Anxiety is all too common in our lives. You may have experienced anxiety in the past, whether it be new social situations, public speaking, or sitting an exam. Anxiety is a physiological response to antagonizing stimuli, whether that be external or internally manifested. The physiological effects may include an increase in your breathing and heart rate, which consequently concentrates the blood flow to your brain, where you need it. This response is adjusting your body's biochemistry in order to endure an intense situation. If this physiological response gets too intense, however, you might start to feel lightheaded and nauseous. When experienced in excess, anxiety can have a very detrimental effect on your physical and mental wellbeing.
Anti-Anxiety Plus is a formula made with natural ingredients that is designed to support nervousness related anxiety. A natural formula derived from herbal extracts, Anti-Anxiety Plus is a health-conscious decision in supporting the adverse mental and physiological effects that nervousness related anxiety can cause.
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Before considering any natural anxiety support supplement it is helpful to understand the signs and symptoms of the physiological effects that anxiety can cause. Anti Anxiety Plus is not intended to to treat clinical depression or anxiety disorders, it is always best to consult first with a medical professional to find the right product for you.
Panic attacks cause troubling physical symptoms, including irregular heart patterns, chest pains, and faintness. Often, people with anxiety disorder have an overwhelming sense of uncertainty that leads to stress and panic.
Anxiety disorders may cause a drastic increase in heart rate, palpitations, and a pressing feeling on the chest. It increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and severely impacts blood flow regularity.
Panic attacks can lead to anxiety over further attacks, so your brain continues to release stress hormones. This can lead to headaches, muscle tension, and loss of sexual desire. Anxiety disorders increase the risk of clinical depression and substance abuse.
Anxiety may at times cause rapid, shallow breathing. People that are experiencing feelings of anxiety may have an increased risk of respiratory health. At extremes, people who suffer from regular respiratory impairments from anxiety may have to be hospitalized.
When one experiences feelings of anxiety or stress, your body's physiological response is to send a rush of blood to your brain that carries hormones and chemicals designed to help you respond to a threat. While often necessary and helpful in some cases, frequent occurrences of this nature may be harmful in the long term.
Prolonged feelings of anxiety may lead to nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, and loss of appetite. Some studies have shown there to be a possible link between anxiety and digestive discomfort too.
GABA – it's full scientific name is gamma-aminobutyric acid – occurs naturally in your brain, where it functions as a neurotransmitter and helps regulate brain activity. Source 8
In one study at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, in Philadelphia, patients with a generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) who took chamomile supplements for eight weeks had a significant decrease in anxiety symptoms compared to patients taking a placebo. While the dosages of this test were higher at 220 mg, the Chamomile present in Anti Anxiety plus remains a vital part of the formula. Source 1
Some research indicates that L-theanine may help to increase feelings of calmness which may reduce anxiety associated with nervousness. In one study, anxiety-prone subjects were calmer and more focused during a test if they took 200 mg of L-theanine beforehand. Source 2
Yes, it's in beer, but you won't get the tranquilizing benefits of the bitter herb hops (Humulus lupulus) from a brew. The sedative compound in hops is a volatile oil may help to support feelings of relaxation. Source 3
Valerian has been used for centuries to help support feelings of relaxation and calmness. It contains sedative compounds; the German government has approved it as 1 method for supporting sleep-related problems. Source 5
Passionflower may have some sedative properties which people have used for supporting feelings of relaxation. Some studies find that it can reduce symptoms of anxiety that are associated with nervousness. Source 6
5-HTP is a natural amino acid extract, derived from the seed of the Griffonia simplicifolia plant. It is the immediate precursor to serotonin, a neurotransmitter that is generally thought of as the “happy” neurotransmitter, encouraging a feeling of well-being, contentment and stress reduction. Source 7
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It's part of millions of peoples lives and yet many people who experience anxiety related with nervousness continue to live their lives without support. Fortunately there are several natural ingredients that can help provide support, some of which have been exhibited in mainstream media.
"The seeds of Griffonia simplicifolia Baill., a tropical shrub native to West Africa, are rich in 5-hydroxy-l-tryptophan (5-HTP), a direct precursor in the synthesis of serotonin (5-HT)."
Published by Phytomedicine, July 2011
"5-HTP is an amino acid. Amino acids are substances that build proteins in your body. 5-HTP is related to serotonin, a brain chemical that affects mood, sleep, and pain."
Published by Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database Consumer Version, January 2009
"Chamomile, also known by the botanical name Matricaria recutita, is one example. It is well known to many of us who drink tea, not only for its delicious taste but also as an alternative treatment for anxiety. In a clinical trial, chamomile extract was found to reduce anxiety when compared with placebo."
As Seen in Harvard Health Publication, December 2012
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