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(NaturalHealth365) According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect 40 million American adults every year. And, no doubt, the additional stress-producing impact of the coronavirus on mental health has probably yet to be fully realized. So, while Western medicine attempts to “treat” anxiety disorders with (toxic) prescription medications such as benzodiazepines … these potentially addictive drugs can feature toxic side effects – leading many to turn to anxiety fighting herbs and supplements for relief.
(Natural News) Anxiety comes in many forms. It can cause worry, unease, fear or panic. Severe forms of anxiety, or anxiety disorders, are among the most common and pervasive mental health problems in the United States today. Anxiety disorders include panic disorders and phobias.
Common treatment options for anxiety disorders include therapy, medication or a combination of both. However, there is significant scientific evidence suggesting that the following supplements and herbal remedies can safely and effectively relieve the symptoms of anxiety. →
(Natural News) In recent years, the use of oriental herbal medicines for the treatment of various conditions has become prevalent in many countries. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), an additional health care system that relies on mind/body practices and natural products, involves the use of these medicinal herbs as well as other forms of natural therapies. CAM is now applied in a wide variety of cases, including pre- or post-conventional cancer treatments, the management or prevention of diabetes and obesity, and when addressing neurological disorders. In an article published in The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, researchers from Kyung Hee University in South Korea looked into the potential of oriental herbal medicines to treat pediatric neurological disorders. Their review contains a summary and evaluation of the effects of these herbs, as demonstrated by multiple studies. →