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Acupuncture Treatment: A Pin for Pain!

Did you encounter a stress issue, migraine or any physical problem again? Most likely you would go for medication to get rid of it. Hardly will you think to go to a doctor who will insert needles in your skin! You might wonder what kind of treatment is this to weed out such problems through needles. Well the treatment is called Acupuncture!

Acupuncture treatment is a viable option for pain relief and it is increasingly getting chosen by the people. Acupuncture treatment involves insertion of needles to stimulate acupuncture points on the body which helps the body to heal and to improve functioning itself. Stimulating these specific points corrects imbalances in the flow of energy through channels, known as meridians.

Acupuncture treatment is an individualized phenomenon. It differs from person to person. Most of the patients either feel minimal or no pain during needle insertion. Once the needles are placed in the specific parts of the body, it leads to no pain. Acupuncture needles are extremely thin and typically made of stainless steel, so the risk of rusting & breaking of needles is very less. Moreover the chances of bruising and skin irritations are minimal. Sterilized needles are used so the chances of infection are also the least.

Acupuncture treatment involves the mechanism in which acupuncture needles remove the obstructions and again restore the regular energy flow through the meridians. Acupuncture tries to settle the flow of energy via using needles, based on which part of the body is facing problem. Inserting needle in the right location create an effect on the flow of the energy of the body.

Acupuncture is a pain control treatment effective in various body pains which is essentially due to stress in the muscular system of the body.

Muscular strain: Acupuncture mechanism is helpful in slowing down the tension produced in the muscles which results in muscular pain such as frozen shoulder, back pain, knee pain and arthritis.

Acupuncture Treatment is often related to pain control, but it can serve a much wider application as well.

Medical problems: Acupuncture treatment is beneficial in healing many physical disorders such as digestive disorders, respiratory disorders, neurological disorders and muscular disorders.

Effective for female related issues: Acupuncture can be an advantageous treatment for women suffering from urinary disease, menstrual cramps or reproductive problems, also reported to be beneficial to prevent miscarriages as well.

Stress buster: Acupuncture treatment stimulates the central nervous system, helps to bust out physical problems related to stress, anxiety and emotional conditions. People with headaches, migraines may find this treatment effective and energetic.

Equilibrium setter: Acupuncture treatment sets a balance in the body by triggering the release of hormones which influence body’s own internal regulating system.

Immune system booster: Acupuncture is an effective tool for boosting the immune system of the body to fight against the diseases. Acupuncture is a treatment which heals naturally and it helps the body in many ways with no side effects.

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Tinnitus Relief – My Favorite Solutions For Solving This Problem

The innumerable innovations in the healthcare industry give a lot of preference to effective ways of bringing tinnitus relief to patients suffering from this ailment. The information and detailed accounts on this auditory problem is one of the most helpful breakthroughs which opened the threshold to a very promising and tinnitus-free condition.

In the course of finding the most viable and efficient ways of bringing remedy to the constant and high-pitched ringing in your ears, there are several alternatives you can choose which is most preferable to your body response particularly on medication. Hence, if you are not very much amenable to using the conventional forms of medication, you can always resort to other options just to stop the buzzing and hissing in your ears.

Tinnitus relief is very much prioritized especially if you are seriously searching for the best remedy to your hearing dilemma. One of the most trusted alternatives is through using natural therapeutic treatments. In basic medical research and experimentation, tinnitus relief is typically caused by several factors and reasons, usually triggered by psychological constraints and changes. For instance, you may experience a tormenting ringing sound in your ears if you have extreme anxiety disorders or under stressful conditions. Others experience this auditory problem due to exposure to too much noise pollution and trauma.

Hence, in order to promote and materialize the much needed tinnitus relief, most patients resort to natural treatments such as relaxation and meditation. This is often used through masking treatment which is done through overcoming the disturbing noises and masking them with more relaxing sounds of natural running water, white noise and music.

Tinnitus is imminently caused and aggravated by the various noise pollution and trauma that you may experience in a daily basis. This s not a surprising reality since the modern era is full of new advancements that oftentimes trigger nuisance and other innovations contributing to auditory damage among others. Hence, relaxing yourself through silence and meditation also lessens the noise you experience from the inside and out.

Another tinnitus relief source is through the use of conventional medical treatments. It is imperative that you consult with your ENT specialist or audiologist in order to determine the best option or medicine to treat the ringing in your ears. Some patients have no serious implications or damage in their ear nerves however there are some who require surgical procedures in order to remedy their tinnitus problems.

