Highlights

Remedy To Stress and Anxiety

  1. A certain amount of stress is a normal part of life. You can use some simple techniques and strategies to help you cope.
  2. There are diagnosable medical conditions that describe stress and anxiety that affect people beyond the normal and manageable amount.
  3. Unmanageable stress and anxiety can be unhealthy, both physically and psychologically. It’s important to seek help if you’re unable to control your worries and stress is impacting your daily life.

Most people experience stress and anxiety from time to time. The feeling of being “stressed” can be triggered by an event that makes you feel frustrated or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, worry, or unease. It can be a reaction to stress, or it can occur in people who are unable to identify significant stressors in their life. Stress and anxiety are not always bad. In the short term, they can help you overcome a challenge or dangerous situation. Examples of normal stress and anxiety include worrying about finding a job, feeling nervous before a big test, or being embarrassed in certain social situations. If we did not experience some anxiety we might not be motivated to do things that we need to do (for instance, studying for that big test!).

However, if stress and anxiety begin interfering with your daily life, it may indicate a more serious issue. If you are avoiding situations due to irrational fears, constantly worrying, or severe anxiety about a traumatic event weeks after it happened, it may be time to seek help.

What Do Stress and Anxiety Feel Like?

Stress and anxiety can produce both physical and psychological symptoms. People experience stress and anxiety differently. Common physical symptoms include:

  • stomachache
  • muscle tension
  • headache
  • rapid breathing
  • fast heartbeat
  • sweating
  • shaking
  • dizziness
  • frequent urination
  • change in appetite
  • trouble sleeping
  • diarrhea
  • fatigue

In addition to physical symptoms, stress and anxiety can cause mental or emotional ones. These can include:

  • feelings of impending doom
  • panic or nervousness, especially in social settings
  • difficulty concentrating
  • irrational anger
  • restlessness

People who have stress and anxiety over long periods of time may experience negative related health outcomes. They are more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and may even develop depression and panic disorder

 

What Causes Stress and Anxiety?

For most people, stress and anxiety come and go. They usually occur after particular life events, but then go away.

Common Causes

Common stressors include:

  • moving
  • starting a new school or job
  • having an illness or injury
  • having a friend or family member who is ill or injured
  • death of a family member or friend
  • getting married
  • having a baby

Drugs and Medications

Drugs that contain stimulants may make the symptoms of stress and anxiety worse. Regular use of caffeine, illicit drugs such as cocaine, and even alcohol can also make symptoms worse.

Prescription medications that can make symptoms worse include:

  • thyroid medications
  • asthma inhalers
  • diet pills

Stress- and Anxiety-Related Disorders

Stress and anxiety that occur frequently or seem out of proportion to the stressor may be signs of an anxiety disorder. An estimated 40 million Americans suffer from some type of anxiety disorder.

People with these disorders may feel anxious and stressed on a daily basis and for prolonged periods of time. These disorders include:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a common anxiety disorder that causes uncontrollable worrying. Sometimes people worry about bad things happening to them or loved ones, and at other times the person may not be able to identify any source of worry.
  • Panic disorder is a condition that causes moments of extreme fear, a pounding heart, and shortness of breath, commonly known as panic attacks.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that causes flashbacks or anxiety as the result of a traumatic experience.
  • Social phobia is a condition that causes intense feelings of anxiety in situations that involve interacting with others.
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a condition that causes repetitive thoughts and the compulsion to complete certain ritual actions.

Natural Solution

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It is the exclusive food of the queen bee throughout her highly productive life, enabling her to lay up to 3,000 eggs per day during her six-year lifespan. Worker bees eating ordinary honey live only four to six weeks.

Royal Jelly contains vitamins A, C, D, and E and is also a rich natural storehouse of the B-complex vitamins. A major ingredient is vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), one of the most important substances in the body, essential for the synthesis and metabolism of proteins, fats, carbohydrates and several hormones. Royal Jelly contains all eight essential amino acids plus ten secondary amino acids and notable amounts of the minerals calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, potassium, silicon and sulphur. It also contains nucleic acid.
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OTHER INGREDIENTS
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CONTENTS

60 tablets (250 mg. each)

DIRECTIONS

Take one tablet, twice daily.

