Cure for Social Anxiety Disorders

in anxiety •  7 months ago

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If you suffer from high levels of anxiety then you probably have some kind of an anxiety disorder. I suffered from both Social and General Anxiety disorders for over 50 years until I found out what was causing it. The answer was surprisingly simple. It was being caused by whatever was in my daily soaps I was using. I found this out by going completely soap and shampoo free one day and noticed a huge difference in my anxiety levels.

Week 1:
Anxiety levels dropped dramatically in the first week. No more fainting/dizzy spells, irritability, negative thoughts, fear levels down, racing mind at nights etc. Basically everything related to my anxiety disorders disappeared which also included my depression. For the first week I felt very strange like I was on a high.

After week one of going soap free things started to calm down with a few minor issues of negative thoughts creeping in temporarily but this was only for a brief period.

It's been over 3 months now that I have gone soap free and I can't believe the progress I have made. I still have some psychological damage to deal with having had it for so long but this should heal over time. Also I can think a lot clearer, have stress free conversations with people and cravings for sweet things have been reduced.

Regarding smelling bad due to not using soaps this is just not the case. As long as you bath or shower daily you should be fine and you won't even smell after building up a sweat. I find using a face cloth very convenient to wipe away any excess oils and I use my hands for body parts that are sensitive.

Personally I find diets and exercising only a temporary solution to calming anxiety but not a cure.

Here is an earlier post I did regarding this but I wanted to give you some more updated info: https://steemit.com/anxiety/@readallaboutit/losing-my-social-anxiety-disorder-no-products-required

If you have any queries then please let me know in the comment section.

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Try to eat a high protein food and a lot of vegetables. It helped me to recude cravings for sweet, but for anxiety,I agree that working out is only temporarily solution

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Hi doctorcro thank for your comment. Going soap free automatically helped me with my sugar cravings. I have a jar of chocolate spread right next to me and I have no desire to eat any. In the past it wouldn't have lasted very long. Between exercising, diet and anxiety disorders - I believe by far that the anxiety disorders are the biggest problems and should be eliminated first. Without my anxiety disorder and cravings for certain products my diet is gradually changing for the better on it's own. Working out helps but what if you can't due to a disability or injury. I'm glad you agree working out is only a temporary solution as this has been my experience as well. A few years ago I was doing up to 1000 pressups and 5 km run most days and my anxiety disorder was bad regardless, I just felt a little calmer inside. My method really worked for me and I don't see why it shouldn't for others. Why don't you try it out on a one or a few of your patients and see what happens? I think you will be surprised at the outcome.

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I will definitely recommend to some of them, because we try q lot of different things and they didn't work

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Please keep me posted and thanks for offering to recommend it. You won't be disappointed. Unfortunately the big business will hate you doing it. It's all about the money. I believe in helping others and not making them sicker just to profit from it.

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What kind of high protein food helps you with this? I found that eating low carb helps my anxiety a lot. :-)

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Hi georgemason I think you need to ask doctorcro directly as he is more qualified than me to telly ou.

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I thought I had done! Did I click on the wrong link? :-p

You and I both share anxiety disorders. I have tried reducing how often I use deodorant. But still get depressed. Thanks for your story.

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Thanks Troy but you need to go soap free to see if it really works. Deodorant possibly isn't a problem at all. I no longer have an anxiety disorder. I wouldn't joke about such a serious subject. Go soap free for your next 1/2 showers and see what happens. It's the only way to be sure and you have nothing to lose.