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    Default Vitamins or supplements to help Anxiety?

    Does anyone know of, or take any particular vitamins or supplements to ease anxiety?
    I would really love to find something. My arms, legs, feet, hands, face and neck are buzzing, horrible feeling in my tummy like something bad is going to happen any minute and I feel so so worried and anxious and I don't even know what about this time. Would love to feel normal for a change.

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    Default Re: Vitamins or supplements to help Anxiety?

    St John's wort can help but if your on the pill just be careful because it can mess the effect of it, apparently rescue remedy spray helps too but I havent used it. I hope you find something that's works because I know how horrible it feels to have anxiety.

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    Thanks, I'll give it a try.

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    Default Re: Vitamins or supplements to help Anxiety?

    Evening primrose oil as well. Just be careful with at johns wort as you can't take it while pregnant

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    You can try taking a vitamin b complex. I took one that also had inositol in it, I did some research at the time which had benefits but I can't remember why it was sorry.

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    My psychiatrist cited calcium supplements from a study done on anxiety. I've been trying it to no avail but who knows maybe it will work for someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kochanski View Post
    You can try taking a vitamin b complex. I took one that also had inositol in it, I did some research at the time which had benefits but I can't remember why it was sorry.
    I found vitamin b complex helped me.

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    Vit b and magnesium

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    Yes vitamin b and magnesium and also physical exercise. Get a routing going of running/jogging/walking every day for at least 30 minutes.

    The purpose is twofold- you will burn off some of the adrenalin your body is producing, and you will create endorphins which help you feel happier and calmer.

    Also reduce or eliminate caffeine/cola drinks/chocolate, and cut right back on anything sugary.


 

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