Southland Chiropractic Clinic Newsletter
June 2017

Alternative Treatments for Anxiety and Panic Disorders
Tess Thompson

If you are not sleeping well, enjoying food and work; you are nervous, fearful or tense then you must check your health. These are the symptoms of anxiety and panic disorder. The cause of anxiety is mental stress, strong desire, apprehension or psychic tension. The reasons for this could be day-to-day life problems related to relationships, work, finance, mental or physical exertion, other personal or social circumstances and environment.

These problems may be temporary but they disturb our normal healthy body-system. It is good to find a solution to the problem that is the cause of anxiety and/or panic, at the same time it is necessary to take care of mental & physical health while dealing with the problems.

Natural anxiety medications provide the necessary tonic to keep anxiety attacks and nervous breakdowns under control. They provide the required mental & physical strength to fight the devil. The anxiety relief products like lavender and passion flower calm the nervous system and recharge the body by providing the necessary rest. The passion flower treats insomnia, controls high blood-pressure and nervousness.

The advantage of natural treatment is that it keeps you healthy and fit; you can work on your problem without feeling sick. These natural treatments do not have any side-effects; they assist in providing relief to the irregular and abnormal body physiological system.

When in anxiety it is necessary to take anxiety relief products to avoid panic attacks; prevention is better than cure. Panic attacks due to anxiety, depression or insomnia can be physically harmful to self or others.

Psychiatric drugs and anti-depressants are used to treat anxiety and panic attacks. There are other ways medicines can be avoided: by exercise, regular meals, talking, regular sleep and involvement in an activity that you enjoy. An otherwise healthy person under psychiatric drugs may feel socially inferior; this could add to anxiety and complicate the problem.

With natural treatment one can regain confidence in self and work to resolve the root cause of anxiety with a stronger determination. The natural panic attack treatments reduce anxiety level and help avoid future panic attacks.

Natural treatments like lavender and Melissa officinalis calm the nervous system to reduce irritability, nervousness and restlessness. Natural treatments keep you close to the nature's healing powers; the confidence of being assisted by nature energizes you and induces within you a determination to cooperate with these powers to resolve your life problem.


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About Our Practice
Dr. Hakimian and his staff are dedicated to the enhancement of your health and performance. We offer the latest equipment and techniques for the treatment of injuries arising from home, auto or work as well as sports and recreational activities. At our offices we treat the whole person, knowing that all parts of the body must work together for optimum health and performance.

Chiropractic is an Art, together with a Science and a Philosophy, which deal directly with the nervous system of our body. These nerves control all bodily functions, both conscious and automatic. The art is the gentle and specific adjustment or movement of the joints within the body to relieve pressure on the nerves and to produce normal joint motion. This action minimizes both wear and tear as well as pain.

Dr. Hakimian is concerned about your body's overall health, he can evaluate and treat your spine if it is degenerating. Dr. Hakimian can teach you how to strengthen and protect your back with exercises and proper movement. You may also learn about healthy lifestyle choices, since the health of your spine is linked to the health of your entire body.

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