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Is there a cure for such a thing as anxiety?

Posted In: Anxiety 5 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 13, 2007
  • 01:48 AM

Hi,

I am new to this forum and would just like to wish everyone the best of luck in dealing with the conditions that presented here.

I am starting this thread because I have found a remarkable connection between someones physical health almost always can have a big effect on somones metnal or emotional well-being. That by itself, is rather common knowledge. And we do know how difficult it can be to cope with anxiety conditions. Sometimes, people just don't "get" what others are saying or why it is worrying. It can be very frustrating sometimes. But the truth is that one's physical health can sometimes be the cause of one's feelings of anxiety in some cases.

I found that once I addressed the physical aspect PROPERLY then I began to feel better than I had felt in a long long time. It is what some people would describe as. 'Like I used to feel'.

Below, I am just going to outline a few of the basic things that I have learnt about mental health and physical conditions..

1) Merucry toxicity ( From amalgams or vaccinations) Has been known to cause anxiety in people. Including other anxiety related conditions such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder etc.
If you have mercury fillings or Silver Amalgams... Get them OUT!
You are bound to hear of someone who has had an experience with this and performed chelation and recovered...


2) Root canals and cavitations... They are known to give off toxic by products and weaken the system.
Can be extremely toxic.


3) Food and environmental sensitivities: I have read of a case where someone apparently had sever bouts of panic following the ingestion of wheat and dairy. In my personal experience, this has helped alot. And following which foods you ingest you can sometimes pinpoint a food that causes you to develop a symptom.

4) Candida overgrowth, gut dysbiosis and leaky gut syndrome. this is a kind of slow 'wear and tear' system which unlike the first two can cause symptoms to appear gradually and dissappear fast once this issue is taken care of.

5) Parasites, This is related to point four. And a zapper often works well for this. It made a huge difference in my case.

6) Thyroid conditions. Thyroid conditions can cause strnage mental symtpoms. Anxiety being one of them.

For now, that is all I can recommend. But these issues alone should be enough to get you started on a journey that will eventually lead you to getting your health back..

Note: I am not a medical practitioner. I just know what made me feel better. And I hope that this can help anyone else.

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  • first, i dont think there is cure for anxiety. we just gotta live with it.second, the only foods or things that ive suspected to trigger panic are things high in caffeine, and possibly potassium. also cigarette smoke (i am not a smoker but ive started to notice that the smoke could trigger attacks), fatigue (the number one trigger for me) and lack of food. you can try to avoid foods, places, etc, to the point your life is miserable, if that happens, then panic wins. i still drink the occassional coke, eat bananas, and hang out with smokers. and i still have fun and stay up late, and am wrecked the next day. if that brings on a panic attack, well, id rather that then no life at all. xxx
    dani_cali 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • Different things contribute to it.I find that when I eliminated certain food components, it did make a difference.Being able to avoid people that cause you anxiety, is important also.If you live with someone who refuses to lock the door, coming and going throughout the day, leaving it unlocked, then that causes a constant state of worry.Different people are affected by different things. Each little thing weakens us.Sage, I'm curious about the zapper thing. I got a cheap one online once, but never used it, fearing the electricity would cause the mercury in my dental fillings to leak out faster. Exposure to electromagnetic currents does that after all. Does it really work though? Would that really drive all parasites out? I took garlic pills before. Wouldn't that kill it off just as well?For candida, I found my insane sugar cravings eliminated once I gave up sugar entirely for a time, and also I ate virgin coconut oil, since I read that is the perfect way to kill it off. Actually, I tried the coconut oil, couldn't stomach it, so I looked up the two key components in it, and found a supplement that has it, and took that for awhile. My memory did improve, my anxiety not as bad, and no more insane cravings for certain types of food.
    Wolf Dreamer 20 Replies Flag this Response
  • Blaze, I read through some stuff following your link.I know powerful fields cause people to start seeing ghost.I remember watching a program where an alleged haunted house had its electricity cut off, and they then altered it somehow, and that lowered the electromagnetic rating, and thus eliminated the problem.Some devices I read create a problem, even when not on, just by being plugged into the wall.I wonder if I can buy a special hat to shield my brain with a faraday cage.
    Wolf Dreamer 20 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi,Is there are cure to anxiety? One reader said no, and being a long time sufferer I would say no too. The BUT in all of this is that it can be managed. Managed on a couple of levels, and it's very much dependent on the individual.- exercise- enough sleep- rest your mind/meditation- RELAX (probably as silly thing to read for an anxiety sufferer)I have a little mantra I like to use to put ME in perspective in relationship to me ego.I can hear you.I know what you are trying to do.You are not me.I am not doing this anymore.Thank you.It settles me down as I am not going to let me ego get in the way.Try it out. Let me know how you go.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • February 11, 2010
    • 00:56 AM
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  • first, i dont think there is cure for anxiety. we just gotta live with it.second, the only foods or things that ive suspected to trigger panic are things high in caffeine, and possibly potassium. also cigarette smoke (i am not a smoker but ive started to notice that the smoke could trigger attacks), fatigue (the number one trigger for me) and lack of food. you can try to avoid foods, places, etc, to the point your life is miserable, if that happens, then panic wins. i still drink the occassional coke, eat bananas, and hang out with smokers. and i still have fun and stay up late, and am wrecked the next day. if that brings on a panic attack, well, id rather that then no life at all. xxx --- There most certainly is a cure for anxiety. Caffeine raises cortisol and causes anxiety attacks. Two cups of coffee raise cortisol 35%! Doctors say that if caffeine was discovered today it would be a CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. B vitamins are also involved. If you do things that deplete them, or do not take enough to deal with the empty starches and sugars you eat, then you will have anxiety. B vitamins are water soluble and do not persist long. Nutritionists recommend you take a complete b complex in a low dose 2-3 times / day because of this. I do not recall which b vitamin is most linked to panic/anxiety but they all work synergistically and should be taken together. I believe I read that smoking is one thing that depletes b vitamins. Honestly, I don't see how people could think they could subsist on caffeine and empty calories and not experience repercussions. I am just offering y'all a lifeline, I won't be back to this topic. Good luck.
    madanthony 1087 Replies
    • February 18, 2010
    • 10:49 PM
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