Start by learning more about anxiety disorders; make note of your symptoms of anxiety. Then you can have a sensible discussion with a physician to determine the best course of action for you.
Anxiety medications work for some people better than others. Many people don't like the side effects of anxiety medications. Carefully discuss what your doctor is prescribing you and do research to learn more on your own.
You may find that with some cognitive restructuring, you may not need medications, or that you may only need them for a short time.
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is highly touted as being successful for anxiety sufferers. Learn more in the gold box below about REBT and how it may help you.
If you suffer from anxiety attacks, social anxiety disorder (SAD), general anxiety disorder (GAD), performance anxiety, or other anxiety disorders you can be helped from counseling. By listening in to your self-talk, and changing somewhat how you say things to yourself, you can help dissipate your anxiety symptoms.
Remember that there is no single anxiety drug nor is there a magical anti-anxiety medication. But with proper diagnosis and learning more about anxiety disorders you can discover anxiety help. A Fresh Perspective on Panic >
Often misdiagnosed or mislabeled as stress, anxiety comes in many forms:
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD),
- Panic Disorder (panic attacks/anxiety attacks),
- Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD), phobias, and fears.
Non-drug therapy includes Herbal Supplements known to help with anxiety disorders, regular exercise, healthy diet, and a healthy attitude.
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