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Reduces Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety is a disorder that manifests when a person is living in stress/survival mode for a significant amount of time.  Our bodies were designed to handle short term stress, but over time, if stress and survival become the new normal, anxiety takes over the body causing physiological changes as well as an overactive mind.  Essentially, the mind is living in the future, oftentimes analyzing worst case scenarios making it impossible for the body to be at ease.  If you or your loved one believes anxiety is present, here are some common symptoms:

     -Persistent, excessive worry

     -Difficulty sustaining attention

     -Racing thoughts, restlessness

     -Easily frustrated, prone to having angry outbursts

     -Feeling nervous or tense

     -Trouble concentrating

     -Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom

     -Trouble breathing

     -Increased heart rate

     -Changes in eating, either too much or too little

     -Difficulty with memory, decision making and focus

     -Unable to relax

     -Panic attacks or fear of impending panic attacks

     -Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.


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Stressed Woman
Relieves Symptoms of Depression

Depression is a disorder that feels like the body has been drained of all its energy.  It oftentimes feels like the body or the mind is paralyzed or has no more strength to go on.  The mind lacks enthusiasm for life and it spends much of the time living in the past or having regrets.  It is extremely difficult to break the cycle of depression because the emotions which are lower, i.e, sadness, guilt, shame or anger, signal the brain to have thoughts that match the emotions, then the thoughts signal the body to have emotions to match the thoughts.  Depression is a vicious cycle of hopelessness because it seems like there is no end in sight.  If you or your loved one believes depression is actively present, here are some common symptoms:

     -Feelings of hopelessness

     -Difficulty concentrating 

     -Insomnia or excessive sleeping

     -Irritability, restlessness, angry outbursts

     -Low energy levels, lack of motivation

     -Low self-esteem/lack of self worth

     -Lack of interest in activities that used to be fun

     -Weight loss or weight gain

     -Thoughts of death, suicide or self-harm

     -Persistent feelings of sadness

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Reduces Symptoms of ADD/ADHD

Attention Deficient Disorder and Attention Deficient Disorder with Hyperactivity are disorders of an overactive mind or in other words, certain brain waves are too fast, causing symptoms of inattention, anger and frustration.  If you or your loved one believes that ADD or ADHD is present, here are some common symptoms: 


Hyperactive/Impulse Symptoms

    -Fidgets/squirms, has trouble staying seated

     -Excessive running/climbing or restlessness

     -Trouble with quiet activities, work or school

     -Feels like being run by a machine

     -Often talks excessively, interruptconversations 

     -Difficultly waiting in line or awaiting a turn

     -Finishing other people's sentences

     -Difficulty finishing projects and tasks


Inattentive Symptoms

     -Difficulty paying attention, makes careless mistakes

      -Often does not seem to listen when spoken to directly

      -Difficulty in follow through on tasks

      -Trouble with organization

      -Often loses things such as keys or phone

      -Easily distracted by noise or any stimulation

      -Often forgets thoughts or responsibilities

Impulsivity Symptoms

      -Interrupting others

       -Finishing other people's sentences.

       -Difficulty waiting in lines


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