How to overcome anxiety?
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is an uncomfortable psychologic condition ranging from mild unease to intense fear. Though some anxiety is normal but higher levels of anxiety may lead to significant problems.
What are the Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety?
Anxiety is often accompanied by a variety of symptoms. The common symptoms are:
• Heart palpitations (awareness of a more forceful or faster heartbeat)
• Throbbing or stabbing pains
• A feeling of tightness
• Inability to take in enough air
Anxiety can cause stiffness in the back and neck muscles, too, which often leads to pain in the back and muscle cramps. Other symptoms include excessive sweating, dryness of mouth, dizziness, digestion issues, and increased bowel movement.
People with anxiety generally have a constant feeling that something bad is going to happen; a chronic or fatal disease. This happens due to a belief that is reflected by the symptoms of anxiety. Restlessness may lead to trouble in sleeping throughout the night.
What Causes Anxiety?
Both kind of factors; physical and psychological, can lead to anxiety. Like;
• Extreme stress
• Stimulants like caffeine
• Increased lactic acid level in the blood
Are Overthinking and Anxiety interlinked?
When a person overthinks, the brain consumes more glucose than a normal routine. This may lead to a hypoglycemic condition; when blood sugar levels go below the normal range, to which our body produces “adrenaline”, a hormone that signals the liver to release the stored glucose. This process results in low blood pressure and sweaty hands which can ultimately lead to anxiety.
Which Dietary Factors are Important in Anxiety?
Several dietary factors like; caffeine, sugar, B vitamins deficiency, low levels of calcium or magnesium, alcohol, and food allergies, can lead to anxiety by raising lactic acid levels. Switching caffeine, sugar, alcohol, or any food that may cause an allergic reaction with foods that are high in B vitamins, calcium, and magnesium, will be quite effective in lowering the lactic acid levels. In some cases, anxiety is overcome by eliminating just caffeine. The diet should be rich in;
• Leafy vegetables
• Whole grains
• Sesame seeds
• Dairy products
Which Nutritional Supplements Should I Take for Anxiety?
1. Nuroton (Capsules)
This dietary supplement contains essential components to produce a relaxing hormone, serotonin. It contains 5-HTP (hydroxytryptophan), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), and Vitamin B6 which are involved in the metabolism of serotonin which ultimately helps to reduce anxiety and depression. Adults can use this dietary supplement.
2. Sleep Well (Capsules)
As mentioned earlier, anxiety can cause sleeplessness in a person which can be a disturbing factor. Nutrifactor’s Sleep Well is a dietary supplement that contains Melatonin and the Extracts of Valerian Root, Chamomile Flower, and Passion Flower. All these ingredients are helpful in promoting good sleep, relieving anxiety, and overcoming depression.
Anxiety is not a disease itself, but it may lead to several diseases. It is all in the mind whether to live healthy or to live in total despair. It can be difficult but one with strong determination can get through it.
- blood pressure
- Chamomile Flower
- Dairy products
- Dietary Factors
- dietary supplement
- dryness of mouth
- Extracts of Valerian Root
- food allergies
- Heart palpitations
- lactic acid
- Leafy vegetables
- Passion Flower
- Sesame seeds
- Sleep Well
- Stress and Anxiety
- sweaty hands