Source: 4 Herbal Supplements That Helped Me Beat My Problems With Social Anxiety | Collective-Evolution
Have you ever had a panic attack? Chances are most of us think it’s an intense form of butterflies — that anxious feeling in the pit of the stomach just before you take up a test or bungee jump.
That’s actually not true.
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4 Herbal Supplements That Helped Me Beat My Problems With Social Anxiety | Collective-Evolution
Looking at my options, there were 2 ways I could deal with the problem. One was to go hardcore, guns blazing, with racetams and Noopept; the other option was to get something that could take care of my general wellness over a longer term.
I thought I’d go with the more subtle approach first.
I went with Red Ginseng, Kava Root, and Passion Flower Extract. Of course, there are several supplements that you can use to combat anxiety; I’m just choosing the ones that were highly recommended by friends.
This is the most popular cure-all available on the market right now. It is used to treat a variety of conditions like depression, mood swings, lack of focus, and anxiety. It also increases the overall energy levels in the body, both physically and mentally.
Sometimes called just Kava, this root is found in the South Pacific islands. It has been used by the natives of the islands for centuries for their calming effects on the brain. Kava has been found to produce effects comparable to drugs like valium. You should take care to consume it in controlled doses.
Passion Flower Extract
Extracts from this flower are used to treat a variety of disorders, from lack of sleep to restlessness. It is also used by a lot of people to treat gastritis and other afflictions brought about by an agitated brain.
Hopefully, hearing of my experiences is useful to you and helps you deal with your own anxiety issues. The key is to believe in yourself and to steer clear of people you think might be hindering your progress. Always remember that you are stronger than your condition, and that several people have already come out of this better and tougher!
Stay strong and don’t give up the fight!