What kind od herbal supplement is good for anxiety?
- SabineLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Anxiety attacks can cause such physical symptoms as sweaty palms, dizziness, and diarrhea or intestinal/digestive discomfort, a feeling of having a lump in the throat, insomnia, and restlessness. This list is far from inclusive of the physical discomforts that excess anxiety can bring about. There may be feelings of uncertainty, uneasiness, or apprehension related to the unknown. One may experience a racing heartbeat, tightness in the chest, rapid breathing, or tingling in the hands and feet. The physical effects of anxiety accrue over time, and can lead to anxiety disorders. Statistics have shown that one in every four individuals in the United States have a diagnosable anxiety disorder.
St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum in Latin) is a long-living plant with yellow flowers. It contains many chemical compounds. Some are believed to be the active ingredients that produce the herb's effects, including the compounds hypericin and hyperforin.
Magnesium (500-750mg) deficiencies linked to chronic fatigue, depression/anxiety, insomnia, PMS
I used to suffer from depression/anxiety about 15 years ago, since I started taking herbal supplements and exercising regularly and following a healthy diet I no longer suffer from any
anxiety. Also, I meditate.Source(s): try these helpful web sites: www.healthyplace.com www.altmedicine.about.com www.puritan.com www.naturalhealth.com www.mothering.com
- mcguinnLv 44 years ago
St Johns Wort is almost always used as an anti-depressant. You would check out B nutrients; humans missing in those nutrients can increase nervousness issues. Valerian is well as a muscle relaxant for nervousness. You would additionally check out taking chamomile tea to alleviate pressure and nervousness. You must additionally seem at your nutrition; drink tons of water, hinder an excessive amount of caffeine and fizzy beverages, processed meals, cheese, sugary meals.
- Pamela VLv 71 decade ago
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- miladybcLv 61 decade ago
300mg of St. Johns Wart per daySource(s): RN