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Anxiety is the most common deasses of overall world. Anxiety may fall your life, family and society. We’ve all had the revel in of feeling tense approximately something, to the diploma that it keeps us up and makes it hard to fall asleep. In case you’re a worrier by using nature, your fears and issues can also regularly reason you to lie awake in mattress for hours, tossing and turning. Whilst this takes place frequently, one evidently starts to feel disturbing approximately bedtime as night strategies, making it even more difficult to wind down. The best news is that tension may be successfully handled. Often via easy matters you can do yourself, the vicious cycle can be damaged and you could lessen anxiety.    1) Avoid caffeine to reduce anxiety  In case you’re a worrier, live away from caffeine, specifically in the latter half of of the day. In case you need to have something in the morning, choose inexperienced tea because it consists of an amino acid, l-theanine, which promotes serenity and calm.   2) Try guided relaxation techniques If you’re a worrier, live far from caffeine, specifically within the latter half of the day. If you have to have something within the morning, select inexperienced tea because it incorporates an amino acid, l-theanine, which promotes serenity and calm. 3) Take deep, relaxing breaths Taking deep, enjoyable breaths can calm the frightened device and reduce fashionable anxiety. When you word your self-beginning to worry or disturbing up, take several slow…
Thursday, 01 February 2018 09:40

Which kinds of mattress should side sleeper sleep on

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If you are a Side-sleeper and have not yet researched and picked out the best mattress for a comfortable sleep, then chances are that you are most probably suffering from back aches, hip pain, shoulder pain, etc. Though it is said that Side sleeping is better for your health than sleeping on your stomach but in case, you have picked up an uncomfortable mattress then the curves around your body basically shoulders, knees and hips become more prone to undue pressure leading to a poor sleep and various other health issues. When it comes to Side sleeping, you should take your time to explore the best mattress for side sleepers to avoid such consequences and get a sound sleep. 1.      Softer Mattress: A softer mattress can provide your body curves the support they need while you are asleep and also help in preventing any stress and tension in any part of your body. This not only helps in getting a good sleep but also makes you feel all refreshed and energetic when you wake up. 2.      Latex foam mattress: Many side sleepers prefer mattress with Latex foam than memory foam mattresses because of better air circulation, durability, support all night long, etc. Apart from providing the appropriate support, Latex mattresses also tend to maintain their shape for longer durations than Memory foam mattresses, keeping them durable and effective for several years. 3.      Memory foam mattress: This is said to be one of the most perfect choice of mattress for side…
Your skin is one of the most sensitive organs of your body and most of its part always remains exposed to the outer environment. Skin keeps you protected of the sun's UV rays which are some of the most harmful for human body. It also protects your body from bacteria & different viruses which you are exposed to daily. Skin also helps keep your body temperature at a constant level and you react better to important changes around you by feeling pain or pressure due to its sensitivity. When skin is exposed to the Sun it also produces vitamin D which is responsible for your several body functions. Therefore, it can be said that it is one of the most vital parts of your body and it must remain healthy always. However, there are certain times when your skin becomes very sensitive to certain chronic skin health conditions which if not treated at the right time may result in several other health issues. Here in this blog top 4 skin conditions are mentioned for which you should immediately see a skin specialist. 1.      Acne: This is one of the most common skin problems in people of all ages. It causes pimples when the skin’s pores & oil glands become clogged. Blackheads & whiteheads are the most commonly known Acne types. Red tender bumps, pus-filled lumps etc are other types and if you are seeing these from a long time such issues may damage your skin badly. 2.      Psoriasis: Psoriasis is…
Monday, 30 November -0001 00:00

I Am Me, But Who Is Me?

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I hate talking about myself Usually when I do i find anything to slip past the situation I have a troubled past amongst many others and more then three quarters of the worlds population Mine consists of rape on numerous occasions that consisted of men and women, both old and young, by people I thought i could trust who had either sold me, used me, or gave me to someone else Physical and emotional abuse from my peers and those elders we were taught to respect Growing up i have met gay people, they were either disowned, beaten or killed. I don't really understand what it's like to remember the faces like many others do when they lose friends or family, for it didn't take long before even in my dreams, their faces became blurs, but the events still find it's way back into my mind. I choose to care for those around me, not to be the kind soul or gental hearted person that wants to save the world. No i choose to care, because I can at least make someones life that much better just by smiling or doing a simple act of kindness. It isn't so hard, but it isn't done often enough. I choose to put others before myself, because i have a habit of disreguarding myself and it is easier to focus on others problems then my own. I don't know how many times i had to take credit for a crime I never commited.…
Monday, 27 February 2017 02:54

