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Anxiety is an unexplainable feeling that can affect your quality of life. Fighting anxiety is a very hard battle. It will take time, a lot of effort, a lot of support and love from your family and friends and of course a lot of prayers.
There are many people who suffer from fear and anxiety, which holds them back from their dreams and potential!!
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." - The NIV Bible Edition, Zondervan 1984
We all experience anxiety from time to time and many sufferers can relate to feeling uncertain, tense, and, perhaps even fearful at the thought of sitting an exam, going into hospital, attending an interview or starting a new job. Some worry about feeling uncomfortable and perhaps app...
Anxiety attacks can cause a lot of panic and sadness with pounding heart beats, dizziness, shortness of breath and a fogged mind. One of the best ways to relieve and treat an anxiety attack naturally is making and sipping on a homemade soothing herbal tea.
An article covering the main symptoms of panic attacks and anxiety.
We often fear for something. But fear is nothing but a thought arising out of our own thinking. We can be fearless by changing the way we think and imagine about ourselves.
SerinAid® PhosphatidylSerine maintains sustenance for the mental health of an individual. SerinAid® PhosphatidylSerine helps in the pace-maintenance of broadcasting brain messages that are transposed into brain impulses and is diffused evenly to all the mirroring cells technically t...
Ashwagandha, being the traditional medicine of India has been considered as the best stress reliever. Having known its rejuvenating effects, read further to know what all Ashwagandha can help us.
Anxiety is very common. Fear, worry, anxiety, unease are all very common feelings. Anxiety attacks are not very common, but many of us suffer from anxiety attacks. Are you one of them? Let us find out.
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