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Gentle Rain for 60 minutes with a Dark Screen – the Rain is just visible.
Highly recommended for Sleeping and insomnia.
Also ideal for Relaxing or Studying.
Light Rain works well for Reducing Stress or Anxiety.
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Treatment For Anxiety – Symptoms of Anxiety and Symptom Types of Anxiety
A treatment for anxiety can be as simple as exposure therapy or attention training. Psychotherapy is also a viable option. Cognitive behavior therapy has a strong evidence base and can improve symptoms of anxiety. Certain benzodiazepines are also effective in reducing symptoms, but they come with a high risk for abuse and adverse effects. Various methods of physical activity and relaxation can also help. Coping statements are another effective method of controlling anxiety. Regardless of the treatment, it is important to understand the basic physiology of the ‘flight-or-fight’ response. People with anxiety disorders inappropriately trigger this response and are therefore often anxious and fearful.
Physical symptoms of anxiety are caused by the flight-or-fight response, which floods the body with chemicals causing a high level of stress. Exercise burns up these stress chemicals and promotes relaxation. As a result, physical activity can help manage anxiety symptoms and improve one’s overall mental health. It is recommended that people with anxiety participate in at least three to four hours of physical activity per week, and try to vary the activities that they do.
Anxiety disorder can also be a comorbid condition. The World Health Organization (WHO) has a definition for these disorders. Anxiety disorders include obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and generalized anxiety disorder. Earlier, these disorders were categorized under anxiety disorders. However, the current ICD-11 Beta Draft identifies anxiety disorders as separate diagnoses. In the same way, treatment for depression is necessary for individuals who suffer from this disorder.
If psychotherapy and medication alone are not enough, a psychological evaluation may be necessary. A healthcare provider may recommend a combination of these treatments, depending on the severity of symptoms. Cognitive behavioral therapy teaches people new ways of thinking and acting, and can be very helpful for anxiety sufferers. For example, exposure therapy involves confronting troublesome feelings in order to learn new ways of handling them. These treatments are recommended for individuals who have not yet found the appropriate treatment for their condition.
The main symptoms of anxiety are physical or mental symptoms. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a disorder characterized by recurring and excessive worry. It differs from normal anxiety that can arise from stressful situations in life. Moreover, people with GAD also have frequent panic attacks, which are periods of intense discomfort, often accompanied by physical symptoms. The symptoms of anxiety in generalized anxiety disorder can be difficult to pinpoint. If the fear is so severe that it interferes with daily activities, it is usually a comorbid condition.
There is no single treatment for anxiety. Often, a healthcare provider will first collect a detailed medical history and physical examination. Although lab tests cannot diagnose anxiety disorders, they may order some to rule out physical problems. The healthcare provider will also ask about the intensity of symptoms and how they impact daily life. A healthcare provider will also refer to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-M) to determine the exact diagnosis.