12 Best Remedies And Treatments for Anxiety

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In this competitive world, anxiety has become a part of our life. Most of us suffer from anxiety disorders of some type and severity these days.

Home Remedies for Anxiety

There are many natural remedies that can be supplemented with medication to treat anxiety. The home remedies are quite useful and safe to use. The chances of side effects are almost negligible. If the case of the anxiety disorder is not extreme, then these home remedies have proven to be useful. They do not affect the normal lifestyle of an individual.

Yoga and Meditation

Yoga and meditation are sure to provide relief. Every day, even a twenty-minute session will provide relaxation for your mind and body.


A body massage or hair massage will soothe your body and improve blood circulation. This will surely provide some relief.

Regular Workouts

One of the easiest and simplest ways to reduce anxiety is to exercise regularly. Certain exercises, even walking, provides you with mental satisfaction. Regular workouts not only keep your body and soul healthy, but they even aid in relaxing your mind. This type of regular workout leads to the secretion of serotonin, a chemical important for brain function. This leads to the activation of the munificent and pleasant senses. If you spend some time playing your favorite sport, then it will surely help you combat the symptoms of anxiety disorder.

Nutritious Diet

You can also fight against anxiety disorders by maintaining a nutritious diet. There are a few herbs that are quite relaxing for both the mind and body. If these herbs are included in your daily diet, then the level of anxiety drops considerably.


A few of the herbs that are commonly used are balm, hops, thyme, cloves, orange blossom wood betony, lavender, chamomile, and skullcap. You can even take Ashwagandha or Winter Cherry, which soothes the nerves of the body and relaxes the mind. This is a shrub that has the properties of an anti-depressant. The shrub not only fights anxiety but also works against reduced immunity and osteoarthritis. Green vegetables such as spinach and almonds are quite rich in magnesium, which is a very good stress-buster.

Healthy Social Life

Try and keep yourself busy. Never sit idle, as it permits your mind to waver in the dark regions. Keep yourself busy with your family and friends. A healthy social life will keep you active and full of energy. Plan for a night out at a movie or go to some exhibitions. Never hesitate to speak your heart and mind. Things that are left unsaid often bring unhappiness and anxiety. Plan a family weekend getaway. This will fill your heart with new energy and enthusiasm, a powerful way to counteract this disorder.

Mental Satisfaction

Devote some time to a social cause. This will give you mental satisfaction and get over your anxiety. Go to an orphanage or an old-age home. Spend time with them and make a difference in their life. Playing with your pet can easily bring a smile to your face. If you don’t have a pet, get one and spend time with it. It can be an amazing stress-buster.

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Hot Water Bath

The other home remedy is a hot water bath. It reforms your way of thinking and makes you a much more satisfied person.


In the long run, medication helps only when it is combined with behavioral therapy. This kind of combined treatment offers both, a reduction in the severity of the symptoms, along with the lesser chances of having a relapse.

On the overall basis, the complementary treatments include:

  • Hypnosis
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Exercises
  • Biofeedback

There are several treatments that are practiced, but they differ from individual to individual. Anxiety disorders can be treated if proper and continuous methods are followed to curb them before they become too serious.

Try out these remedies for anxiety and see a wonderful new self!

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Kiran Patil is the founder of Organic Facts. He has a keen interest in health, nutrition, and organic living. He completed his B.Tech and M. Tech (Chemical Engineering) from IIT Bombay and has been actively writing about health and nutrition since over past 12 years. When not working he likes to trek and do gardening.

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