Overwhelming Increase

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Hi all, I'm fresh to this site and in need of some advice/help. I've been dealing with anxiety since I was 11-12 years old: It all stems from my phobia of throwing up. That's the root of my problem. Whenever I get sick, it's borderline violent (I won't get into details). Anyways, I've noticed that my triggers have been food. It's not an appearence thing, but I always have to watch what I eat in terms of avoiding anything too rich in flavor, otherwise I might feel sick. Whenever I experience my panic attacks, fear of death isn't something I typically think of (for further perspective). Mentally, I've always had somewhat of a handle on whenever a panic attack comes about; by this I mean that I'm calm and find out my escape plan and get to my safe space to try and get myself down at a good level. I'm aware that my body is clearly going through something so I never try to fight it. Although lately, my anxiety has been absolutely horrible in that it comes out of nowhere and it's extreme. I've been having panic attacks every day for over a week. Today I started to hyperventilate and my hands started to get numb/tingly (which has never happened before). The first sign I know when it's going to be bad is when my heart rate is doubled and I can almost hear it. My symptoms in order: heart rate, going pale, nausea, hot flashes, issues breathing,…
Saturday, 14 January 2017 02:55

Frustrated and looking for low key treatments

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Hey, I'm new here! Been doing a little looking here and there for different solutions on and off at different times depending on my level of frustration with my anxiety. The biggest and most annoying issue is the nausea that comes along. I'll be at mom and dads for lunch after which we decide to go snowmobiling. We don't go snowmobiling every day so my stomach goes into flips, because I just ate I really feel like puking. It never happens but it really feels debilitating at times. Other times I'll be getting ready for work in the mornings, I never eat breakfast within the first couple hours of waking up unless it's mid morning, because then what happens next gets worse. I go through standard morning routine (minus the eating unless it's a nibble) sit on the couch for a while watching tv, get the text that my ride is coming, go get my shoes on and whatever else the weather indicates and as I stand at the door waiting my stomach knots up, most of the time it's negligible, but if I've eaten anything it can get pretty bad. One time I even made my ride pull over so that I could get out and "throw up". I obviously never did. I've also got my pilots license. I go for a flight which doesn't happen as often as it should so when I go I often get the stomach knot 15-30 minutes before I take off, it's all…
Tuesday, 29 November 2016 01:45

Out of the blue Anxiety?

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Hello all, new to the site. For the last couple of months I've been experiencing some health issues that seem completely foreign to me. I say foreign because these issues have hit me out of the blue leaving me to think I've got other health issues going on rather than anxiety attacks or what not. I've been having these symptoms so to say, so bad that I'm left thinking something serious with my health might be going on. I've recently went to my doctor to discuss these symptoms which have had me doing lab tests, seeing specialists as well as trying to self-diagnosis myself due to curiosity. I know that they say to stay off of Google as it can put thousands of thoughts inside of your head, but like I mentioned, these symptoms have hit me out of the blue. My doctor did an EKG and breathing tests which to him seemed abnormal and thought possibly a virus might be attacking MY heart. I've seen a pulmonoligist, cardiologist and have done dozens of panels/lab tests as the results have all came back negative. I've been to the ER as episodes have hit hard during night time. Heart palpations, shortness of breath, fatigue, confusion, stuffynose, poor eyesight, night sweats, tons of weird vivid dreams and even shakes/tremors are what I have encountered. I'm winded when doing small excerises and I'm a healthy individual. Keep in mind, I'm 30 years old, 5'6", clean diet, and exercise quite often. I'm either at…
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 15:44

Increased Anxiety

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Maybe it is just me but i have ben having panic attacks alot more lately. I dont know why. I am generally fine. There are not stressors. Atleast none that i have noticed. I can be watching tv, playing a game, reading, talking to people and BOOM!! OUT OF NOWHERE!! Extreme anxiety hits for no reason. It's like a fear of dread. Like watching a scary movie and waiting for the killer to pop out of somewhere. I dont understand? My mom also has Anxiety and she said hers has been terrible lately as well. Even my Bestfriend. i don't know whats going on. But i am so scared. I feel like i wont make it. Like my depression and anxiety are going to combine and i will do something.. I haven't self-harmd in Years. But during the panic i just feel like i am going to die. Sometimes it feels like My anxiety is going to kill me. Sometimes it feels like my deoression will win and i will try again. I know my parents and friends will miss me. but sometimes i just don't care. Sometimes i think. They would be fine... I don't know maybe it's just me?

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