Since tinnitus is mainly caused by too much stress or anxieties, tranquilizers particularly Temazepam is prescribed to patients particularly in inducing sleep which is oftentimes deprived from those experiencing intense ear-ringing. Other medications are valium, caffeine-free painkillers and paracetamol or aspirin are likewise used however this option is most likely to have side effects and addiction tendency.

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The Use of Mirroring In Mind Control

Mirroring is a natural process we use every day in our interaction with other people. However, once its mechanism is dissected and understood, it can become a powerful mind control tool.

Mirroring is the process of becoming as much like the person you are trying to influence, as possible. You can accomplish this by mimicking both their physical (e.g. body language) and non-physical (e.g. values, thoughts, ideas, perception of reality) traits. Mirroring is necessary in influence because in order to influence someone, you must first build rapport with them and mirroring is one of the most effective means of building rapport.

Rapport, according to Merriam-Webster online dictionary, is a relation marked by harmony, conformity, accord, or affinity. So essentially, by deliberately mirroring or becoming like another person, you are ‘artificially’ establishing the state of rapport that occurs spontaneously in everyday life between people who like each other. You must first build rapport with someone in order to influence them, because people are motivated by emotions, not thoughts; therefore, to get them to do something, you must stir their emotions, appeal to their hearts, not their heads. Don’t try to change peoples minds; change their mood and their mind will follow.

An example of natural, commonly-occurring mirroring is the following: people in normal, everyday conversation, even if they are mere acquaintances with a low level of rapport, tend to adopt similar facial expressions. This is done automatically and is below their level of awareness. That is one reason why people with conditions such as autism, who are not as aware of, or as responsive to social cues, as neurotypical (‘normal’) people, find social interaction so challenging. Moreover, it has been hypothesized that we have specialized neurons in our brain that are responsible for reproducing in us (i.e. mirroring) other people’s feelings, emotions etc and are thought to be part of the neurological basis of phenomena such as empathy, morality etc. I mention all these examples as evidence that we have evolved to mirror one another naturally on many different levels.

Is mirroring immoral? As with any form of mind control, mirroring is neither moral nor immoral, because it is simply a means to an end. If the end is to influence other people positively through mirroring, then it is not immoral. The reverse of course is also true.

In what ways can you mirror a person’s reality? Generally, two; you can mirror both their external as well as their internal reality.

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Ice Bath Treatment For Anxiety – Does it Work?

It may seem like a bit of a radical idea, but many are starting to look at ice baths as a treatment for certain types of anxiety or panic attacks. Looking at it on the surface, it would almost seem like some sort of torture, but after looking into it a little more, you can understand how this can be an effective treatment.

Have you ever watched sports on TV and then seen the locker room interviews where the athletes are all iced up? The other thing you sometimes see are athletes that will immediately take full ice baths after a game or a hard workout. Why is that?

One of the main reasons is that it ice is believed to cool the body down and help with the relaxation of tense muscles. In their situation, the body is hot from the exertion and the muscles have become tense from strain. Obviously the body heat is eating away at the liquids that would normally naturally cool them off. The ice bath offers almost instant relief and relaxes their muscles so they can recover from their physical activities. While a panic attack is not an athletic event, it often shares some of the characteristics in that the victim will be begin sweating, become very flush and their muscles tense up and sometimes totally lock up. If this treatment works for athletes, why would it not work in the relief of a panic attack?

While this may not be a widely used approach to treating panic attacks and anxiety symptoms, it is proving effective for some. When doing research on the topic, results are difficult to find, but it is being reported by some people who have used the treatment with some success.

Each and every day, panic attacks are increasing. They are being taken more seriously and research is being conducted to not only find the causes, but the cures. The world presents emotional, physical, and mental challenges today like never before and we are all exposed to so much more in our daily lives. Being able to deal with the stress of life is proving to be more and more difficult for so many people. The result is an ever increasing number of people ending up with anxiety and panic disorders. As they become more prevalent, so does the search for treatments that work. While ice baths as a treatment for anxiety seems wild, it’s just one of numerous natural treatments for the symptoms of the condition.

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Cystic Acne – Is It Causing You Grief? Look No Further, Help Is At Hand

Cystic acne is the severest form of acne and is hard to control. It can have big emotional costs and unpleasant long-term consequences. If there are bumps under your skin, say on your face or shoulders, then you could have cystic acne. If you owe it to yourself to find a cure then read on.

