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Natural Ways To Calm Down When Feeling Anxious

Anxiety affects different people in different ways, and it occurs in degrees. Symptoms of anxiety include, restlessness, constant worrying, agitation, fear, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and panic attacks. How one experiences these symptoms ranges in severity from a slight hindrance to all out debilitation.

Those with severe anxiety may turn to medication or treatments like TMS.

However, for those who experience anxiety irregularly or with less intensity, there are habits and activities that can help calm anxious feelings.

Journaling: Writing thoughts, feelings and emotions down can be a great way to “let it out.”

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How Diet Affects Mental Health

The human brain is at the core of what helps make the human body function. It’s the communication center for our senses, our breathing and all of our movements. And, just like any working machine, it needs fuel. And, for humans food is fuel. It stands to reason that the food choices we make have a huge impact on how our brain functions.

High quality foods packed with vitamins and minerals are good for brain health. Low quality foods filled with bad fats and too much sugar are

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Holistic Options For Treating Depression

Depression is not one size fits all. Depression manifests in many of different way and varies in degrees for each individual. Therefore, treatment is also not one size fits all. Unfortunately, due to this reality, figuring out treatment may take some trial and error.

For some, avoiding prescription medications is a priority. Or, at the very least, leaving medication for last if all else fails. There are many different kinds of holistic options a person with depression can try.

These are a few:

Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Also known as talk therapy, CBT can

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What To Do When Diagnosed With Depression

Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a diagnosable psychiatric disorder categorized as having low-mood, low-energy, overwhelming feelings of sadness and a loss of interest.

Not a lot is known about what causes MDD. But, it is known that it can be related to a lot of different factors. The reason it manifests in one person may not be the same reason it manifests in another. It could be because of a disruptive life event, an illness or drug and alcohol use. It could also because of a chemical imbalance in the brain.

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