jump from one thought to another over the course of the day. If you continually find yourself coming back to a certain negative thought, you need to accept that it’s there until you become desensitized to it.

Your emotional reaction to the thought is literally what is making the thought appear in your mind time and time again. When you can maintain a ‘neutral’ attitude towards it, it will simply disappear from view.

There are several visualization tools you can use to end unwanted anxious thoughts, and one of them involves positive imagery coupled with deep breathing. You can ground yourself and stop the cycle of anxious thoughts completely simply by breathing deeply and enjoying the feeling of safety and security for a few moments.

Herbs for Panic Attacks

When it comes to herbs to help stop panic attacks, there are several options available and it can often be quite confusing when trying to decide which ones to try.

To add to the confusion, several herbal supplements come combined in one remedy and are sold as all-in-one ‘cures for anxiety’. After several years of communicating with people who have used various different herbs for panic attacks, I can recommend two herbal supplements that appear to be effective for reducing panic attacks: Passiflora and Valerian.

Passiflora (Passiflora incarnata) has traditionally been used as a folk remedy for anxiety and insomnia. It contains many active ingredients. The most widely studied of these constituents, maltol and ethymaltol, seem to be responsible for much of the anti-anxiety effects. It works on the physical body, relaxing muscles to reduce tension, which can be particularly effective for people who feel physically tense (e.g. tight shoulders or the sensation of a knotted stomach). People also report good results using this herb to aid sleep. It should not be taken with sedatives unless under medical supervision.

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is believed to have been used for its calming and soothing effects since at least the time of Hippocrates (460-377 BC). Right up until the introduction of prescription sleep medications is was used as a folk remedy for a variety of conditions such as insomnia, nervousness, and headaches. The primary use for valerian today is to treat insomnia, but it is reported to reduce feelings of general anxiety.

The active constituents in Valerian appear to be valerenic acid and valerenal. These compounds have a calming effect because they interact with the neurotransmitter GABA. As with most herbs for panic attacks, it generally takes a few weeks of use to feel the full benefit. Valerian may cause sleepiness or daytime drowsiness and should not be used with other medications for insomnia or anxiety.

It is important to be aware that herbal supplements are not a magic pill to stop panic attacks. In most instances people report only mild improvement and it is not uncommon for folks to feel no benefits at all. Again, you should discuss these or any other herbs with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant or taking any kind of medication.

To learn how to deal with unwanted anxious thoughts, watch this video – How To Stop Intrusive And Obsessive Thoughts

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: How to Deal with Unwanted Anxious Thoughts?

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Symptoms – How to Overcome Anxiety About Doing Something Wrong?


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If you’ve been diagnosed by your doctor with general anxiety disorder, don’t convince yourself that you have a clinical illness—you don’t. This disorder doesn’t mean that you have a physical or mental illness. Your brain is fine, and your body is fine. You’re suffering from a sensitized, anxious state.

You have probably come across this list of generalized anxiety disorder symptoms many times before.

• Nausea
• Dizziness
• Exhaustion
• Vision problems
• Cramps
• Intrusive thoughts
• Feelings of unreality and depression
• Sleep disturbance
• Difficulty concentrating or mind going blank

But what do these symptoms really mean?

When talking generalized anxiety disorder symptoms, we are really talking about fear manifesting in different forms. Fear cuts us off from life. It takes us out of our natural God given flow and into a stagnant state where we feel removed from the world around us.

Imagine life as a fast flowing river heading towards the sea. Fear is an obstruction in that river causing stagnant pools of water, where life no longer flourishes. The manifestation of that fear can be generalized anxiety disorder symptoms.

In order to end these symptoms, you need to remove those obstructions from your life and restore your natural flow.

Things that hold those obstructions in place are things like overreacting to the symptoms of anxiety. Panic Away will teach you exactly that. The more you can learn to not react to the symptoms the more you find yourself in that flow. It involves making very small changes in key areas of your life that will nudge you from fear, back into life.

The Coffee Cup Exercise – How to Overcome Anxiety About Doing Something Wrong?

There’s a fine line between anxiety and feelings of excitement. Instead of robbing you of your confidence and drive, anxiety can actually motivate and excite you. The following exercise demonstrates a simple way to handle the nervous energy you feel.

