Surviving day to day can be tough. We have to worry about food, housing, stable employment, money, our health, our children – so many things clog our brains that we sometimes lose control of daily life. If you suffer from anxiety or depression, there are ways to deal with the symptoms.
In certain situations, you begin to sweat, imagine the worst possible outcome, and second guess whether you should’ve gotten out of bed today. All the symptoms peak within minutes and happen frequently. Almost three percent of U.S. adults have panic attacks, but with time and care, you can get better.
Anxiety is undue concern or worry. It prepares your body for action to battle danger. But what if there’s no danger? Then, anxiety obliges the sufferer to keep fleeing from an unseen beast to an alien destination. If you’ve run this race before and feel like a champion, then you know the effects of anxiety – trouble at work, school, home, and with relationships. But help is available, through clinical therapy, hospitalization, and medication like ketamine.