Cystic acne sometimes flares up when blocked oil glands in the skin burst. Bacteria in the pus seep into the surrounding tissue and breed rapidly. More pus is produced as the infection spreads and quickly forms into cysts, which are usually found in the deepest layers of the skin, especially on the face, back, and shoulders.

The accumulated pus can be painful and makes the skin tender and itchy. But you should never scratch or squeeze cysts because the infection will spread into nearby tissue if they rupture. Swollen, pustules and cysts typically appear on the skin of sufferers and are unsightly. The red, inflamed scars may be visible for years before slowly fading away. In some people, they become permanent.

Genetics largely determines whether or not you get cystic acne. For instance, your sebaceous glands may have a genetic tendency to manufacture extra oil if you have a hormonal imbalance. That excess oil clogs up pores in the skin, producing perfect conditions for bacteria. An imbalance of hormones can be caused by:

  • Toxins made by bacteria in the body
  • Stress brought on by things like a lack of sleep or fear (stress causes the adrenal glands to produce a hormone called cortisol that stimulates the sebaceous glands).
  • Allergic reactions to chemicals in various drugs and cosmetics
  • Alcohol, beverages containing caffeine, and foods with lots of histamines (e.g. cheese, red wine, bacon, and yogurt).
  • Life cycle changes such as the onset of puberty when the body starts manufacturing male sex hormones.

Your internal acne environment is clearly a very complicated place. An effective cure for cystic acne therefore has to be comprehensive and versatile. It needs to:

  1. Be capable of neutralizing all the underlying causes of your acne
  2. Quickly restore and permanently maintain your body’s natural internal balance
  3. Work on all parts of the body, especially the face and shoulders where acne can be particularly severe
  4. Be realistic, and easy to incorporate in your current lifestyle
  5. Be straightforward and follow a logical, well-organized format
  6. Be easily customized into a strategy that satisfies your body’s unique requirements.
  7. Provide ongoing counseling and support from knowledgeable health experts

The holistic approach is the best way to get rid of cystic acne. A safe, natural alternative, it has cured many people of stubborn acne. It doesn’t resort to costly drugs or creams, and will make you look better, feel better, and give back your self-esteem and confidence. Most important, you can adapt it to fit your body’s unique requirements. This last characteristic of the holistic approach makes it truly effective against all types of acne on all parts of your body.

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How to Choose the Right NLP Training

Have you been thinking lately to take a NLP Program in order to boost your success or your personal life satisfaction? These are some important facts you should take into account before decided on a particular Program:

– There are many NLP trainings out there and they differ mainly on the depth and solidity of their education. Be aware that there are many short introductory NLP Programs. Unless you want an overview on NLP techniques, you should know that these trainings give you basic tools as for you to “taste” the method, but will not bring you with a whole NLP deep training. Be careful and note if your program has a well qualified trainer and gives you trust.

– All NLP programs usually offer 4 different levels of training according to its emphasis and deepness of its education:

1. Diploma

2. Trainer

3. Practitioner

4. Master Practitioner

Decide which program suites better what you look to achieve.

– Most courses are set to aim at general views of NLP methods and techniques. However, some programs emphasize more on certain matters: business, sports coach, group therapy, personal satisfaction and so on. If you are looking on a specific program, make sure the one that you choose is targeted and works on that particular subject matter that you are looking for. However, most people at first look at a simple and global training to start with.

There are many things to take into account before making a good decision, but generally NLP Programs (if well-chosen) will be worth the time and money.

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10 Solutions for Cocker Spaniel Separation Anxiety

Cocker Spaniels are affectionate and sociable. They are energetic and, generally, happy animals. However, this happiness is, to a great degree is contingent upon human companionship. Cocker Spaniels are not likely to remain happy if left to spend a great deal of time alone.

Some cockers may seem a bit “down in the dumps,” if left alone regularly or for an unusually long period of time; others, may exhibit full-blown symptoms of Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety.

Before describing these symptoms, it is important to point out that when a cocker, or any dog, is experiencing separation anxiety, they are not intentionally “getting back at you” for leaving them. They are basically in a state of fear or panic. They aren’t considering, or even aware of, the “goodness” or “badness” of their behavior. They are simply reacting. Punishing or scolding your Cocker Spaniel will only make things more difficult for both of you.