When you feel anxious, accept the way you are feeling in that moment. Instead of getting upset by the anxiety, decide to turn it to your advantage. You can turn your nervous energy into excitement and stimulation by pretending you have just finished a strong cup of coffee! Just like caffeine, anxiety stimulates your nervous system.

Under its influence your mind is more alert and your body is primed for action, so why not take advantage of all that extra energy buzzing around your system and pretend it is simply the result of a caffeine kick?

If you wake feeling anxious don’t analyze the way you feel, rather decide to let the nervous energy become your new kick-start to the day. Feel how alive and alert your body and mind are because of the anxiety. Now make the most of that nervous energy and use it to drive your day forward.

You could go exercise, clean the house, or get that report written. Do anything at all to channel that energy into something constructive. What you must not do is turn that energy inwards and worry about it. Turing inwards and analyzing the way you feel only creates more anxiety. Instead, push the energy outwards and move with it.

Work in tandem with the nervous energy and what you will find is that it quickly transforms from feelings of fear into excitement.

Why do you think Woody Allen is so creative? He puts all of his nervous energy to great use by being creative. You can, too, by turning what is normally an uncomfortable feeling into a force of motivation and action.

So the next time you feel anxious, simply pretend you have just had a big cup of coffee and then channel that nervous energy to your advantage. This exercise is another example of how a small change in perception can transform the way your anxiety feels.

Credit for the exercise goes to our Panic Away forum moderator, Kasey. It just a small sample of the wonderful inspiration and support you will find on the Panic Away Forum. Full membership to the forum comes with each purchase of Panic Away so why not join today?

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By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: How to Overcome Anxiety About Doing Something Wrong?

How to Cope with Anxiety While Driving?


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Driving Anxiety

One of the more common questions I’m asked is how to cope with anxiety while driving. People have many different fears in this area, ranging from fear of being caught in traffic to crossing waterway bridges.

Often the anxiety stems from a fear of being trapped in the vehicle in gridlock traffic or losing control of the vehicle and causing a collision.

Needless to say, even though they may have been battling a driving phobia for many years, almost all of the people I’ve consulted with have not actually had any of these mishaps occur. Let’s look at the primary fear: having an accident due to the distractions of an anxiety attack while driving.

Most people work themselves into a state of high anxiety even before they’ve pulled out of their driveways. They imagine scenes of causing ten-car collisions on the highway because they “freaked out” and hit another vehicle.

If you have such concerns, the first thing to do is review your driving history. Have you been a reckless driver in the past? Do you have a history of bad driving?

Most phobic drivers actually have clean driving records and have never even been in a minor road incident. Anxious drivers are not a deadly hazard on the road; in fact, they can be a lot more vigilant than many ordinary drivers who, after a long day in the office, are virtually asleep at the wheel.

As we discussed previously when looking at the biology of anxiety, by virtue of their conditions anxious drivers have a high level of sensory alertness. This level of alertness keeps them aware of potential hazards and focused on the task of driving—not daydreaming, chatting, or rooting around in the glove compartment.

This, of course, does not suggest that anxious driving is the ideal way to commute.

But I believe it’s important to make this point because so many chastise themselves for being anxious in their cars.

If you’re generally a good driver, before you set out in your car take confidence in that fact, and reaffirm it to yourself. Acknowledging and reaffirming that you’re a capable driver will go some way toward alleviating this concern.

The second major concern of most phobic drivers is the fear of being trapped in the car in some manner. By this, I mean being caught in traffic, on busy three-lane highways, on long bridges, or even stopped at red lights.

When allowed to, your mind will run away with this fear and imagine all kinds of deadly scenarios where you feel cornered or trapped in your vehicle with no assistance available should you experience a major panic attack.

The important thing here is to curb these fears before they take root, by offering yourself viable solutions to any of these scenarios and not letting your mind trick you into believing there’s a trap ahead.

Give it some thought. Are there really any situations, such as the ones described above, where you’re truly trapped with no means of escape?

No, of course there aren’t.

Eventually, traffic always moves; it doesn’t remain gridlocked forever. There’s flow, and there’s always an exit. This may mean figuring out the exit for yourself, but never let these thoughts corner you into thinking that there’s no escape.

When you counteract these fears with logical solutions, you undermine the control that fear holds over you. You begin to see the bluff it’s playing to keep you petrified of what could potentially happen out there in the traffic.

