14 Things People Suffering From Anxiety Want To Tell Their Friends and Family But Can’t.

image via – shutterstock.com

Chances are you have a friend who suffers from anxiety.  You may adore this person, but be confused because you get mixed signals from them.  There are times when they are there for you, supportive, fun to hang out with…actually the person you feel most safe in sharing your innermost feelings.  Then suddenly they seem to fall off the face of the earth!  Sound familiar?

Maybe you’ve sent them 4-5 text messages, voicemails…and you don’t hear back. You may feel angry, rejected or just really annoyed at what seems to be really irresponsible behavior in a friendship that you value so much!  Finally you get in touch, make plans to get together, and then last minute plans get cancelled!?

This friend has explained to you that they live with anxiety, that sometimes feels worse than other times…that they are introverted; even though to you and others they seem like such an extrovert!

What in the world is going on?  The following VIDEO that you are about to watch really says it all: 14 THINGS THAT PEOPLE WITH ANXIETY WANT THEIR FRIENDS TO KNOW!

If you are a person who suffers from anxiety or you have a friend who does, let us know your thoughts in the comments after watching these incredibly HONEST and VULNERABLE messages in the Video Below.

Please SHARE This With Your Family and Friends

Apparently If You Blow Air On Your Thumb THIS Happens To Your Body!

It is really a fascinating phenomenon, that all the parts of the body have interactions with other parts, that are so unexpected.  In actuality, ancient Chinese medicine is based on their knowledge of pressure points that mysteriously are capable of taking away pain in certain areas, that you would never think would be related. These pressure points as well as other unknown tricks, will be discussed.

For instance Dr. Scott Schaffer; an ENT specialist, shared the SECRET TO RELIEVING THROAT PAIN, with “Men’s Health”;  he said the answer is to scratch your ear!  The explanation lies in certain nerves in the ear.  ‘Stimulating them causes a reflex in the throat to cause a muscular spasm, and that in turn relieves the tickle which can be painful’.

Have you ever noticed in movies, that when people are having an anxiety attack, someone will offer them a glass of water?  I’ve always thought to myself, “what in the world is water going to do?”  Well it turns out, according to “WebMD”, that the relationship between water and STRESS RELIEF, is well-documented.  Apparently, splashing ice-cold water on your face when you are anxious has a direct impact on your brain, known as the “mammalian diving reflex”.  The water shocks you into holding your breath, which in turn stops the shallow breathing that accompanies anxiety, and regulates your breathing into a more normal depth; deeper breathing calms you down.  Similarly, if you have the “butterflies” before an event, BLOWING ON YOUR THUMB regulates your breathing and controls the vagus nerve, which will slow down your heart rate.  When this happens it signals your brain that you are not in danger, and you CALM DOWN.

There’s nothing more annoying than a STUFFY NOSE, that just won’t drain.  If you want to relieve sinus pressure caused by Phlegm, press your tongue to the roof of your mouth, and alternate that with pressure with one finger against each eyebrow.  The mucus gets loosened by the force on the “vomer bone”.

When I was a kid they used to tell you to put butter on a BAD BURN, which was then debunked by icing quickly, to AVOID A SCAR.  Well, it seems that there is a better remedy than ice.  Pressing the pads of your fingers directly on the burned area, lessens the chances of blistering and scarring.  This is because a slower return to normal body temperature for the burned skin is less shocking to the system.

There are nerve pathways in the webbed area between your index finger and your thumb that signal the brain about pain coming from the face and hands.  Applying an ice cube to this webbed area, for instance if you have SENSITIVE TEETH, can block the pain message and the sensation will be alleviated.

In this epidemic of addiction to pain medications, these natural remedies as well as the pressure points illustrated in the video you are about to watch below to relieve MIGRAINE PAIN, can be a much safer answer for pain relief.  Releasing energy in one part of your body by knowing where to press, is the key!

Please SHARE this important PAIN RELIEF tutorial with your family and friends

If You’re Feeling Depressed Anxious Sad Or Nervous Try This Ancient Method For Instant Relief

Most of us have heard of acupuncture, reflexology and massage therapies that are derived from Eastern medicine. Although they have been used as healing practices for alleviating pain, trauma, illness and stress for thousands of years, they have only become accepted as a viable adjunct to Western cultures and medicine, in recent years.

According to Complementary Therapies Centre, a less well-known ancient Japanese healing practice known as “Jin Shin Jyutsu”, has been known to effectively treat depression, anxiety, sciatica, PTSD, and chronic neck and back pain to mention just a few ailments. It was brought to the United States in the 1950’s by an Asian-American woman, Mary Burmeister, after she met with Jiro Murai, an expert in the field in Japan.

The video you are about to watch below does a great job of describing and discussing this method, which involves lightly pulling or squeezing each finger, to alleviate disabling emotional states such as fear, anger, anxiety, depression and sorrow that goes on beyond the normal parameters. Each finger addresses a different issue. This a wonderful adjunct to other treatments that can help both children and adults achieve spiritual and emotional balance. Let us know if you will try this.

Please Share This Ancient Relaxation Technique With Family and Friends

If You Drink A Glass Of Lemonade Mixed With THIS You Will Get Rid Of Your Anxiety and Headaches!

Lemonade is one of the most refreshing beverages that you can enjoy in the summer, or really anytime all year long. It’s easy to make and it can be tweaked in all sorts of ways. Some people prefer theirs really sweet, others like it with lots of lemon slices, and some add in iced tea to make a half and half drink.

Now there is a new twist on the classic recipe which has people adding lavender to the mix. Doing this is a wonderful way to make your lemonade into a sort of health tonic. Lavender is not only a flower and a color, but also a fragrant herb that contains properties which help calm people’s nerves and senses.

Lavender essential oil has been used for centuries to help heal and relieve symptoms of common health problems. Not only does it detoxify and relieve stress, it has also been attributed with anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antispasmodic properties as well. It works naturally to help you relax by lowering blood pressure, pulse rates, and reducing overall feelings of anxiety.

Beyond these known health properties are the many other medicinal benefits that lavender has been linked to, including headache, sinus, pain and even hangover relief. The easiest way to harness all the healing power of lavender is to drink it up in a tasty beverage. That way you can both smell and ingest it for your body to further use to its benefit.

All that you need is some quality lavender essential oil and lemonade. Homemade style lemonade made from scratch is the best way to go about this. Take a couple of lemons and cut them in half. Squeeze the juice out of them over a bowl or pitcher and remove any seeds if you’d rather not drink them.

Add in some filtered water, a few drops of lavender essential oil, and a bit of honey, then mix them all together well. You can adjust the amounts of any or all the ingredients to your liking and add in some ice for a delicious, chilled beverage.

Instead of reaching for a glass of wine to help you relax and wind down after a long day, drink to your health and try this all natural, homemade, health tonic. It may just be the perfect drink for your needs right now.

Please Share This Recipe With Family and Friends 🙂