Natural Supplements for Anxiety

Depending on tranquillisers for lowering anxiety is not always a very helpful way of managing your anxiety. It reduces coagulation process which is not very healthy from a long term point of view.

As we all know that anxiety at some point or other makes us feel as if we are in a whirlpool of irreconcilability and unpredictability. The WHO report suggests that anxiety and depression are the most common among other mental disorders. And, this definitely raises a concern to work on health more efficiently.

One good news is that anxiety can be well managed, if taken care of. Usually the mainstream treatments for anxiety related disorders are anti-anxiety drugs and psychotherapies.

Along with the existing ways of managing anxiety, natural supplements can help in relieving symptoms of anxiety. Given below are some of these natural supplements which can be consumed on a regular basis.

Vitamins A, B, C and D
 Vitamins are organic molecules that are essential micro nutrients that an organism needs in small quantities for the proper functioning of metabolism.
Vitamin A helps the nervous system and muscles relax. It minimizes stress and ultimately calming your anxiety. Some signs of vitamin A deficiency are- acne breakouts, longer wound healing time or infertility. Some vitamin A supplements are – carrots, eggs, skimmed milk, etc.
Vitamin B helps in combating stress. It is used to create and repair neurotransmitters that regulate mood and behavior. Low levels may cause mental decline. Some vitamin B supplements are- whole grains, seeds and nuts, legumes
Vitamin C deficiency can make you often feel fatigued or depressed. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C, such as oranges and red peppers.
Vitamin D plays a vital role in regulating mood. It absorbs calcium and phosphorus and somewhat plays a role in building immunity. Eating foods rich in Vitamin D such as salmon, shrimp, egg yolk, mushroom, soy milk and lastly absorbing some sun on a regular basis can help you feel better.

Chamomile
Chamomile is a herb, widely used in form of tea due to its refreshing abilities. A study from Nottingham Medical School found, consuming chamomile supplements helps smooth muscle fibers and relax blood vessels significantly.

Lemon Balm
Lemon balm is a part of the mint family. It is popular for its calming and relaxing effects. It may help you with calming down and improving your mood. It is safe to use and has no reported side effects.

All these supplements can help you with anxiety in a natural way. You may consult with a general physician before beginning one for yourself.