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4 Natural Remedies for Anxiety

There are many natural remedies for anxiety.  If you know which ones to use you can indeed find relief for your anxiety without having to turn to pharmaceuticals.  Pharmaceuticals have side effects, like all drugs. 

However, by opting for a natural approach you will have far less to worry about in terms of side effects and long term use issues.  In fact, many of the remedies we will discuss in this article for treating your anxiety are either food based or involve lifestyle changes.

Three great approaches to naturally addressing your anxiety are meditation, massage and acupuncture.  These three ancient practices can work wonders for treating your anxiety and even depression.  Recent studies have shown that all three of these practices and approaches not only work but can be extremely effective.  Let's take a look at what these three natural remedies for anxiety have to offer you. 

Natural Remedy One.  Meditation

Meditation has truly not received the attention that it deserves, but that is changing.  Studies have shown that meditation can do more than lower blood pressure but can, in fact, help make you calmer, lower inflammation in your body and create an overall sense of well-being.

Natural Remedy Two.  Massage

The ancient practice of massage likely predates recorded history, but there is no doubting that it works.  Massage lowers stress hormones and inflammation in your body. This, in turn, will lead to less stress and anxiety.  If you want an all-natural way to deal with anxiety, then you will literally love a good massage.

  • Natural Remedy Three.  Acupuncture

    In the past, acupuncture received a good deal of criticism from the medical community, but it now ranks highly on the natural remedies for anxiety list.  Recent studies have shown that acupuncture can block pain from reaching your brain.  Major medical facilities, such as the Mayo Clinic, now recognize acupuncture as a way to treat chronic pain.

  • Natural Remedy Four.  Deep Breathing and Relaxing

    Deep breathing may seem too easy to reduce anxiety, but it does work.  The simple fact is that any step you can take to relax will help you reduce your anxiety.  This means listening to music, talking about how you feel with friends or doing anything that you enjoy can help.

    Five Additional Key Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety

    •  Aromatherapy

    •  Omega-3 fatty acid rich foods or supplements

    •  Foods rich in B vitamins and B vitamin supplements

    •  Working out, exercise.  Even a long walk around the block, or better still in the countryside can work wonders.   I love walking – hiking and camping. I arrive back home feeling tired, but mentally refreshed and recharged. 

    •  Remove yourself from anxiety inducing situations. Walk away. 

    Follow these natural remedies for anxiety and you will see results.  Try using several methods in the same day or period of time.  Of course, seek medical help from your doctor if your symptoms are prolonged, severe or worsen.


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