Your mind may rebel and come up with the worst possible scenario that you may get “stuck in”—but again, is this really the terrifying trap you imagined? Be careful not to let these thoughts trap your thinking.

Every minute of the day, people’s cars break down in traffic. These drivers have no option but to put on the hazard lights and leave the vehicle. It’s not going anywhere.

There you are, and there’s an exit, albeit an extreme one; however, by using my technique, it never needs to come to that. In fact, you’re going to learn how driving can actually be an enjoyable experience once again.

To learn how to cope with anxiety while driving, watch this video – How to overcome driving anxiety

Learn more about Panic Away here.

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: How to Cope with Anxiety While Driving?

How to end fear of flying?


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Flying is often an anxious experience for the average person, so it’s understandable that it poses a difficult challenge for a person with high anxiety and frequent panic attacks.

I’m going to demonstrate how to apply the 21 Second Countdown to conquer a fear of flying—so you’ll feel confident and safe within yourself while flying both long and short distances.

Most people who suffer from panic attacks generally don’t fear a mechanical failure in the aircraft, but rather a failure within themselves (i.e., an out-of-control episode of sheer panic while flying).

This is because people who experience panic attacks feel like they’re walking around with an internal bomb that could go off at any moment, sending them into a downward spiral of panic.

If this “internal bomb” goes off in a safe place, such as the home, it’s much easier to deal with because that environment is a safe zone in the person’s mind. Being thirty thousand feet in the air creates the dilemma of not feeling safe and comfortable in the environment.

An element of claustrophobia also often manifests itself with fear of flying. The person experiencing the anxiety frequently feels a need for more open space or somewhere to hide and be alone, away from other people.

If you’re affected by airplane anxiety, your initial attitude when you book your flight is important. Be excited that you have this opportunity. Remind yourself that while on the plane, you’ll have new techniques on hand to help you overcome your fear and enable you to fly to far away destinations.

Don’t worry—you’ll be perfectly safe on board.

Often, a carefree flight begins the night before. Try to ensure that you get some good rest before your departure. Fatigue can cause excess stress. On the day of the flight organize your schedule as best as possible, ensuring there’s no hassle getting to the airport, passing through customs, etc.

You can do this by giving yourself plenty of time. There’s no point in adding more stress to an already nervous trip simply because you have to rush through the airport at the last minute.

As you board the airplane, reaffirm the fact that should the anxiety manifest itself, it won’t damage you. As you’ve always done in the past, you’ll move through a period of anxiety unharmed, and being in an airplane doesn’t mean that you’re in a situation where these thoughts don’t apply. So here’s your new approach to flying.

You board the plane, not in the hope that you’ll feel relaxed and calm, but in the hope that you will experience the anxiety and have an opportunity to process it.

As always, the real trick to making this approach fully effective is to completely throw yourself into the experience. If you hold a thought that all feelings or sensations of anxiety are bad, then that will only terrify you more and make you feel less positive about flying.

Allow yourself to feel anxious and expect you will probably feel anxious some time before the flight.

Capt. Tom Bunn of the SOAR fear of flying course recommends anxious flyers should not hide their anxiety from the crew and to, in fact, request a short meeting with the pilot during boarding. He suggests that just a simple hello and a few words with the pilot can erase a large percentage of the fearful flyer’s anxiety.

Now take your seat and if you’re not feeling any of the familiar anxious sensations, ask them to make themselves felt while the rest of the passengers board. If the sensations are there, you want them to reveal themselves. You can do this because you’re not hiding or running away from them. You’re not sitting in your seat praying that they don’t appear.

Remember how you reacted before when they started becoming apparent? Most likely, you started to get anxious and thought about how being on a plane was the last place in the world you wanted to be. Those thoughts grew in momentum until you scared yourself witless, and this was even before the main cabin door was closed.

If, on the other hand, you feel nothing alarming, that’s fine. Begin to distract yourself with a magazine, a book, or music. But, to be sure, check your feelings regularly to see if there’s anything anxious lingering in the background.

By expecting that you may have a panic attack, you place yourself under less pressure when you start to feel anxious. There is a voice inside us that, when alerted to a potential panic attack, screams one of two things:

Please, God, not now. I can’t cope with this here. Red alert!