There are several behaviors that may indicate that your cocker spaniel is experiencing separation anxiety. It may seem endearing, and indeed be flattering, when your doggie follows you from room to room. Maybe he or she just loves you lots-n-lots-which I’m sure the pup does-but it could also be a sign that your Cocker is afraid of you leaving and doesn’t want to let you out of its sight.

It is also adorable and flattering when pets greet us with great enthusiasm when we return after being gone for several hours. Some days, it can be nice to know someone is glad to see us! However, if your Cocker Spaniel goes ballistic when you return from a quick trip to the mailbox, there could be a problem.

If your cocker is normally housebroken but regularly urinates or does other business indoors when left alone it could be a reaction to the separation, providing it’s for a reasonable amount of time, and your pet has been let out to go prior to your departure. Again, this is not your pet’s way of punishing you. It is a reaction to stress.

Dogs, including Cocker Spaniels, who suffer from separation anxiety may sometimes cause minor to significant property damage through destructive actions such as (nervous) chewing and/or scratching at doors and windows in an attempt to break free and track you down, like a furry little stalker.

They often vocalize their distress by barking, whining, and even howling while you are gone. If there is sufficient distance between you and your neighbors, this isn’t much of a problem for your neighbors; but if you happen to live in a duplex or apartment, it is not so good!

What can you do about Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety? You love your Cocker Spaniel but feel frustrated and the stress is getting to you. Don’t give up help is on the way.

The following are suggestions that will help you with Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety. There are many more suggestions trainers can provide, but for now this would be a good start. The important thing to understand and remember is that separation anxiety is correctable. A key point is ensuring that your Cocker Spaniel gets plenty of exercise and to be persistent in you retraining for normal behavior.

1) The very first thing to do is to confer with your veterinarian. They can run some test and eliminate any underlying disorders or medical problems. Dogs, like people, can often be treated with the same anti-depressant and anxiety medications used by some humans for anxiety disorders. Before medicating your dog it would be sound advice to confer with a trainer regarding your Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety issue as well.

2) Gently soothe your Cocker Spaniel before leaving and use the same words each time so that your dog eventually becomes familiar with the phrase and what it means.

3) Leave clothing or bedding with your scent in a pile on the floor for your cocker to sleep and/or roll in. An old blanket works fine.

4) Do not attempt to excite your dog when you return from being out. Wait a couple of minutes after you return to give your dog attention.

5) Consider crate training. However, make sure to properly crate train the pup before attempting to confine your pet for extended hours. Crate training has many benefits but keeping your pup locked up all day is not one of them.

6) Leave a radio (talk station) or television on. Hearing human voices may calm your dog by allowing him/her to believe there are people near.

7) Desensitize your cocker spaniel to your absence by gradually and incrementally increasing your time away (within reason).

8) Dog sitting is a very viable and affordable alternative. A dog sitter will visit your pup on a set schedule during the day affording some playtime and relief. If you are going on vacation or a business trip, check into a Cocker Spaniel Rescue group. Many times members provide dog sitting services at their own homes at very reasonable prices.

9) Do not punish your dog it will only increase the problem and cause confusion with the pup.

10) Have patience and continue taking the corrective measures. Many dogs improve dramatically with-in a reasonable amount of time.

A simple solution that has work for many people is to crate the pup for no longer than four hours. Before crating take your pup outside so it can relive itself and get a little exercise. Ensure the crate has soft bedding, water available and some enticing toys. Leave a radio on. Lure the pup into the crate with a treat. I have actually have had dogs that would enter the crate by themselves if they thought I was leaving the house. Exit slowly and you are on your way to solving Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety.

If none of these suggestions help with your Cocker Spaniel separation anxiety issue, It’ time to revisit your vet. Anxiety medications might be in order to help with the retraining.

Good luck on your training.

Charlie Draper, Publisher

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Herbal Remedies For Constipation – 3 Herbal Remedies That Can Help End Your Constipation

You are hardly limited when it comes to herbal remedies for constipation; you will find that there is really a long list of herbal remedies for hard stools. Many herbal treatments are amazingly effective and provide super fast relief for your constipation issues too. Three common herbs for hard stool treatment include:

  • Alfalfa
  • Calendula
  • Lemon Balm

Alfalfa

Alfalfa is a wonderful herb loaded with Vitamin K. The latter vitamin promotes the production of healthy bacteria inside the intestinal tract that help in breaking foods down so that they can be more readily assimilated. This herb also has a high level of chlorophyll which helps boost the immune system and promotes faster healing. What is really nice about this herbal treatment is that it is loaded with all natural fiber: a common remedy for constipation. What’s more, this herb has anti-inflammatory agents which can help to sooth irritated intestinal tissues. Finally, Alfalfa is also an herb that is filled with a number of vitamins that offer antioxidants which help in destroying cancer-causing free radicals in the body too.

