I have taken Xanax before a few times around 2005-2009 when I was experiencing stress symptoms such as heart palpitations. It only gave temporary relief, and it caused me to experience mild withdrawal symptoms after that.
I learnt that natural remedies to anxiety, stomach tightness and
insomnia, such as chamomile tea, may help. You can read more about
its health benefits in this Natural News article. http://www.naturalnews.com/034454_chamom…
Drinking more water may help too, since water is a great "anxiety quencher", according to a holistic health website. http://www.freedrinkingwater.com/water-e…
Try taking naps in the afternoon if you do not have enough sleep at
night. I usually take naps in the afternoon to catch up on sleep if I
have not slept well the night before. Napping is a good way to catch up
on rest and promote overall health and wellbeing.
Last but not least, you could get a thyroid test done because anxiety
attacks could well be due to an overactive or underactive thyroid gland.
I learnt that someone who has hyperthyroidism can manage the disorder
by monitoring his diet (like avoiding gluten, processed soy, eggs,
sugar; and eating anti-inflammatory foods and cruciferous vegetables),
taking Vitamin D supplements (or getting natural Vitamin D from
sunshine) and avoiding environmental toxins.
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"The researchers then conducted a similar experiment with another set of people. Rather than taking walks between the rounds of testing, these subjects simply looked at photographs of either calm rural scenes or busy urban ones. The results were the same. The people who looked at pictures of nature scenes were able to exert substantially stronger control over their attention, while those who looked at city scenes showed no improvement in their attentiveness. “In sum,” concluded the researchers, “simple and brief interactions with nature can produce marked increases in cognitive control.” Spending time in the natural world seems to be of “vital importance” to “effective cognitive functioning.”
It is interesting to note that besides going to Nature areas, having pictures of nature scenes in our environment can help us calm our minds and have stronger control over our attention. Recently, I decided to paste a photo of Nature scenery in my bedroom wall, and I would look at the picture of green vegetation and I find that it helps to soothe my eyes and calm my mind.
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