. . . or the positive and empowering

There you are. I was expecting you to show up. Well, show me what you’ve got. I’m ready, waiting, you have got 21 seconds.

So if you feel the beginnings of a panic attack, that’s fine. You were never trying to run away from it; in fact, you were hoping it would emerge so you could move through it.

The more you really demand to have an attack during the flight, the more empowered and confident you’ll feel in yourself. It can sometimes help to become a bit emotional or excited with the fear when you demand it to show itself, because this helps the emotions to release and flow. You may experience a hot flush when this happens.

It is expected to experience a rush of adrenaline on take-off; notice that it has a wavelike effect. It courses through your body—and if you pay close attention, you’ll feel it pass quickly, in twenty or thirty seconds.

Nothing to fear here. After it passes, confidence returns—until the next wave comes, and the next, until eventually you notice the pattern. And, by not reacting, the effect on you is nothing more than bodily sensations minus the panic.

To learn how to end the fear of flying, watch this video – End your fear of flying forever FOREVER | MEL ROBBINS

Learn more about how to treat anxiety in Panic Away.

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: How to End the Fear of Flying ?

What is the Best Way to Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good?


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Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good – These Flavonoids Cure Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids can be painful, really painful.

But traditional treatments for hemorrhoids can be almost as painful as the hemorrhoids themselves. And have been proven very ineffective.

This led a team of Indian, Thai, and Russian scientists to review previously published studies on the ability of micronized purified flavonoid fractions, or MPFFs, to address hemorrhoids.

They found only 11 studies that were rigorous enough to be included in their analysis. These studies compared people who took micronized purified flavonoid fractions (MPFF) with people who either took a placebo or no medication at all.

The hemorrhoid symptoms they specifically wanted to know about were bleeding, pain, itchiness, discharge, and overall improvement.

Most of the 11 studies relied on the hemorrhoid sufferers’ own reports to evaluate the improvement of symptoms. According to most of these self-report-based studies, subjects reported an improvement in all the symptoms listed above.

Four of the studies they surveyed relied on medical specialists’ examinations and reports to assess improvements. These studies showed that MPFFs could reduce pain, bleeding, and discharge and bring about overall improvement.

So, what is a micronized purified flavonoid fraction treatment?

Flavonoids are natural substances that occur in foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, dark chocolate, and red wine.

The MPFFs that have been found to be particularly useful for the treatment of hemorrhoids are diosmin and a combination of other flavonoids called hesperidin.

Diosmin constitutes 90% of these medications. That is the form of MPFFs evaluated in the studies the scientists reviewed.

Diosmin is a natural substance found primarily in citrus fruits, especially in the peels. It has been heavily studied for its effects on conditions like hemorrhoids and varicose veins, both conditions in which blood flow in the veins in your lower body is compromised.

Scientists think that it exercises its effects by blocking the action of chemicals like prostaglandins and thromboxane A2. When these are too active, veins become inflamed, swollen, and blood flow becomes impaired.

By inhibiting them, diosmin allows blood flow to improve and veins to recover.

This shows that hemorrhoids can be drastically improved, even cured using natural methods. But flavonoids are only one piece of the puzzle. To completely get rid of your hemorrhoids for good (as soon as today), follow the simple steps explained here…

Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good – Does Aloe Vera Help for Hemorrhoids? (Surprise!)

If you read Amazon reviews, you would think that aloe vera is particularly effective as a hemorrhoid treatment. But do the positive reviews match the scientific literature on the topic?

We put this question to a test and reviewed three studies on the subject.

You will be surprised to learn that almost no studies have been performed to test the effectiveness of aloe vera as a hemorrhoid treatment.

This is unfortunate, as aloe vera has been tested on aspects of skin care that may aid its usefulness in hemorrhoid care.

The closest was an article published on scientific journal databases in 2019 that directly address the question of whether aloe vera cream worked as a hemorrhoid treatment.

This study was not published in a journal, however, and probably not peer-reviewed.

The British/Iraqi pharmacological scientist applied the aloe vera cream to hemorrhoids induced in rats and compared it with a placebo and linseed oil.

He found that the aloe vera did work, but that the linseed oil worked better to combat the collection of blood in the rectal tissue, to counter the inflammation, and to restore the cells back to normal.

