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It can be hard to stay on top of general anxiety disorder treatment and research news. Sorting through the best thing to do for panic attacks, social anxiety, or other anxiety disorders is challenging and complicated. If you are looking for help in these areas you need some guidance keeping up with and interpreting the research.
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Shaheen E Lakhan, Karen F Vieira, 'Nutritional and herbal supplements for anxiety and anxiety-related disorders: systematic review', Nutrition Journal (in press)
This is interesting to me because my research only showed Kava to be helpful, along with lavender. Of course, Kava can also be dangerous which is not mentioned …
2.8 million (11 percent) of Women Over the Age of 59 Abuse Prescription Drugs. Not rated yet
One of the worst things I see in my practice is clients who are addicted to prescription drugs, specifically Xanax. Xanax is the trade name of a drug …
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