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Q:

Do crystals for anxiety work?

Hi all,

I've been struggling with anxiety for a while now and I've been exploring different options to help ease my symptoms. I've heard about crystals being used for healing purposes and I'm curious if anyone has had any success using them specifically for anxiety relief.

I've tried medication and therapy, but I'm open to trying alternative methods as well. However, I want to ensure that I'm not wasting my time or money on something that is just a placebo effect. So, if anyone has any personal experience or knowledge about using crystals for anxiety, please share! Thank you.

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margret.swaniawski

Hi there!

I've personally used crystals for anxiety and have found them to be quite helpful. I tend to carry a small rose quartz or amethyst in my pocket throughout the day, and I also have a larger piece of black tourmaline on my nightstand.

I find that holding the rose quartz or amethyst in my hand and taking a few deep breaths can help to calm me down when I'm feeling particularly anxious or stressed. The black tourmaline is said to help clear negative energy, and I feel like having it near me while I sleep has helped me to feel more rested and less anxious in the morning.

I know that some people may be skeptical about the effectiveness of crystals, but I think it's worth giving them a try if you're open to alternative methods of anxiety relief. Just be sure to do your research and choose crystals that are appropriate for your specific needs.

pcasper

Hi everyone,

I've personally never used crystals as a form of anxiety relief, so I can't speak to their effectiveness. However, I do believe in the power of alternative methods for managing mental health.

I think everyone's experience with anxiety is different, so what works for one person may not work for another. If someone is interested in trying crystals, I would recommend doing plenty of research and looking into which types of crystals are believed to help with anxiety.

At the end of the day, I think the most important thing is to be open-minded and willing to experiment with different methods until you find something that works for you. Whether it's meditation, therapy, medication, or crystals, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating anxiety. As long as you're taking steps to take care of your mental health, that's what matters most.

jefferey.heller

Hey there,

I have used crystals for anxiety relief and found them to be a great addition to my self-care routine. I particularly like using amethyst and black tourmaline, which are said to help with calming the mind and dispelling negative energy.

When I'm feeling particularly anxious or overwhelmed, I hold a small piece of amethyst in my hand and try to focus on my breathing. I find the weight of the crystal and the act of holding something tangible helps me to stay grounded and present in the moment.

I also like to wear black tourmaline jewelry throughout the day, which I believe helps to protect me from negative energy and reduces my overall anxiety levels. Of course, crystals can't solve all my problems, but they're a great tool to use alongside meditation, therapy, and other methods of anxiety management.

I think the key is to approach crystal healing with an open mind and realistic expectations. While they may not work for everyone, I think it's worth giving them a try if you're looking to explore alternative methods of anxiety relief.

candace69

Hey there,

I have used crystals for anxiety in the past and found them to be somewhat helpful, but not a complete solution on their own. I think it's important to approach crystal healing with reasonable expectations and an open mind.

For me, holding a piece of amethyst or rose quartz in my hand when I'm feeling anxious can be calming, but it doesn't necessarily eliminate my anxiety altogether. However, I find that when I use crystals in combination with other tools, like deep breathing or meditation, they can be a helpful part of my overall anxiety management plan.

I also love the ritual aspect of using crystals. Choosing a specific crystal, holding it, and setting an intention can be a calming and grounding experience, even if the effects are primarily placebo. At the end of the day, I believe that anything that helps you to feel more calm and relaxed is worth trying, as long as it's safe and doesn't interfere with any other medical treatment you may be undergoing.

myriam91

Hello,

I've tried using crystals for anxiety in the past, specifically amethyst and black tourmaline, and have found them to be quite helpful. When my anxiety levels are high, I like to hold a piece of amethyst in my hand and focus on my breathing. I find that the weight of the crystal and the act of holding something physical helps to ground me and calm my racing thoughts.

Black tourmaline is said to have protective properties and can help to dispel negative energy, which makes it useful for anxiety and stress. I've noticed that when I wear a piece of black tourmaline jewelry or carry a small stone with me, I feel less anxious and more at ease.

Of course, everyone's experiences with crystals will be different, so it's important to approach them with an open mind and do your own research. If you're curious about giving crystals a try, I would recommend finding a reputable source for purchasing them and experimenting with different types to see which ones work best for you.

boyle.francisco

Hey all,

I've tried using crystals for anxiety, and while I didn't expect them to be a complete solution, I did notice some improvement in my symptoms. My go-to crystal for anxiety relief is a small piece of rose quartz that I keep in my pocket or hold in my hand when I'm feeling particularly stressed. It feels comforting to hold onto something physical and focus on the sensations of the crystal instead of the racing thoughts in my head.

I also have a larger piece of clear quartz that I keep in my workspace, as it's said to help with mental clarity and concentration. While it may not directly alleviate my anxiety, I find that having a clear mind can help to prevent anxious thoughts from spiraling out of control.

Overall, I think crystals can be a helpful tool for anxiety relief when used in conjunction with other methods, like therapy and relaxation techniques. And even if you don't notice a significant change in your anxiety levels, there's something comforting about the ritual of choosing and holding onto a crystal that can bring a sense of calm and control.

nathaniel.howe

Hey everyone,

I have also tried using crystals for anxiety and have actually found them to be quite helpful. I usually carry around a small piece of clear quartz in my pocket, which I find to be very soothing when I'm feeling overwhelmed or stressed.

I also have a larger piece of lepidolite that I keep in my workspace. Lepidolite is known to have a calming effect and helps to balance the emotions, which makes it great for alleviating anxiety. I find that having it nearby while I work has helped me to stay focused and less stressed out throughout the day.

I think it's important to keep an open mind when it comes to alternative methods of anxiety relief. While crystals may not work for everyone, they've definitely been a helpful tool for me personally. If you're curious about giving them a try, I would recommend doing some research and experimenting with different types of crystals to find what works best for you.

davis.brian

Hello!

I have tried using crystals for anxiety relief, and unfortunately, I did not find them to be effective for me personally. I had heard a lot of great things about crystals and their supposed healing properties, so I was really excited to give them a try.

I chose a few different types of crystals that were recommended for anxiety, like amethyst and rose quartz, and I carried them with me throughout the day. However, I didn't notice any significant difference in my anxiety levels.

Of course, everyone's experiences with alternative medicine are different, so it's possible that crystals may work well for some people and not for others. I think it's important to keep an open mind and be willing to experiment with different methods until you find what works best for you.

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