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine published a study in 2010 in which the scientists tested the use of aloe vera on post-hemorrhoidectomy pain and wound care. While the study had only 49 subjects, it was peer-reviewed, and a strong randomized, blind, placebo-controlled trial.

The scientists concluded that the aloe vera clearly had pain-relieving properties during rest and defecation, and that it accelerated wound healing at the surgical site.

The European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences also published a contribution to the literature in 2014 in which the authors tested aloe vera on chronic anal fissure pain, wound healing, and bleeding. This was also a strong, well-designed double-blind clinical trial and also peer-reviewed.

They found that, compared with the placebo (fake treatment), the aloe vera was much faster in healing the anal fissures that had been chronic and resistant to other treatments, relieving pain, and limiting the amount of bleeding.

Therefore, in the absence of definite scientific literature that would confirm its effectiveness as a hemorrhoid treatment, you can do worse than to try an aloe vera gel, as it does have anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, blood clotting, and wound healing properties.

Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good – But there are much more effective natural ways to heal hemorrhoids completely. In fact, you just need to change two bad hemorrhoid habits to experience drastic results within days. I’ll explain this in detail here….

Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good – Horrifying Hemorrhoids Method Studied

Many people with hemorrhoids do not try to treat their hemorrhoids at home.

They rush straight to a doctor’s office where, more likely than not, they will be offered a treatment called rubber band ligation.

Tunisian scientists have just published a study in the journal Endoscopy in which they explored the short- and long-term effects of this treatment.

The results were quite horrifying.

Rubber band ligation is a procedure that your doctor carries out in his or her office.

The doctor ties a tight rubber band around the base of the hemorrhoid that cuts off its blood flow. If all goes well, the hemorrhoid dries up, falls off within a week or two, and is gone.

If, however, you need several hemorrhoids removed, or if they are unusually large or painful, you may need to visit a clinic as an outpatient and receive a local, topical, or general anesthetic.

Doctors also usually recommend that you take a weak laxative during this period to prevent constipation and hard stools. They often also recommend that you have a relative or friend at home to help with tasks that require a lot of movement or effort that can be painful or add pressure to your rectal area.

The authors of the Endoscopy study identified 37 patients who had undergone this procedure and examined their medical records stretching over approximately five years.

These records included their demographic, treatment, and clinical data.

The average age of their subjects was 46 years. Among the participants, 70 percent had grade 2 internal hemorrhoids, while 30 percent had internal grade 3 hemorrhoids.

Before the treatment, 32 of the 37 patients reported rectal bleeding, a condition that medical scientists call rectorrhagia. 17 reported proctalgia, a condition that involves muscle spasms around the anal area as well as severe episodic pain. A further 12 of them reported suffering from constipation.

Each patient had to undergo an average of four ligation sessions.

After the procedure, 5 of the subjects experienced rectorrhagia, 11 experienced severe pain, 5 required analgesics, and 3 developed blood clots.

This sounds like a pretty no-fun effect—and sometimes even worse than the treatment itself.

To find out how to completely get rid of your hemorrhoids for good, watch this video –Hemorrhoids | Piles | How To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids | Hemorrhoids Treatment

Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good – Fortunately, there are easier and simpler natural methods to heal hemorrhoids for good. In fact, you only need to change two bad hemorrhoids habits to eliminate the problem in days. I’ll explain these two habits here . . . .

This post is from the Hemorrhoids Healing Protocol Guide. It is a 3-week plan to get rid of hemorrhoids permanently. As per the creator Scott Davis, the issue of hemorrhoids can be tackled by taking care of two habits. The first habit is food which is directly related to our digestion and bowel movement. The food we eat has its medical benefits and healing properties.

Hemorrhoid mechanism works around unhealthy bowel movement, weak blood vessels, and inflammation according to the Hemorrhoids Healing Protocol review. Many foods are known to relieve and remove hemorrhoids permanently.

In the Hemorrhoids Healing Protocol guide, a list of foods and the plan on how and when to consume is mentioned very clearly. The second habit is related to exercise. Exercises that will nurture the healthy bowel and relieve hemorrhoids are mentioned in this guide. It is nothing related to heavy exercises; it is something to be done with sitting and lying down.

To find out more about this program, click on Completely Get Rid of Your Hemorrhoids for Good