What you must know about releasing anxiety

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Feeling anxious is a normal part of life, simply feeling anxious is not cause for medical concern. Anxiety is a feeling of powerlessness or helplessness. It’s the inability to control things we think may hurt us. If you are constantly experiencing one or more of the emotions below, than you might have anxiety.

Signs of anxiety:

  • Self doubt;
  • Sweating;
  • Chest pain and palpitations;
  • Feeling of choking rapid heartbeat;
  • Upset stomach, nausea;
  • Tense muscles and blushing;
  • Numbness and SOB;
  • Excessive worry;
  • Sleep problems lying awake;
  • Perfectionism.

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How to release anxiety?

Start with a healthy diet

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Eating foods high in minerals, B 12 Vit, folic acid, green leafs, brown rice and no sugar helps maintain the health of serotonin.

Regular acupuncture treatment

Acupuncture treatment and Shiatsu acupressure on points along the spine improve nervous system and calms the mind.

Practice these activities daily!

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  • Meditation, mindfulness;
  • Psychotherapy- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy;
  • Self-hypnosis;
  • Deep breathing;
  • Listening to music;
  • Spending time with positive people;
  • Reading inspirational books;
  • Watching funny movies all helps to de-stress, revitalize and bring in deep sense of well being and relaxation.

Disclaimer: This information is intended to educate the public on other alternative approaches to health and not to cure diseases. Please consult your doctor if you need any help.

Guiomar Campbell

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Guiomar is a performing artist and an Integrated Health Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in depression and anxiety disorders. She has a degree in nursing and obstetrics from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. She received her diploma in shiatsu therapy in 1995 and a diploma in acupuncture in 1999 at the Shiatsu School of Canada where she worked for 15 years as a shiatsu instructor in the diploma program. She is a member in good standing of College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario (CTCMPAO). Guiomar specializes in men and women’s reproductive health, gynecology, pregnancy and post partum care. She also has lots of experience treating digestive issues, migraine headache, and insomnia.

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