Beating Anxiety



How LSD and shrooms could help treat anxiety, addiction and depression





Anxiety attack heart difficulties can arise from the heart being told to work too fast by the brain, which is in charge of the “fight or flight” mechanism. At this point, the body often decides to simply shut down because it’s easier on the systems involved. For this reason, the heart once again runs the virtual gamut of both beating faster and beating slower; calming the body down and slowing blood flow one moment and then speeding the body up and creating more blood flow the next minute. 

Many people have a phobia about being in crowds and becoming lightheaded or fainting is a common symptom that they experience. People will sometimes think they have a more serious issue, but it reality it's only one of the symptoms that are associated with anxiety attacks. Fear of Losing Control Another anxiety attack symptom that is almost always present in an attack is the fear of losing control. 

The depressing effect of alcohol can lead to more frequent occurrences of panic. It can also lead to an increased chance of causing depression, which can just cause more problems for any panic sufferer. In some cases the excess consumption of alcohol can be one of the main causes of frequent panic attacks. 

Symptoms The list could go on for quite sometime, as symptoms tend to be a mixed bag when concerning panic. However, any panic sufferer will attest to the immense feeling of anxiety that accompanies an anxiety panic attack; as if there is nothing in the world that can help you, unfortunately it is one of the major common symptoms that mark an attack. 

Remember that only a medically trained professional can properly diagnose an anxiety attack and can, therefore, prescribe a practical anxiety attack treatment. There are no miracle cures, generally, and attacking the symptoms of anxiety attacks only combats half of the problem overall. Your doctors will likely rule out any associated medical conditions first. 

They may be caused by an upsetting event in someone's life or a fear of something they have experienced growing up. Stress is a big contributor to anxiety attacks, but the possibilities are truthfully endless. Medication is a known trigger of an anxiety attack, and being less than active is known to be a contributor as well.