In some anxiety and depression cases, a patient cling to hope by taking anti-depressant drugs, hoping that it is the answer to their prayers in relieving them of their symptoms. It has been proven that certain medications work for some and not for others.
Anti-depressants have an enormous effect on the chemicals in the brain, thus changing the mood. Drugs are known to help anxiety sufferers cope with their displeasures, but what you have to remember is anti-depressants are not a cure. They are there to help control the condition by dealing with the discomforts, i.e., symptoms.
The healing process can take a few weeks for the drug to go to work and affect where you will see changes.
It is essential to follow through with any course of prescribed medication dosage from your doctor. Otherwise, it will hamper the effects.
Anxiety/depression can cause significant changes in a person's life where they have no choice but to turn to medication. Not all medical prescriptions of this sort agree with people, therefore unwanted side effects. Before continuing with any medication or treatment you feel is disagreeing with your body, then consult your doctor.
Pill popping is an easy way to take away the pain from backache - headache or whatever illness causes misery, but is it the answer to a cure? No, it is a temporary fix for pain.
Many sufferers take natural medication and treatments in the form of herbal remedies in the 21st century to combat the stress and pressure brought on by anxiety - depression, and panic attacks.
Visit your local herbal store and talk with the herbalist who can advise you on natural potions.
A proven therapeutic method practiced the whole world over for many people with health concerns is Yoga.
Surprisingly not many people are aware of the benefits that Yoga has to offer. It is known without a doubt to ease the mind and can with certain moves to relieve physical pain (depending on the condition).
If you feel there are no answers behind why your anxious moments erupt and that it is time for paracetamol, then think again, are you doing more harm than good.
Dealing with anxious moments can prove to be unsettling for many people, but then you have those that grin and bear it. Tense moments should not be ignored if they prolong or outstay their welcome.
An early grave has been the answer for many sufferers who found coping alone with anxiety caused more pain and heartache than actually dealing with it.
Are you a sufferer of the type of anxiety that leaves you feeling life is not worth living or wishing you were dead? If so, I urge you to rise from the grave in your thoughts and seek help.
You are not alone, and with the right support and medical attention, you can enjoy the experience of feeling on top of the world rather than six feet under.