5 Natural Ways To Help Anxiety Be a Thing of the Past

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Medication shouldn’t be your first stop if you suffer from anxiety disorders. There are many natural remedies that can help relieve stress and greatly reduce the number of anxiety attacks you get. Some of these techniques are very easy to do, and most items like herbal teas are inexpensive. So before you decide you’re all set for a trip to the doctor, try out these natural remedies for anxiety first.

Wash away your fears.
One of the most tried and tested ways to soothe frayed nerves is to soak in a warm bath. Those who suffer from anxiety will feel much more at ease if they add a bit of lavender oil before getting into the bath. Lavender has been known to have a calming effect for more than two millennia so there’s no doubt you’ll feel much better after using it. If you have no time to take a long bath, you can rub a bit of lavender oil on your forehead and temples while sitting or lying down for a few minutes. It’ll make all the difference in the world.

  • Milk is anti-anxiety magic!

Though milk is known for helping troubled sleepers, it can also de-stress and help ease tension. It’s because milk contains an amino acid that helps produce serotonin, a brain chemical that makes people feel happy. It is probably the most convenient anxiety natural treatment available in your home.

  • Slow down and deepen your breathing.

Of all the natural ways to relieve anxiety this one is one people wear by. To quickly control your anxiety, take a seat somewhere and breathe deep. Place one hand on your abdomen and inhale slowly. Make sure that when you inhale, your belly expands under your hand but don’t let your shoulders rise. Keep your breath still for around five seconds then slowly exhale. Repeat this pattern until you feel better.

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