Natural Anxiety Relief

Natural Anxiety Relief  Techniques

If you are here, you are looking for natural anxiety relief techniques. Wonderful! That’s what I like to talk about…plus you may be here to receive this free gift from an ex-anxiety sufferer. Every time I find something free that may be helpful or useful I will share it with you.

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Natural anxiety relief methods are by far the most preferable treatment although prescription drugs are probably the most common anxiety treatment that people use.

The reason for this is because that is what doctors can do to help you. They can write a prescription or advise you to see a specialist. Plus without sounding like an advocate for natural remedies, the drug companies make a lot of money out of people that need help!

Some of the prescribed medications have been known to cause undesirable side effects and anxiety medication addictions. This makes it even harder for the patient to stop taking them even though they may no longer be needed.

It is therefore still preferable to use natural treatments for depression and anxiety disorders because they are just as effective and do not cause any of these negative side effects.

One of the ways to get natural anxiety relief is to be in tune with your mind and body, as attacks work in cycles. Once you know what is causing your symptoms you have a far better chance of controlling it.

Although prescription anti-anxiety medications might give temporary relief, they will not really solve the problem because they only deal with the symptoms.

If you need extra help with your moods and anxiety levels, I would suggest you try a natural anxiety supplement to balance your dopamine and serotonin levels.

Overcoming Anxiety and Stress Naturally

  • If you want to really break  free of the cycle, you will have to change the way you think. Let your mind be relaxed and stress-free. Don’t focus too much on the attack itself but try to clear your mind and figure out the cause. This can be done effectively if you engage in relaxation exercises or deep breathing.
  • Another highly effective technique is to eat a balanced diet. The type of foods you eat will affect your health, both physical and mental health. Foods that are to be avoided as much as possible are fatty and processed foods, alcoholic beverages and caffeine. You should also make it a habit of drinking lots of water as well as eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Read my article on ‘mood foods‘ so I can explain what I mean.
  • Lastly, you can also achieve natural anxiety relief by getting 6-8 hours of quality sleep every night. Lack of sleep can lead to stress, which can in turn lead to more attacks. You should also try to develop a sleeping routine that allows you to sleep and wake up at the same time. The more stable your sleeping patterns are, the less likely you are to suffer.

Frequent attacks can definitely affect your work, your relationships and your health, which is why an anxiety attacks treatment can help your state of mind. That is why it is crucial to find effective solutions that can provide you with natural anxiety relief.

You have so many choices when it comes to overcoming this problem. You can make lifestyle changes, as mentioned above, plus you can use therapies, self help programs or natural anxiety supplements. Whatever your decision, you can stop your attacks before they take control using natural techniques.

Do you have any natural techniques that work for you? Would you like me to help you find what you are looking for? Talk to me in the comments below! I am here for you…

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  1. Hi Jennifer! I came to visit you and I am here to hang out with you on your website for a while!

  2. I believe that my stress and anxiety is probably caused, as you mentioned, by a lack of sleep and my eating habits. I don’t have time to eat and sleep seems to be a thing of the past ever since I started working graveyard shifts and running my small business.

    • Hi Rosa,

      It is really important that you make the time to eat the right foods and of course, your body needs plenty of rest to function in a healthy manner.

      I know it’s difficult and life moves so fast…but try to look after your physical health in order to care for your mental health.

      It is vital if you want to manage your stress and anxiety levels.

  3. Dr Barry Pierce says

    Great advice. Many people think their mind is controlling them and consequently they let it run rampant and unregulated. If you learn how to relax and take charge of your thoughts, you stop running negative movies in your head. Life becomes fun again and your mind focuses on what you want it to focus on … the good things in life that make you feel good.

    • Thank you Dr Pierce. I certainly believe that focusing on the positive, brings positive outcomes and I love your phrase about ‘stop running negative movies in your head’. I used to be terrible for doing that.

      Thank you for visiting and leaving your professional advice! I see you are a hypnotherapist and counsellor. If you would ever like to write about how you can help people with anxiety and depression, I would be only too happy to publish it for you.

