Natural ways of treating anxiety
The following lines deal with solving the problem of anxiety using natural supplements. If you experience the problem of anxiety, you should consult your naturopath or nutritionist in order to advice you what the best natural therapy would be. The most common method in treating anxiety is with Kava Kava, which influences the nervous system very fast. Its effect can be noticed in a short period of time, resulting in relaxed and euphoric feeling. It helps people to concentrate and gather their thoughts, but it is also used in treating sleeping problems, sensitivity, distress, and bad temper.
St. John's Wort is another herb that is good for anxiety treatment. Its effect on the nervous system is similar to the effect of Kava Kava, resulting in mild relaxation of the muscles and whole body. As the St. Johns Worth’s has effect on the chemistry in our brain, serotonin and dopamine are increased, and therefore, the feeling of relaxation is achieved. It is important to emphasize the fact that these two herbs are not supposed to be used with antidepressants.
Damiana is a natural remedy, whose main purpose is stimulating sexual desire. It is also well-known for its calming effect in dealing with anxiety problems. Scullcup is a subtle anxiolytic that gives relieve for nervous tension and for issues that are related to the central nervous system. Verbena is another tonic that is widely used in the treatment of variety problems regarding nervous system and distress, while passionflower is a herb that causes no addiction and it is widely used in dealing with issues such as rapid and irregular heartbeats, anxiety and other. Withania is a traditional natural remedy known otherwise as the Ashwaghanda, and it is particularly used for treatment of debility and distress caused by enervation.
Another natural remedy that can be used for the treatment of anxiety disorders is aromatherapy. We will provide you with the basic information about herbs that are used in aromatherapy. Aromatherapy treatment includes herbs such as Bergamot, Cypress, Frankincense, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Lime, and others, and some of their common features are that they affect central nervous system resulting in overall relaxation and fear reduction. After the treatment with the means of aromatherapy, a person is evidently calm, giving no signs of fear and anxiety, and regains self-confidence. After the treatment with aromatherapy, a person regains good opinion about himself or herself and reduces distress and nervousness.