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How to Deal with Anxiety
Anxiety is a natural human emotion, which arises in everyday situations. Whether it occurs because of losing your wallet at the supermarket or dumping your car at a traffic light, we all display it at some time or another. It is actually a good thing. It helps us to realize that we are facing a problem and find the resources within ourselves to deal with it. So when does normal anxiety become a more serious issue?
Anxiety disorder is at epidemic levels with up to 20% of the adult population currently diagnosed with some level of inappropriate anxiety. However, many people do not know how to deal with anxiety. In fact, only one third of people who suffer from an anxiety disorder are actually diagnosed or receive the correct treatment or help.
Treatments most commonly involve the prescription of medication, psychotherapy or both.
Medication is used to keep the disorder under control. Medications can include antidepressants, beta-blockers, or other anti anxiety drugs. However, anyone who suspects that they are a sufferer should get a professional diagnostic evaluation to identify if a disorder exists, whether it is combined with other disorders and what route of medication is the appropriate one. However prescription drugs will mostly mask some symptoms and create others only for as long as the medicine is taken.
For some anxiety drugs, long term use is not advisable due to the serious negative side effects and addiction concerns associated with these drugs. So, by definition drugs are not a cure.
They may be helpful in how to deal with anxiety on a short term basis but more effective, drug free and permanent methods are available.
There are several kinds of Psychotherapy treatment available, such as:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The patient identifies, understands and changes behavior. It can involve relevant reading and keeping behavioral records. It usually helps from 12 -16 weeks and helps the patient learn skills for managing anxiety.
- Exposure Therapy. This desensitizes the individual to their fear by exposing them to it over time.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Teaches patients’ how to commit to behavior change, in order to learn to control thoughts and feelings.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Behavioral techniques with Eastern meditation
- Interpersonal Therapy Short-term psychotherapy. Usually 12 – 16 one-hour sessions.
- Exercise: This is a great way to alleviate stress and tension. When we exercise our bodies we release endorphins, which help to make us feel happy and relaxed. Exercising for half an hour, 3 times a week, can help in releasing tension and easing anxiety.
- Diet: A well-balanced diet can help to increase energy levels and maintain emotional balances. Food allergens are also now a widely associated with high levels of anxiety. It is important to keep a low glycemic index (by not eating too much sugar or processed foods) and to maintain a consistent state of hunger satisfaction.
- Relaxation Techniques: Yoga, Meditation, Hypnotherapy, Acupuncture, Homeopathic Medicine, and Massage Therapy have proven very effective treatments for a many anxiety sufferers.
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