      I look forward to you visiting again! Have a lovely day,

    • I’m so glad I found this website. I suffer from anxiety and depression. And my doctor prescribed medicine but I’m not comfortable with taking them because of the side affects I want have. I do believe by changing your life and now that i know lack of sleep is one cause. I will start getting more rest. And trying natural remedies. Thank you. This is my hope

      • Jennifer Johnson says

        Hi Andrea,

        I am not a doctor, but I have found natural steps that have helped me with anxiety and depression. I have also learned many techniques from others sharing their experiences too!

        Our minds are amazing but they can also hurt us so much. If I can provide hope to you then that makes me happy.

        There is hope Andrea and you can make changes, even small ones, to help yourself. Even your doctor will advise you.

        Please feel free to ask as many questions as you want. I will always answer you…I may not have all the answers…but I at least understand how you feel.

  4. Cherilyn Dishmon says

    Im trying to get my sleep under control i went to bed at 10 i woke up at 5 i wsnt to wake up in the morning. What hould i do.

    • Jennifer Johnson says

      Hi Cherilyn,

      I am sorry I missed your question! However, I am unsure of what you mean? Can you please explain further? 7 hours sleep is great! I look forward to hearing from you.

  5. Anita Prasad says

    Hi Jennifer,

    I seem to worry a lot, suffering from anxiety since 6-8 years, did’nt know what it is in the beginning. I have been losing weight and hair a lot. Doctors gave me some anti depressants but I did not want to get hooked on to them.

    I am 59, lost my husband 14 yrs ago, I just seem so jittery when I have to start any new project or take on a responsibility. Anxiety has now lead to IBS and I keep getting bouts of it. Have tried meditation, exercise … nothing seems to work. I am great when I am staying with my relatives or friends, please advise.

    Thanks, Anita

  6. Jennifer Johnson says

    Hi Anita,

    I must say I am happy to hear you didn’t want to get reliant on anti-depressants. I’m not a psychologist or marriage expert, so I can’t give professional advice…I can only give my opinion…but obviously and naturally, losing your husband has caused you continued stress, and now anxiety. I know of quite a few people who have experienced IBS and hair loss…and many anxiety sufferers gain weight…many lose it too…all due to continued stress.

    As for trying meditation and exercise that’s great! Do you exercise daily? Many exercise only occasionally when they have anxiety. Getting out in the sun and fresh air and getting your hormones pumping is what helps.

    If they don’t help, but staying with friends and relatives does…do more of that! If you can’t be around them 24/7 (which is natural of course) do you have hobbies or activities you like doing? That way you can be with people, make new friends, and keeping yourself busy will help reduce your stress.

    I have a few articles I’ve written here about stress and its affects on the body and I hope you less stress very soon!



  7. Guillermo Pérez says

    Good afternoon Ms Johnson…
    I am so glad that I discovered your website! I am very much enjoying my visit! I have been suffering with anxiety / panic issues & while do MORE on-line searching I ran across ProVanex & then started looking for reviews & that’s how I found your website. And yes, I am very much enjoying my visit!

    I have more I would like to say .. a couple of questions I’d like to ask, but I will wait to see if your site is still active.
    Now I am going to get back to reading & see if I can locate the chat area I saw & can maybe listen in.

    THANK YOU So Very Much for your Wonderful site here!!!

    • Jennifer Johnson says

      Hi Guillermo,

      Thank you for your kind words! I don’t have a chat area… so I am not sure what you mean, however, I do answer any questions on my website. 🙂

  8. Guillermo Pérez says

    Hi MsJohnson .. Jennifer if I may…
    THANK YOU for writing! It is so nice to know there is someone on the other side of the wall
    I guess I misread ..common for me when I am reading too fast
    You said .. “I also have an anxiety group you might like to join.”
    I am having a moment & doing some walking around the room & outside & back.
    I will be back to continue my reading & probably a couple of questions.
    Again, it’s nice meeting you & Thank You!!!

    • Jennifer Johnson says

      Hi Guillermo,

      I did have an anxiety group years ago, but I have since closed it… so now I just answer questions (where I can) on my website.

      So if you read a post and have any questions, I am happy to answer.

      I just can’t give advice as I am not a medical doctor. I am just a person who has worked on overcoming their social anxiety. 🙂

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About Jennifer Johnson

I suffered with social anxiety and stress for years. I discovered what my triggers were and learned to control them. Hopefully some of the natural anxiety relief techniques I have tried, will also be your solution.