If Anxiety is destroying your day, consider trying these trusted home remedies to help with your anxiety.

  • Breathe in lavender.



Why: One study found that people who received a massage with lavender oil were more upbeat and had less anxiety than people who had a lavender-free massage. Another found lavender massage can even lower systolic pressure the top blood pressure number that’s associated with stress. Try putting a few drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow or in your bath, or add a few drops to a cup of boiling water and inhale for a quick calm-me-down. You can even dab a few drops right on your skin—it’s one of the few essential oils that can be applied directly. The scent of vanilla has also been shown to alleviate symptoms of anxiety. In a study done at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, patients undergoing MRIs who breathed vanilla-scented air had 63% less anxiety than those who breathed unscented air.

  • Try to get between 1 and 3 grams of omega-3s a day.


Why: There is some evidence that omega-3 fatty acids may ease Anxiety symptoms and lift your mood.

  • Try to get outside in the sunlight for 15 minutes a day


Why: This is a proven way of naturally increasing the vitamin-D levels, which can decrease the symptoms of anxiety.

  • Cut out (or down) Caffeine. 


Why: Caffeine boosts your energy and can make you jittery and anxious. If you cant go cold turkey try reducing the amount of caffeine intake.



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About anxiety and me

Hi my name is Michael, i have suffered with panic disorder since 2009. From 2009 to about 2013 anxiety ruled my world and prevented me from doing all the things i loved and enjoyed doing.