Anxiety Cures: Are They Real?

Anxiety Cures
Anxiety Cures

Anxiety Cures, The Real Deal

Yes, anxiety cures are real.  But a word of warning…please, always consult a doctor first before trying any type of cures. There are some “anxiety treatment” out there that may be harmful to you.  It is always better to be safe than sorry. Below are some of the easiest to follow “anxiety cures” you will ever find.


Anxiety is a universal condition experienced almost by everyone.  In general it is a very unpleasant feeling or mood.  It is usually associated with apprehension, fear, worry and uneasiness brought about by numerous factors or stimuli.  Worrying is normal .  This simply shows you care about something. It can also help you in a way that it spurs you to look for answer or solutions about the thing you worry about.  But if you worry too much,  it debilitate you  from doing your normal daily routine.  It affects your overall performance at work, the way you socialize and your general outlook in life.  It  then becomes a problem of its own.

Physical manifestation of anxiety includes general weakness, heart palpitations and shortness of breath, fatigue, chess pain, headache, restlessness, nausea and vomiting.  In severe cases, loss of appetite and difficulty to get asleep are also noted.

Before you seek out professional help here are some basic anxiety cures you can try that might help you cope with your anxiety attacks and overcome it.

When you feel you are about to have an anxiety attack, sit down,  take a deep breath and tell yourself to calm down.  Moving around, pacing back and forth can actually increase your anxiety levels. Look up and scan the ceiling.  This can actually help improve the blood circulation in your head.

Take long deep breath in between.  Deep breathing has a calming effect and help you to relax your tensed muscles.  If you can elevate your feet and extend all your limbs to facilitate circulation of fully oxygenated blood all over your body.

Anxiety Cures Dos And Don’t

Avoid alcohol and nicotine at all costs.  Some people maintain that they have soothing and calming effects.  This is not true.  It only masks anxiety, never truly relieving you from it.  When the effects of alcohol and nicotine wears off, you will see that your levels of anxiety increases every time.   This also leads to addiction.  Another thing you have to avoid, if you have anxiety attacks, is caffeine.  Caffeine is a stimulant and it can actually trigger anxiety attacks.

Once you have settled and relaxed, drink a glass of warm water.  Warm water help relax your tensed muscles in the throat and chest.  This also facilitates digestion and can actually relieve stomach ache caused by an anxiety attack.

Go to a quiet and peaceful place or corner in your home.  Turn on a soothing music that will help you relax and forget things for a moment.  Soothing music can actually relax the senses and reorganize your thoughts.

Several anxiety attacks are triggered by emotions.  Emotions are very powerful.  Learning how to harness it and to channel it to positivity can help minimize anxiety attacks.  In addition, having control over your emotions will help you avoid making any hasty decisions or move that can aggravate things.

An anxiety attack is a combination of psychological, physical and emotional conditions that brings forth a general unpleasant feeling.  Anxiety cures are available, but if these simple cures fail to alleviate the discomfort you feel,  it would be best to seek out professional medical help to address the problem.  Trying these simple anxiety cures won’t hurt for as long as you do it correctly.