Anxiety Neurosis Treatment
Neurosis is a broad name for a psychological disturbance embracing mild forms of mental disorder including anxiety, phobias, obsessions and symptoms relating to post traumatic disorder.
Anxiety in nearly 50% of the cases is genetic. Of the other 50%, part of it is learned behavior from family and others who frequently display it and part of it from environmental factors such as domestic, social violence. And, any traumatic experience like a death of a loved one can also lead to it.
Anxiety to an extent is normal and part of life. It is as per the situation or appropriate for it. It is nothing but the physiological preparation of the body to face the impending difficulty.
Any fear that is magnified disproportionately and borders on the irrational and is not adequately addressed leads to anxiety disorders.
- Irrational fear
- Violent palpitation of the heart
- Loosing physical control
Homeopathy is holistic and the mind of the individual is the leading component in the diagnosis and cure of the disease, however chronic or acute. And, according to recent trails, homeopathy is as effective as diazepam (Valium) and benzodiazepine (Lorazepam or Ativan) in treating nervousness and anxiety disorders without the addictive harmful side effects.
With accurate diagnosis and homeopathic treatment, those suffering from debilitating anxiety can look forward to live a happy, worry free life. For best results from the homeopathic treatment, make an appointment with a qualified homeopath.
The trouble with ignoring or dismissing anxiety by simply trying to “deal with it” is the potential for that anxiety to develop into a more serious case of depression or manifest itself in physical ailments such as chronic migraine headaches, digestive issues and thyroid problems. Growing anxiety can also lead to a variety of professional and personal complications as the problem snowballs and becomes all-consuming.
Frequently Asked Qustions
What causes anxiety disorders?
Researchers are learning that anxiety disorders run in families, and that they have a biological basis, much like allergies or diabetes and other disorders. Anxiety disorders may develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events
How effective are treatments? How long do they take?
Success of treatment varies, but most people with an anxiety disorder can be helped with professional care. Benefits of CBT are usually seen in 12 to 16 weeks. Medication may be a short-term or long-term treatment option, depending on severity of symptoms. Treatment may be complicated if you have more than one anxiety disorder or if they suffer from depression, substance abuse, or other co-existing conditions.