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How Do I Use Inositol for anxiety?

A: To properly use inositol for anxiety, you should start at a lower dosage and monitor how your body responds; if necessary, you can take as much as 16,000–18,000 mg (16–18 g) per day. Inositol is naturally present in many foods, including beans, nuts, cantaloupes, and wheat, but the amount of inositol from these sources is minimal. Most people who take inositol for anxiety treatment get their daily intake from a dietary supplement, either in tablet or powder form. Once you have found the right dosage for your body, inositol is typically taken in smaller doses throughout the day to maintain calmness and prevent extreme bursts of anxiety. Inositol is also known as vitamin B8. It...


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What Are the Different Types of Hypnotism for anxiety?

A: Medical hypnotism is a tool that may be used by licensed health professionals to treat anxiety. Hypnotism is often believed to change a personís state of awareness, therefore making them more open to medical advice and suggestions. Examples of hypnotism for anxiety may include conversational, self-induced and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques. Each of these works slightly differently to produce a more desirable response to anxiety-causing situations. Sleep therapy may be an effective way to reduce the symptoms of anxiety and improve oneís sleep quality. Clinical hypnotism may be used to produce a momentary change in a personís perception or awareness. Trained doctors,...


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Is there any home remedies for anxiety?

A: When choosing the right natural home remedy for anxiety or panic attacks, it is important that the person is well aware of all available options. A number of natural herbs, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids are advertised and sold as effective and safe anxiety remedies, however most of these herbs are unproven in medical science. Some natural home remedies however, have been shown to be efficient in relieving anxiety and stress. It is important that people who wish to quell anxiety attacks search for the right natural anxiety remedy, and educate oneself on focusing on such products that have been supported by substantial clinical research. Proven home remedies for...
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diagnosed with anxiety

A: Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum! The symptoms could be exacerbation of the GERD. treatment is a combination of drugs to reduce the acid and lifestyle changes. You will need to take a combination of medications (under medical supervision) like a proton pump inhibitor such as omeprazole empty stomach in the morning and an antacid gel after meals for complete relief. Possibility of H pylori infection too should be looked into by a carbon urea breath test and a combination antibiotic tried. Many a times a persisting H pylori infection can be the cause behind acidity not responding to treatment. Life style changes that will help include: Avoid heavy meals and eat frequent small meals. Avoid too much of caffeine, tea,...


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anxiety cures

A: Home remedies for anxiety.  A mild tranquillizer such as the Passion flower is calming and highly recommended. You will benefit from a full-body oil massage as it helps reduce anxiety. You could use sesame, Sunflower, coconut or corn oil for the massage. Take 6 - 7 ounces of warm oil and rub the oil all over your body. It is advisable if you use this therapy in the morning before bathing. However if you experience high levels of anxiety, you can try this at any point in the day. If the anxiety is coupled with a fast heart rate or palpitations.  You will find relief by drinking a glass of orange juice. Put 1 teaspoon of honey and pinch of nut meg in one cup of orange juice. A...
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What are some alternative therapies to treat anxiety?

A: The following are some of alternative medicine''s offerings for anxiety treatment: -Aromatherapy - Essential oils from lavender, marjoram, and benzoin may be helpful. -Qigong - Exercise and mental techniques, part of traditional Chinese medicine, can improve breathing and reduce stress. -Bodywork - Massage, dance therapy, and other forms of bodywork can reduce stress and improve the sense of well-being. -Creative Visualization and Guided Imagery - Mental exercises can bring a relaxed state similar to that of hypnotherapy. -Biofeedback Training - Several types of biofeedback, including finger pulse and electrodermal activity, can teach a person to prevent panic and anxiety attacks. Training is typically coupled with...
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Can I add B-50 to Wellbutrin for anxiety?

A: The use of some over-the-counter vitamin and herbal supplements, with regard to certain medical conditions, is often based on theory and not always thoroughly tested in humans. Therefore safety and effectiveness is not always proven, although B complex vitamins are generally considered safe in normal healthy patients. B vitamins are not fat-soluble, which means that the body does not store excess Vitamin B, unlike Vitamins A, D, E, and K, which can be toxic. Instead, B vitamins are generally eliminated by the body and do not accumulate. B-50 is a combination of B vitamins including thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), folic acid (vitamin B9), cyanocobolamine (vitamin B12), biotin (vitamin B7), and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)....


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Family fighting, anxiety acting up. Help please?

A: just come and live with me, i''ll treat u good <~~~ and i dont mean perverted too =) First of all you need to get out of there. if your old enough, get a hotel room for the night soak in a bath with some nice music and candles. Spend a little money on a nice dinner and treat yourself. dont let that stuff bother you STAY AWAY FROM THEM !!! for as long as you feel stressed. then when you calm down insert your self among them at small intervals. go home and if they are still at it lock yourself in your room and turn up some music. things will calm down dont worry. go home tell them that if they don''t stop you are gonna become an alcoholic Omg, poor you! Try getting out of the house as much as possible. I recommend treating yourself to spa days, makeovers, yoga, meditations, shopping...


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I to suffer from what the doctors tell me I have Is anxiety...Looking to switch meds.

A: Thank you for your question and welcome to anxietyConnection.com.   It is impossible to say what is a good medicine and what is not. Each person reacts differently to medications, so what may work for one person, may not work for someone else. Sometimes, it is a matter of trial and error to find the medication and dosage that works best for you.   I am also providing you with some links to additional information on treating anxiety:   Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Overview   10 Reasons to Consider Cognitive Behavioral Therapy   Treating anxiety through Exercise   anxiety treatment Overview    I hope...


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How can herbal medicine treat anxiety?

A: Several herbs can act on the nervous system, bringing on states of tranquility and relaxation. Others can relax tense muscles, soothe an upset stomach, ease stress-related headaches, or encourage sound sleeping. Kava kava, a proud member of the pepper family, can ease muscle tension and induce calm feelings. It''s available in capsule and tincture form. Skullcap, an herb used extensively in Native American medicine, might ease emotional tension and headaches, and also improve sleep. It''s commonly used in capsule form, served as a tea (made with fresh skullcap), or delivered as a tincture. For most people, Valerian root has a calming, sleep-inducing effect. (A few people experience the opposite.) It should be taken in small doses before bedtime. It can be drank as a tea made with fresh or...
 
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