How to Cure Anxiety

Anxiety is a state of mind in which the person feels frightened up to the level of panicking, along with psychomotor disorders as well as general inner tension – the person feels as he or she is going to “blow”. In most cases, the person has issues with motivation and the anxiety disorder as such is not linked to a specific object or person. Psychiatrists have determined three basic types of anxiety – common anxiety, phobia and panic disorders. In the group of anxiety disorders fall in most of the disorders which were known as neurosis for decades. These usually do not confirm specific and intense disorders of psychological functioning that are common with psychosis; for an example, inability to distinguish reality and fantasy. Besides this, significant difficulties can occur within regular behavior and interconnections with different people. Anxiety is a common disorder and it doesn’t have the same effect to everyone. Since this is a treatable condition, I decided to discuss this topic in a bit of detail, so if you’re interested in learning how to cure anxiety, read on.

Treating anxiety

In order to treat anxiety properly, there are some things that are important to realize beforehand. First of all, there are no shortcuts or magical wands that will treat the person of anxiety just like that. This anxious state hasn’t developed over night, so it won’t go away overnight either. Treatment is possible, but it demands for a specific amount of effort and work from the person suffering from anxiety, so it’s best to take a systematic approach.

Treating anxiety consists of 4 main steps. The first step is to face your condition, better said, symptoms. The symptoms of anxiety can easily be recognized as reasonless panicking, and it’s important to face these as well and kind of relieve you to them. This will force your brain to go in a battle mode, where it won’t simply run away, yet it will be exposed to whichever symptom is bothering you most and try to deal with it. This is one of the slowest ways of treating anxiety, but it’s known to be one of the most effective, as long as you’re able to withstand this “torture”, so to speak.

Keep in mind that medications represent only a temporary relief and the worst thing about these is that your brain will get addicted, looking for them in every occasion of an anxiety attack. This will basically render you helpless to battle anxiety on your own after some time, which is something you should avoid. Taking over control is one of the most important parts when dealing with anxiety, because this actually gives you the upper hand, training your brain and mindset to deal with your issues in an active way. A passive approach to this problem doesn’t really help, yet it makes things worse. This is proven by dozens of studies, but in all honesty, it’s logical as well. Anxiety takes time to treat and a lot of effort and difficult internal battles.

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Rani Vyas

Rani Vyas

I'm a Medical Consultant Doctor with a keen interest in Medical bioinformatics and genuinely intriguing way of presenting boring medical knowledge in an enchanting and eye catching way.

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