Calendula

Calendula, also identified under the common name Marigold, has been a long revered constipation treatment. A tincture made from this herb can be stirred into a cup of water and consumed three times daily for constipation relief. Calendula is also wonderful as a tea and works well in soothing issues related to stomach ailments. A single teaspoon of dried Calendula leaves can be steeped in hot water for a few minutes and consumed for hard stool relief. As a natural anti-inflammatory, this herb can be safely consumed in order to alleviate irritated tissues in the digestive tract too.

Lemon Balm

If you are having constipation and cramping, you can take Lemon Balm to alleviate the cramping; this herb is an all natural antispasmodic herbal treatment. Lemon Balm has been used for many years to treat issues with gas, flatulence, bloating, and abdominal cramping and it helps to naturally relax the digestive tract. This herb can be easily consumed as a tea by steeping some leaves in a hot cup of water.

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Wake Up! You’re Living in a Trance! How to Break Out and Live!

Wake up! We are all living in a trance, or multiple situation-specific trances, all of our lives. Many of these trances aren’t beneficial in our lives. They hold us back, keep us stuck in little worlds of our own creation. Yes, you are living your life in a trance. How can I make this statement?

Easy. We are born into this world with a personality, yes, but without beliefs. A belief is “the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true,” or “Mental acceptance of a claim as truth; Something believed,” (definitions from en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Belief). The psychological state in which mental acceptance happens is the state of trance, or hypnosis. In trance or hypnosis, the critical factor of the mind is bypassed, or pushed aside, so that the information or message units presented to the mind are accepted. During the childhood years, the critical factor of the mind is undeveloped and therefore a great majority of your beliefs are formed during childhood. The values and behaviors that you see around you, or are told about by parents, siblings, teachers and peers are accepted much more easily and rapidly. The mind abhors a vacuum, and as the young mind encounters new situations, it requires a belief to be in place in order to know how to function within that situation, so it quickly accepts the dominant belief in its environment.

So, your beliefs were formed in trance, and because they anchor your thoughts and emotional states to that time when they were formed, you operate in a level of trance every time you function within that belief, or set of beliefs.

An example is a person who grows up in a household where money is tight. All around her, she is receiving messages of lack, of how difficult money is to obtain, how important it is to choose security over risk, of how inherently dangerous the world is because of how difficult it is to accumulate wealth. When that child becomes an adult, she may desire to be wealthy, but every time she considers taking an action to bring more wealth into her life, actions that often involve risk, her beliefs about money will come into effect, taking her back into the trance state that was in effect when those beliefs were formed, and she will find herself having all manner of troublesome feelings such as self doubt, depression, remorse about decisions involving risk, and she will consistently sabotage her desired success by not following through with actions to create wealth, pulling up short, continually returning to her comfort zone which says that security, even a security with a small amount of money, is preferable to taking risk. The beliefs in play may be stated as, “risk is bad,” “it’s better to be secure,” “money is hard to come by.”

Contrast this person to someone who is raised in an affluent family, and grows up familiar with entrepreneurialism in an environment comfortable with risk. She may grow up accumulating beliefs such as “every risk you take brings you more success,” “when things don’t work out as planned, you learn something valuable that gets you even further,” and “there is always more than enough money.” This woman will feel completely secure in leveraging her money and taking risks, fully expecting that every experience will bring more benefit and wealth into her life.

These two women could even be twins raised in different families, because while some elements of temperament are heritable, beliefs are not. Beliefs are a result of your environment. And both of these women are behaving in accordance with their beliefs, therefore they are both operating in trance. The problem is not beliefs, the problem is not the trance that they were formed in and anchored to. The problem is that we don’t get the chance to opt-in. We don’t get to choose and select the beliefs that will help us to live up to our potential and have the most amazing lives we can.

And while trances and beliefs (often called self-limiting beliefs) about money and abundance are much discussed, beliefs can be beneficial or detrimental in any area of your life, from your ability to learn, to your ability to form and keep good relationships, or to be fit and healthy, and on and on.

