In the most general terms, anxiety is a state of one's behavior when they are confronted by a challenge or experience some thing unexpected, which can turn out to be a surprise or a shock to them. The adverse affects of this condition leads to disorders like  fear,nervousness, anxiety, feeling of dread, worry, apprehension, tension and other emotional imbalances. They not only affect our behvioral disposition and feelings but also mental and physical health.

Mild anxiety is vague and  unpredictable yet normal. Sometimes, controlled anxiety acts as a fertilizer to boost up our performance. But severe anxiety is unsettling, which disrupts our daily routine and acts an obstruction to a normal healthy living. A person who is suffering from frequent anxiety or intense panic attacks often feels preoccupied, lacks presence of mind, loses ability to respond quickly, gets distracted easily and becomes insecure. The mental stability of the person blows away or the current situation goes out of proportion, which becomes very difficult to be handled.

Disorders  Due to Anxiety

With the fast paced life style that the present generation is following, disorders resulted due to anxiety has become very common, and is affecting almost all the age groups. Even children and teens become a victim of it. The type or intensity of anxiety disorder may vary from one person to the other. But there are some symptoms and consequences which are common. The most important one is that the people have unrealistic concerns or fear in their mind. The disturbances and uncertainities in mind affect the body too. The person feels uneasy, dizzy, nauseatic etc. The effects are sometimes worse and can linger on for a long term. The personality and outlook of the person can change altogether, he may become restless, dull, gloomy, de-motivated and pessimistic.

Different Types of Disorders Resulting Due to Anxiety and Their Respective Symptoms Are:

Generalized Anxiety: The most common disorder caused by anxiety. A person suffering from this worries about many things and is not able to distinguish between the urgent and lesser important things. He gets alarmed or react impulsively very frequently resulting is restlessness. The person is not able to avoid the unncessary tensions on the personal and professional front. They are always anticipating the worst things to happen and are burdened with uncertainities.

OCD: It is characterized by person often seen getting an obsession to follow the minutest and intricate details. They become compulsive and irrational in their behavior. Their actions are often repetitive, intrusive and distressing. A person suffering from OCD often has irrational and extreme mood swings. He is unsure of people and events happening around him and most of the times act skeptic and superstitious.

Phobias: It is not only the fear or the feeling of hatred.  The person constantly tries to aver that cause or factor, despite of assurance that it is not threatning and harmless. They develop a tendency of strong intolerance or avoidance towards that factor. This feeling is generalized y the term phobic disorder.  There are different types of phobia that people can suffer from, and their related cause are enlisted below:

  • Social Phobia: Fear of facing the society and expressing in public

  • Cynophobia: In which the person fears dogs and rabies

  • Altophobia: Person is scared of heights

  • Anemophobia: the person fear wind or air drafts

  • Claustrophobia: The person fears being confined with in a closed space

Panic Attacks: there are various episodes and events that trigger anxiety with in a person and there is not any evident reason for it. The person shows intense symptoms including tinging feelings, numbness, temper loss, dizziness, headache, pounding heart etc.

How to Cure Anxiety

The natural and best way to supress anxiety is through meditation. It does wonders and relaxes your mind and rejuvinates your soul. It helps you concentrate your focus to the positive energies around you. The dietary supplements can also solve the purpose. So it becomes necessary to include foods rich in nutrients, especially vitamins which work the best against anxiety disorders.

Vitamin B

Riboflavin is extremely important for relieving anxiety. Pyridoxine, commomly known as Vitamin B6 and Thiamine (Vitamin B1) are one of the best anxiety busters. They are directly responsible for stabilizing the levels of lactate in the body. It gives a boost to your mood and also raises memory capacity. Vitamin B3, is capable of producing a neuro transmitter named as serotonin, that facilitates stability of mind. Vitamin B5, scientific name which simulates the creation of natural chemical which can produce neuro transmitters which reduces anxiety. In over coming the anxieties and feeling of stress, Vitamin B12 is equally important.

Vitamin C

Another supplement that works very effectively is ascorbic acid. It has an inevitable role in regulating the chemical responses and other activities of the brain and also manage the functioning of adrenal glands and control hormones that produce a tranquilizing effect.  It is quite a beneficial anti oxidant which not only cleanses the entire body, but also facilitates the smooth functioning of the nervous system.

Vitamin E

Anxious behavior is more prominently seen in people who have deficiency of Vitamin E. It enhances the functioning of brain by supplying oxygen to it and calms it down. Also, it has oxidating effect that prevent damage to the brain cells during stressful activities. Zinc and potassium are other minerals, when consumed in a prescribed combination, regulate the smooth functioning of adrenal glands. Selenium, is also known for its capability to reduce anxiety.

Omega 3 Oil From Fish

It helps retain and strengthen the flexibility of the brain membrane and control to hormone synthesis and other chemical agents that directly or indirectly impact our mood.

Amino Acids

GABA is a known amino acid which has been proved to be one among the best supplements that work against anxiety disorders. Sea food, wheat bran and bananas, nuts etc. are rich sources of GABA.

There are other sources like iron, essential oils, green tea or herbal tea, kava, passion flower, valerian and many others also contribute in fighting against anxiety disorders.


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