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Is there any vitamins that will help with my anxiety I can buy off the shelves?

I have been struggling with anxiety for years now. I get nervous around crowds and I don't eat out much due to my anxiety.

I also get nervous. Everytime I try to chew my food or swallow any type of drink. It makes me think I'm going to get choked. I feel like people are watching me eat,when they don't.

I gotten anxiety twelve years ago after my aunt passed away unexpectedly. I was close to her,but I haven't been grieving over her since I tend to keep myself busy to help with my anxiety and positive thinking. 

I bought some anxiety relief supplements at walmart by Nature Bounty, but the reviews on that was,it gave people headaches,and heart pain. I don't exactly know how safe these supplements are?

Any suggestions on vitamins or supplements that is safe to take without nasty side effects? 

5 Answers

  • hart
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    you are low on b vitamins and magnesium

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    There is no medicine, no place and no one helps  u out of depression until you do not understand that our mind created it's own illusion. Does your anxiety really exits? 

    So many times overthinking and many  unnecessary things we gives important in our life. Which do not exist. It's illusionary. 

    Only right understanding gives the  right path. 

    Just live freely and happily. 

  • 2 months ago

    There are different symptoms to treat and that will not be enough to take vitamins. 

    Get in contact to the Klinghardt institute. 

  • 2 months ago

    check out Nervoheel homeopathic formula.  It is called the homeopathic valium.  A good product

  • 2 months ago

    You should research the enteric nervous system (ENS).  It's consider our 2nd brain and handles all digestive work.  However, it has a direct connection with our (normal) brain.

    Because of this connection, diet has a lot to do with mental health issues.  But there are also supplements you can take.

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