ANXIETY-CAUSE-SYMPTOMS-AND-TREATMENTS Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave and can cause physical symptoms.

Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying.

These disorders affect how we feel and behave and can cause physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can seriously affect day-to-day living.

WHAT IS ANXIETY?

  • Anxiety is a feeling of nervousness, apprehension, fear, or worry. Some fears and worries are justified, such as worry about a loved one or in anticipation of taking a quiz, test, or other examination. Problem anxiety interferes with the sufferer’s ability to sleep or otherwise function.
  • Anxiety can be accompanied by a variety of physical symptoms. Most commonly, these symptoms are related to the heart, lungs, nervous, and gastrointestinal systems. You may have upset stomach, diarrhea, trouble breathing, feel as if you may faint or are having a heart attack.

CAUSES:

Forms of mental illness, they stem from a combination of things, including changes in your brain and environmental stress, and even your genes. The disorders can run in families and could be linked to faulty circuits in the brain that control fear and other emotions.

WHAT ARE ANXIETY SYMPTOMS?

Behaving in an overly apprehensive manner creates the physiological, psychological, and emotional state of anxiety. Anxiety activates the stress response, which stresses the body. A body that becomes overly stressed can exhibit symptoms of stress.

So anxiety symptoms are actually symptoms of stress. They are called anxiety symptoms because behaving apprehensively is the main source of the stress that overly stresses the body, which then, causes the body to exhibit symptoms.

SEVERAL TYPES OF ANXIETY DISORDERS EXIST:

Panic disorder –  involves repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense anxiety and fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes (panic attacks). You may have feelings of impending doom, shortness of breath, chest pain, or a rapid, fluttering or pounding heart (heart palpitations). These panic attacks may lead to worrying about them happening again or avoiding situations in which they’ve occurred.

Acute stress disorder – diagnosed when anxiety symptoms occur immediately following a trauma, but is short-lived.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – PTSD is the type of disorder that develops in people after they get through an immensely stressful situation or setting, like being in combat, surviving a car crash, childhood abuse, or even being a victim of sexual violence. Some of the symptoms of PTSD are:

  • Re-experiencing the trauma through flashbacks and nightmares
  • Extreme depression and anxiety
  • Feeling of detachment

Social anxiety disorder (social phobia) – Involves high levels of anxiety, fear and avoidance of social situations due to feelings of embarrassment, self-consciousness and concern about being judged or viewed negatively by others.

AYURVEDIC TREATMENT:

  • Take grated fresh coconut 10g, paste of 2-3 almonds (soaked for 6 to 7 hours and peeled), powdered fennel seeds 5g, black pepper powder 2g, and powdered rock candy or raw sugar 20g. Mix all the ingredients and drink with saffron milk. To prepare saffron milk, soak 5 to 6 threads of saffron in one teaspoon of milk for 5 to 6 hours. Chew well and eat.
  • Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri): Best herbs for anxiety and panic attacks Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri), native to India, is another herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used for hundreds of years to treat anxiety and cognitive function. Brahmi improves impulse transmission between nerve cells in the brain.
  • Drop basil leaves juice in the nostrils to soothe brain and used as Ayurvedic treatment for it.
  • Orange juice + honey are used as Ayurveda for the disorder as well as to lessen heart beat.
  • Grind almond + Milk + Saffron + Ginger + Nutmeg also help in calming down.
  • Get exercise. Setting up an exercise routine to follow most or all days of the week can help reduce your stress and anxiety. If you are normally sedentary, start off with just a few activities and continue adding more over time.
  • Try relaxation and stress management techniques. Taking meditation, repeating a mantra, practicing visualization techniques, and doing yoga can all promote relaxation and reduce anxiety.