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Saturday, June 11, 2011 ratheesh, Community Member, asks

Q: can we recover from anxiety by use a medicine for a specific time by any medicine for ever

my wife have a problem of anxiety neurosis and she is taking medicine since two months before our marriage and continueing can she recover from this by using any medicine for a specific time now using seranace,loracepam 2.5mg,parkin,oleox
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Eileen Bailey, Health Guide
6/12/11 12:04pm

Thank you for your question and welcome to AnxietyConnection.com.

 

I  am not a medical professional and would not be able to give you medical advice.

 

Many medications for anxiety are meant to be used on a short-term basis and should not be taken as a long-term solution. Medications can help to aid in other treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy.

 

It is important to keep track of anxiety symptoms on a daily basis. Keeping a log of what medication was taken, what food and drink was consumed and the level of anxiety can help when working with a doctor to determine if treatment has been effective.

 

In addition, lifestyle changes can help to reduce symptoms of anxiety. For example, daily exercise, meditation and yoga have been found to lessen anxiety symptoms.

 

For more information:

 

10 Things You Need to Know About Anxiety Medications Before You Take Them

 

Anxiety Research: Three Non-Prescription Ways to Lower Anxiety

 

Yoga: A Natural Prescription

 

Improve Mood and Lessen Anxiety Naturally With Yoga

 

Five Minute Meditation

 

Easy Meditation

 

How Diet Relates to Stress

 

Diet and Anxiety

 

 I hope this information helps.

 

Eileen

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By ratheesh, Community Member— Last Modified: 04/04/12, First Published: 06/11/11