As the new year rings in, you may hear people talking about the new year resolutions by resolving to cut out negative feelings from their mind, overcome their fears, and avoid self-criticism, loneliness, sadness, frustration, disappointment, rejection, from self-doubts, or embarrassment that they may be experiencing. However, negative emotions may be impossible to avoid.

Anxiety is a normal emotion, but, if someone is constantly worried and the anxiety is disproportionate in regards to the situations, then it becomes a medical disorder.

The person’s anxiety may show as a vague sense of worry, stress, and, also, in the form of physical symptoms. The following are the common symptoms that the people who are suffering from anxiety disorder experience.

  • Feeling nervous
  • Restlessness or tension
  • A lack of confidence
  • Avoiding activities or events
  • Struggling to be attentive
  • Difficulty in concentrating other than present worry
  • Inability to cope up with uncertainty
  • Worried about situations or events or over planning for situations and events
  • Crying and difficulty in managing emotions.
  • Having high expectations from self, defiance, and other challenging behaviors
  • Uncontrollable anger
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Pain, such as headaches & stomachaches

Severe anxiety episodes may be associated with perspiration, palpitation, breathing rapidly, increased heart rate, and tremors. Feeling weak and tired, restlessness and irritability are other symptoms of severe anxiety. The patients of anxiety disorder may suffer from social shyness, a lack of motivation, and constant negative thinking.

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Types of Anxiety:

Anxiety presents itself in many different ways, and the most common types are listed below.

  1. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD):

In GAD, there is not one particular stressor, as the person worries about many different things, such as matters related to family, work health, money, and many others, and anticipate disasters. It is an ongoing worry and anxiety that prevail on most days over a long period.

  1. Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD):

The people suffering from social anxiety disorder experience the fear of social situations involving interaction, fear of being criticized or humiliated, being negatively judged by the people, and being embarrassed. The distressed feeling of being watched while doing anything comes under social anxiety disorder.

  1. Specific Phobias:

Extreme irrational fear of particular events or situations, such as the phobia of heights, water, or that of seeing blood come under the specific phobia that patients of anxiety disorder may experience. The patients may also suffer from situational fears, such as going in elevators, airplanes, and similar others.

  1. Panic Disorder:

An intense and sudden episode of anxiety which an individual experiences spontaneously without any apparent cause and that, most of the time, triggers several physical symptoms is called panic disorder.

Other conditions where anxiety is present is obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

According to the research, despite the high pressure of anxiety, it is estimated that approximately 20% of patients receive some type of treatment. There are different types of treatments for anxiety, and numerous techniques of psychotherapy can help treat different degrees and presentations of anxiety.

Based on our rich experience under the guidance of Dr. Rajesh Shah, MD, who has under his care patients from over 180 countries, at Life Force, I will share with you some insights on the Homeopathic treatment of Anxiety neurosis.

Anxiety neurosis can be effectively treated with homeopathy. Dr. Rajesh Shah’s homeopathic treatment comprises his research-based medicines, that work incredibly, no matter whether they are prescribed as stand-alone or in association with the conventional medicines. Dr. Shah’s research-based medicines have international patients, and they offer you outstanding health benefits. Homeopathic medicines are harmless and do not lead to drug dependency.

By using homeopathy, we aim to relieve you of the anxiety state and panic attacks and help you benefit from a sense of well-being and enjoy adequate sleep. If you are on conventional medicines, then, initially, you will have to continue them, as suddenly stopping them may lead to withdrawal symptoms. With homeopathic medicines, the need to have conventional anti-anxiety medicines will minimize and you may be able to even taper it off so much so that you will stop having them eventually. Severe and disabled cases may benefit from psychotropic drugs in combination with psychological treatment.

People often consider anxiety as a negative emotion, but one of the most powerful things anxiety does is harness focus. It gives us the boost we need to step up our performance. However, if anxiety is out of proportion to the situations or events, it is very important to seek the support early and rectify the anxiety at an early stage, as a toll of anxiety increases the person’s risk of being a victim of psychiatric illnesses, such as depression, OCD, and others. So, if you or someone you know is going through anxiety, kindly get in touch with us.

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