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What is the routine and diet that can eradicate the anxiety

By November 4, 2010 - 9:20pm
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What is the routine and diet that can eradicate the anxiety or can help controlling it..

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Hey i dont feel anxious abot me having high BP ,i am having that from many years..while i was smoking..my anxiety feelings are withdrawl from social things..

November 29, 2010 - 3:06am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hi again!

Can you tell us why you are socially withdrawing? Has it something to do with your health or are you trying to stay away from other smokers? Or is there something else that's going on that once we know, we can help you further with?

November 29, 2010 - 12:31pm
EmpowHER Guest

Your welcome, we are always here to help in any possible way and thank you for letting others know about our site. Good luck and keep us posted! I am very glad to hear that remain smoke free.

November 7, 2010 - 10:51am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Hey Missie,
Yes i will be free from it and i dont get any feeling to smoke again now.it is out of the mind now,

Yes just an update ,quitting garlic and onion helped me..omlets and water,juice shakes,bananas are my diet contents anf they lower the things down..
I have a question..i undergo anxiety and perplexed feelings when i am dehyderated...when i drink a lot of water i am back again...during this time i feel high BP...
Do you have an insight to show me the path..whts wrong with me...

Thanks Thanks Thanks,


November 28, 2010 - 4:47am
(reply to Anonymous)

Hi Puneet,

You may want to have your blood pressure monitored or checked by a doctor, to make sure you don't actually have high blood pressure. That way, you can rule out a medical condition.

Your anxiety from quitting smoking is normal, and actually expected. How long did you smoke previously? Nervousness, jittery and anxiety are all withdrawal symptoms from quitting smoking, and once you can get past these feelings, they will diminish over time. It is a good idea to have a physical exam by a doctor, now that you are on the path to being a quitter (!).

If drinking water helps you feel better, you may be dehydrated. Are you often thirsty? Thirst is a sign that you are already dehydrated, and eating more fruits and vegetables (they contain high amounts of water, compared to processed or pre-prepared foods), as well as drinking more water throughout the day can help stabilize your feelings. If you still feel anxious or like you have high blood pressure (what are your symptoms, exactly?), a doctor's visit would be a good idea.

November 28, 2010 - 8:49am
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

Thank you to get some time out for me.It is highly appreciated.I normally dont feel thirsty but i feel good when i have a lot of water,i am living in an area which is not so hot.

Yes anxiety triggered to the highest level after qitting,i was smoking for 3 years and was on nicotine you can say for 7-=8 years..
Water is a healer..for me..it stabilizes my mind..makes me feel better..but i can see i have a loss of energy in me..

November 29, 2010 - 3:03am
EmpowHER Guest

Hi Puneet,
For natural ways to reduce anxiety, research shows that deep breathing is helpful which will also answer your question about Yoga being a great way to reduce your anxiety. Yoga contains many deep breathing exercises. Here is some more natural ways to reduce anxiety http://www.myhomeremedies.com/topic.cgi?topicid=306.

If you are concerned about your high blood pressure and running, you should really consult your physician about possible exercises. If you begin any sort of exercise regime, you should always consult your physician first. I hope this helps.

It is always great to hear from you.

November 7, 2010 - 9:34am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Thanks Missie, You have been a great help always and i do recommend people to get a feel of this website always .
See you soon and Thanks.

November 7, 2010 - 9:55am
EmpowHER Guest

Hi Puneet,
It is good to hear from you again and glad to hear that you are doing well without smoking. Have you been diagnosed with anxiety? Here is our link to our anxiety page which may be helpful for you http://www.empowher.com/condition/anxiety.

I found a nutrition guide that may benefit you also http://www.anxietypanic.com/nutrition.html.

Doing a little research on anxiety and garlic found that although garlic is great for blood pressure, it can indeed create higher anxiety or depression in some people. Maybe reducing your garlic intake will help with your anxiety.

I hope this information helps you. If we can be of more assistance, please let me know.

Good luck!

November 6, 2010 - 9:15am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Hi Missie,

Thanks for chiming in again.Yes i had cut down Garlic and i find myself better,i took water more,fruits,juices and i am better but haven't recovered much.

My few questions are still pending on you and your team
1) Can anxiety be treated and eradicated/avoided/reduced with medicine
2) I have high BP, and quitiing smoking has incresed anxiety ,i heard running is good but having high BP can i try that
3) is Yoga god for high BP guys?
Thanks again in advance.

November 7, 2010 - 9:00am
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