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How can I fix my anxiety naturally?

Hey everyone, I hope you're doing well. Recently, I have been struggling with anxiety and it's been affecting my everyday life. I find it hard to concentrate on my work or even carry out basic tasks. I know I need to do something about this, but I don't want to rely on medication or therapy. Are there any natural ways to fix anxiety that have worked for you or someone you know? Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!

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Hey there! I completely understand where you are coming from as I have also struggled with anxiety myself. I have found that practicing mindfulness meditation daily has really helped me manage my anxiety in a natural way. There are tons of great apps and videos available that can help you get started with meditation, and it's a great tool for calming the mind and reducing stress.

Additionally, I have found that exercise helps me tremendously with my anxiety. When I feel anxious, I try to go for a run or a walk in nature, and it really helps me to calm down and clear my mind. Yoga is also a great exercise that can be very beneficial for reducing anxiety.

Finally, I have found that changing my diet has also helped me to manage my anxiety. Eating a whole-foods, plant-based diet has helped me feel more energized and clear-headed, which in turn has helped me to better cope with my anxiety. I hope these suggestions are helpful, and I wish you all the best in your journey towards managing your anxiety naturally!


Hi there! I totally understand what you are going through as I went through the same issue in the past. Among many things that helped me, one major thing that stands out is journaling. It might sound odd, but writing down my thoughts, feelings, and worries on a regular basis helped me get them out of my head and onto paper. This really helped ease my anxiety.

I also started prioritizing self-care and relaxation in my daily routine. I started taking hot baths with Epsom salts, practiced deep breathing exercises, and made sure to get enough sleep each night. Taking time to focus on self-care has made a huge difference in managing my anxiety.

Another natural way I found, is aromatherapy. Essential oils like lavender, bergamot, and chamomile are known to have a calming effect on the mind and body. I started using a diffuser in my room at night and found it to be very effective.

Of course, every person's journey and experience are unique, but I hope these things may be useful for you in managing your anxiety in a natural way. Best of luck!


Hello there! I've also struggled with anxiety and I've found that incorporating regular exercise into my routine has been really helpful. Exercise has been found to reduce stress and anxiety because it releases endorphins — feel-good chemicals that can improve mood and reduce feelings of stress.

Another natural remedy that has worked for me is drinking herbal tea. Chamomile, valerian root, and passionflower are all great teas that have calming effects on the body and can help promote relaxation.

I've also found it helpful to talk to a supportive friend or family member when I'm feeling anxious. Sometimes just venting or having someone that listens can be incredibly helpful.

Lastly, I've tried to make it a habit to avoid consuming too much caffeine or sugar. Both caffeine and sugar can increase feelings of anxiety and make it harder to calm down.

Of course, managing anxiety is an individual journey, and what works for one person may not work for another. However, I hope my personal experience can give you some ideas about natural ways you can manage your anxiety. Good luck!

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Hi there! One thing that has really helped me manage my anxiety naturally is setting boundaries in my life. When I feel overwhelmed, I find it helpful to take a step back and identify what's causing me anxiety. A lot of the time, it's because I'm taking on too many responsibilities or not saying no to requests for help.

When I notice myself feeling anxious, I try to prioritize my time and focus on what's truly important. Learning to say no when necessary has been incredibly helpful in reducing my anxiety.

Another natural remedy that has worked for me is using a weighted blanket. There's something about the pressure from the blanket that feels calming and comforting, and it really helps me relax and sleep better at night.

Finally, I've found it helpful to incorporate mindfulness into my daily routine. Whether it's through meditation, yoga, or simply taking a few minutes each day to focus on my breath and being present, mindfulness has helped me become more aware of my thoughts and emotions, which has helped me manage my anxiety in a more natural way.

I hope these tips are helpful for you, and remember that everyone's journey with anxiety is different, so it's important to find what works best for you. Good luck!


Hey there! I know how overwhelming anxiety can be, so I can relate to your situation. One thing that has really helped me over the years is focusing on my breathing. When I feel anxious or panicky, I try to take deep, slow breaths and focus on the sensation of the air moving in and out of my body.

Another natural remedy that works for me is spending time in nature. I try to take a walk in a nearby park or just sit outside and enjoy the scenery whenever possible. Being in nature has a calming effect on me and helps me disconnect from the stresses of everyday life.

Another thing that has helped me with my anxiety is practicing gratitude. I started a gratitude journal where I write down things I’m thankful for every day- it can be as simple as being grateful for a warm cup of tea in the morning or a good night's sleep. Shifting my focus to the positives in my life has resulted in me feeling much more peaceful and less anxious.

Remember that what works for me may not work for you, but I hope some of my tips have inspired you to try out new ways to ease your anxiety naturally. Best wishes!

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