I have diagnosed general anxiety disorder. I am currently taking setraline to help. I have heard that weed maybe beneficial to those with anxiety. I live in the state of Washington and it is legal here, and a new option I am looking into.View Thread
Thanks, I have heard that it depends on the person who smokes. I was hoping for a more lively discussion. I am really considering it and going to ask my doctor. I just want something that is more natural.View Thread
I have been diagnosed with anxiety for the last three years. While sometimes I do still feel anxious most of the time I am not. What I did was I went to a great doctor who put me on setraline and got me signed up into counseling. Also, yoga has helped me learn how to relax and meditate. I think that it is important to exercise. While you may have an anxiety disorder for the rest of your life you can manage it to the point it barely affects you. You can do it!!View Thread
I have felt many of the symptoms that you have described here. I think that it is a possibility that you have anxiety. I would try and see a different doctor and tell them what you have here. If it is anxiety in the mean time, take deep breaths, try to exercise as much as possible. Stay away from caffeine and try to get as much sleep as possible.View Thread
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