Causes, symptoms and prevention of anxiety

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The causes of anxiety can occur for several reasons, as life tends to continually stimulate the nervous system and activate the fight or flight mechanism without giving any output. These can be the following:

  • Chronic diseases, physical diseases, angina, hyperthyroidism or hypoglycemia.
  • Stress is another very important cause. It can be due to work, family, society or stress on the environment.
  • Some medications, such as those used to control asthma or high blood pressure, maybe another important cause.
  • Consumption of chemicals such as caffeine, alcohol.

     Some symptoms of anxiety are:

  • The first symptom may be that you cannot cope with an objective or obstacle. In this situation, everything seems too much and the person feels lazy and useless, unable to perform depending on what activities, predisposed to the victims.
  • The second may be fatigue or difficulty concentrating. People can no longer focus on any activity.
  • Irritability, restlessness, worry, fear (tachycardia, sweating), ease of being upset; Unintentional waiting, quarreling or hitting may be enough to offend a person in this condition.
  • In some people, anxiety manifests itself through anxiety, insomnia, feeling of threat and must be safe.
  • Physical defects such as muscle tension, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting or dizziness are typical of anxiety caused by low blood pressure (ascents and decreases in heart rate) and hyperventilation, which in many cases is unconscious.

    Anxiety prevention can be done with the following tips:

  • A great way to avoid this problem is to do sports or exercise. Their role is to help us relax, especially if, in the open air or in nature, we “air” our thoughts.
  • Sleep is a very important factor. People have to sleep somewhere at 8 hours a night.
  • Make problems active or passive, but decide what is best in each case and understand that anxiety is as natural as fear or joy.
  • Yoga is another great way to relax. With its help, you can combat anxiety.
  • Try to do fun activities. Some of them can be: reading, walking, watching movies, socializing with our friends, etc.
  • Avoid sugary, refined, or poor quality foods.
  • Your diet should be rich in B vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids (W3, W6, W9) will help all endogenous synthesis, as well as balance our number of hormones and neurotransmitters. Foods such as fennel, seaweed, nuts and seeds, vegetables with very subtle cooking, whole grains and legumes.
  • You must set your daily goals.
  • Take relaxing baths and oil massages.