Is there an area in your life where your actual results are falling short of what you’d like to see? If so, then that is probably an area where you are carrying limiting beliefs, e.g., operating in a trance, that is not effective or beneficial to you. The way out of this situation is the same way that you got in. The mechanism that formed these beliefs is what you should use to create new beliefs to replace them, and that mechanism is hypnosis. Your actions will always be congruent with your beliefs, so use hypnosis to create beliefs that will enable you to have the life you have.

The method I suggest for this is a system, which starts by choosing an area of your life to improve, a specific goal. Then you enter the process by focusing on the success you already have in your life, which increases your self esteem and confidence to reach further. Then, address the specific fears you have that have blocked you from taking action toward your goals, and increase your motivation to reach those goals. After accomplishing these steps, your subconscious mind will be more ready to release the old, self limiting beliefs. You can’t just do that first, you have to lay the groundwork, the foundation, that makes releasing and replacing the old belief desirable to your subconscious. The final steps are to choose new beliefs that support your goals and to use holographic visualization to create the context for the new beliefs–basically recreating the process that created the released beliefs, but this time you select your beliefs.

Following these steps is a process, and should be done over a period of time that feels right, but not so slowly that homeostatic resistance has a chance to un-do any gains. I suggest a system of mental reprogramming over the course of a month to six weeks as ideal for most. As with any change, this system relies on a combination of conscious action paired with subconscious messages, and reinforcement through repetition over time, for its success.

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The Most Effective of All Natural Anxiety Cures is Acceptance

Living through an anxiety disorder can be horrifying! Anxiety, complete with its panic attacks, can be so overwhelming the sufferer doesn’t know where to turn because he or she thinks no one can possibly understand what he or she is going through. The sufferer even feels the family doctor would not understand.

Most people will try to hide their case of anxiety disorder from everyone they know. This happens because people don’t realize they are experiencing a disorder that is relatively common. Therefore, they think nobody will understand their anxiety and may actually believe they are somehow weak because their nerves have gotten the better of them.

Anxiety Can and Has Been Overcome Many Times

It is important the anxiety sufferer understand anxiety disorder, with its awful spells of panic is not an unusual disease. Many people have experienced it and in every case, it is considered a condition that can be beaten.

In winning the battle with anxiety disorder the first step requires resisting the temptation to fight the feelings it brings on. Fighting only intensifies anxiety and panic. While fighting makes anxiety worse, giving in to it to helps keep it under control. This is because adrenaline pumps through an anxiety sufferer’s bloodstream and this adrenaline brings about uncomfortable feelings. When we fight these unwanted feelings we cause more adrenaline to enter our bloodstream, and so a fear – adrenaline – fear cycle ensues.

The counterpart to fighting anxiety is running away from it. This doesn’t work either. Trying to ignore your symptoms or pretend they are not there is akin to running away from them. Trying to fight anxiety or running away from it will make more adrenaline flow and therefore cause more and more of these disquieting feelings.

Acceptance is The Key

Not running away or fighting the symptoms of anxiety means you are fulling realizing these symptoms are occurring. So, to realize they are happening, studying the feelings anxiety and panic brings on is helpful because this is the opposite of fighting or running away. When we don’t fight anxiety and we don’t run away from it, we will not be adding any adrenaline to our bloodstreams. Therefore, we will not be manufacturing more frightful feelings anxiety is known for bringing on.

Just make sure you know you are dealing with anxiety disorder. In other words, if a symptom such as chest pains is what you are experiencing, go to a medical facility to make sure it is an anxiety problem and not a heart problem you are having. Once assured your heart is good, you can go ahead and deal with the anxiety disorder.

Letting Anxiety Die

In conclusion, when an panic suffer learns how to prevent making the panic more intense, he or she is in recovery. The recovery won’t come overnight. However, the anxiety and panic will quickly lessen in severity because without additional fear of anxiety’s symptoms, adrenaline flow will be dying down instead of flaring up.

The bottom line is, the key to recovering from anxiety using natural means is learning how to accept the strange and unwanted; even sometimes tormenting feelings anxiety brings about.. The importance of not fighting or running away from panic and anxiety cannot be overstated. This acceptance is a necessary part of beating an anxiety disorder. Then, you must also let occasional attacks come back as they will and receive them as passively as you can. Realize you cannot control these symptoms and the anxiety disorder will die of natural causes.

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