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Causes And Natural Solution to Menstrual Pain: Menstruation is a monthly occurrence for women in which the body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb), which is then passed through a small opening in the cervix and out through the vaginal canal.

Some pain, cramping, and discomfort during menstrual periods is normal. However, excessive pain that causes you to regularly miss work or school is not.

The medical term for painful menstruation is dysmenorrhea. Primary dysmenorrhea occurs in women who experience pain just before and during menstruation, but who are otherwise healthy. Women who have had normal periods that later become painful may have secondary dysmenorrhea. This condition is usually accompanied by a problem affecting the uterus or other pelvic organs.

What Are the Causes?

There may not be an identifiable cause of your painful menstrual periods. Certain women are at a higher risk for having painful menstrual periods. Risk factors include:

  • being under age 20
  • having a family history of painful periods
  • smoking
  • having heavy bleeding with periods
  • having irregular periods
  • never having had a baby
  • having experienced early puberty, which is puberty before the age of 11

Hormone-like substances called prostaglandins trigger muscle contractions to help your uterus expel its lining each month. These contractions can cause pain and inflammation. Women with higher levels of prostaglandins may experience more severe menstrual cramping and pain.

In some cases, such as with secondary dysmenorrhea, painful menstrual periods can be the result of an underlying medical condition, such as:

  • premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • endometriosis (a painful medical condition in which cells from the lining of the uterus grow in other parts of the body)
  • fibroids in the uterus (noncancerous tumors)
  • pelvic inflammatory disease, an infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries often caused by sexually transmitted infections
  • sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • adenomyosis, a rare condition in which the uterine lining grows into the muscular wall of the uterus
  • cervical stenosis, a rare condition in which the cervix is so small it slows menstrual flow (NLM)

Certain types of birth control, specifically intrauterine devices (IUDs) made of copper, are associated with increased pain during menstruation.

When to Call a Doctor

If menstrual pain is interfering with your ability to perform basic tasks each month, it may be time to talk to your gynecologist about your symptoms. Talk to your doctor if you experience any of the following:

  • pain after IUD placement
  • painful menstrual periods that have lasted longer than three months
  • passing blood clots
  • cramping accompanied by diarrhea and nausea
  • pelvic pain when not menstruating

Sudden cramping or pelvic pain could also be signs of infection. An untreated infection can cause scar tissue that damages the pelvic organs and may lead to infertility. If you have symptoms of an infection, seek prompt medical attention. Symptoms include:

  • fever
  • severe pelvic pain
  • sudden pain, especially if you may be pregnant
  • foul-smelling vaginal discharge

Natural Treatment

increase your intake of a very good multi-vitamin/multi mineral tablet, especially calcium and magnesium Alternatively, Royal Jelly is also really excellent.

Plus, Nature-Min helps regulate fluid balance and hormonal balance and contains both calcium and magnesium. As well as all other important minerals like zinc maintain an adequate diet and daily exercise reduce or avoid the following foods: salt, alcohol, coffee, cigarettes, red meats and canned foods.

Drink plenty of water with aloe vera gel drink before and after menstruation (this will help reduce inflammation greatly and avoid pain).

When your period pain is at its worst I suggest you take it twice daily rigorously avoid constipation (again the aloe vera will assist
with this) put a hot water bottle on your stomach; this will also help reduce inflammation, as well as allow blood to flow, thus relaxing your muscles rub your abdomen with aloe heat lotion; this reduces inflammation and relieves pain

Home Treatment

Treatments may be successful in relieving painful menstrual periods. It includes:

  • using a heating pad on your pelvic area or back
  • massaging the abdomen
  • taking a warm bath
  • regular physical exercise
  • eating light, nutritious meals
  • practicing relaxation techniques or yoga
  • taking aloe vera gel drink and Royal Jelly
  • raising your legs or lying with your knees bent

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