Anti Anxiety Meds: Are meds the answer to your anxiety?
Anti anxiety meds are often prescribed by psychiatrists and family practitioners for the purpose of a quick short-term solution for anxiety and panic disorder.
The problem with western culture though, is that many of the drug companies are financially supporting doctors and insurance companies. The doctors know that if they keep prescribing drugs to their patients, then they will get more funding from the drug companies. The highly immoral activity has unfortunately gone on for decades and will continue to go on as long as these drugs provide the quick fix that patients desire so badly.
The most common type of anti anxiety meds are benzodiazepines , anxiolytic-type, selective serotonin re-uptakeee inhibitors (or SSRI’s for short), beta-blockers, serotoninor-epinephrinenre-uptakeakeake inhibitors (or SNRI’s), tricyclicsmono-aminemineine oxidase inhibitors (or MOI’s). The most prescribed are SSRI’s and benzodiazepines.
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SSRI’s are meant to be taken for long-term use. They are to be taken regularly every day. They have nasty side-effects, many are sexual in nature. Benzodiazepines are to be taken only when the symptoms of panic and anxiety start to flare up. Their side-effects include a feeling of dizziness and mental confusion…ironically dizziness and confusion are also symptoms of anxiety.
What doctors oftentimes neglect to tell their patients, is that natural cures are always available. The ultimate cure for panic and anxiety is to change the way we think about our condition. The sufferer of panic and anxiety didn’t arrive at their condition by way of drugs, so why would drugs cure it? The sufferer actually arrived at their condition because of negative self-talk that they’ve run in their minds over and over again. They have suffered all the other side effects of anxiety: hypochondria, agoraphobia, commitment phobia, etc… The cure is to find a way to talk themselves out of this negative self-talk.
Matt Collins – About the Author:
Matt Collins is a recovering panic attack sufferer and has made a mission of himself to help others.