When a person experiences mild to severe apprehension or uneasiness over a present or impending event, with symptoms such as a cold sweat, heart palpitations, trembling, faintness, a sense of pressure in the chest over the
heart area, and/or dry mouth, he or she is experiencing anxiety.
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Take the Herbal products (images) as suggested on the label and for the homeopathic product carry it with you all day.
Take a few drops (4 or 5) under the tongue and keep it there for a minute then swallow.
Do that 4 or 5 times a day.
A panic attack occurs when a state of anxiety is so severe
that the person begins to breathe in a rapid, shallow manner
and becomes tense to the point of cramping and the inability
to act. A person who is prone to anxiety and panic attack
usually needs adrenal, thyroid and nervous system support.
People with blood type A are more prone to anxiety and
panic because they have a harder time breaking down the
stress hormones produced by the adrenal glands. Adaptogens can help overcome the tendency to anxiety by reducing the production of stress hormones. Avoid caffeine and other stimulants. Taking B-complex vitamins, particularly
B6, and eliminating refined sugar from the diet will also be
To relieve acute anxiety or panic attacks, it is necessary to
calm down the function of the sympathetic nervous system
with sympatholytic agents and to increase the activity of the
parasympathetic nervous system with parasympathomemetic agents. To do this, try taking 10-15 drops of lobelia every
2-3 minutes or one capsule of kava kava every ten minutes
while concentrating on breathing slowly and deeply.
can also take Distress Remedy.
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