hey thats a cool little website. sometimes on curezone people post links to products and kind of s...
hey thats a cool little website. sometimes on curezone people post links to products and kind of scammy websites, but i felt yours was a pretty legitamite post. so i checked it out and it has got some cool ideas. thanks
Dysbiosis generaly, and candida particulary, could be a causative factor to any disorder, includin...
Dysbiosis generaly, and candida particulary, could be a causative factor to any disorder, including OCD.
Our intestinal microflora is so important for our overall health, that once it has been disrupted with vaccines, antibiotics, pesticides, artificial hormones, poor diet based on sugar, food preservatives and other junk foods and countless other chemicals we are surronded today with .. once we cause serious damage to our microflora, it can result in any disorder and any disease, including but not limiting to:
depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, schisophrenia, inflammatory bowel diseases, acne, eczema, allergies, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, SIBO, liver diseases, large variety of skin disorders, most forms of cancer, most forms of intolerance etc this list is actually endless.
As dysbiosis has direct effect on our immunity, it weakens our immunity and our digestion, it is also a direct causative factor in just about any health problem ... you name it, mental, physical, emotional, ...
I've overcome it and want to share a guide with all people with OCD
I remember myself suffering from OCD since I was 14 (now I am 27), but I think it started earlier, I just didn't understand that yet. It was quite a hard experience for me as I didn't know about this disorder at all, so I was thinking I was just going crazy day by day. I didn't tell anyone about my condition and my fears, so it was a huge everyday stress that was making my OCD only harder. After some years I've got to know about OCD from some movie on TV and I told my boyfriend that I have the same thing. I was so relieved by telling someone about my rituals and other things and by knowing that I am not the only one in this word with this disorder and it even has a name. So I started to treat it with doctors and without them, I've tried a lot of methods and I am happy to say that now I feel free from OCD. There appear some symptoms when I get stressed or tired but they are very easy to cope! As I was struggling with OCD for many years and I know how hard it can be, I feel all the people with OCD as my sisters and brothers, so I really wanted to be helpful and decided to write a guide of self-help for people with OCD and also for their relatives/friends. Here is the link for this guide: https://www.solutionbay.com/solutions/obsessivecompulsive-disorder-ocd. I really need your feedback, so I will know if it's helpful or if I need to change something. I really hope that it will help some of you as I tried almost all of the methods described in the guide on myself and finally, they worked somehow. I hug you all and wait for your comments! Thank you!
Dealing with social anxiety may take efforts. But it’s worth to try. Most of the time I feel this anxiety increases as I meet people. I would like to share my experience about dealing with social anxiety.
I tried and tried to stay strong every time my boss put the blame on me even though it’s not completely my fault. For example when our client complained about the weak security system on their web. I wanted to shout at his face I have no bloody idea about internet security system. But when I did the right thing he never noticed. So a year later I resigned.
People are so unbelievable. I had been a jobless for the next six months and people started to look down on me. So I locked myself, avoided meeting others especially relatives and friends (which I barely had). Again, I was continually dealing with social anxiety.
then applied for remote-based job, got it after a skype interview. I worked for a company in New York from home and received salary from bank account. Still, people saw I was not normal enough since I didn’t go to office. Then one day my manager said she would come to Seattle next month attending some business meeting and asked me to come with her.
I was so shocked. If I refused then I would lose my job. Otherwise, I would meet stangers and it’s not impossible including my former boss. I agreed to meet her anyway. The sight of a middle-aged woman wearing glasses with severe look hit my imagination. I’d seen her before on Skype, but it’s not clear enough.
I was so damn nervous on the day of our meeting.
When the first time I met her I was right about my portrayal of her in my mind except that she didn’t have severe look. She had this smiley face and didn’t look like a stony geek. She came with George from the IT department. I tried to keep calm but my hands are all sweaty and cold. Thank goodness there are no people from my former company.
But I looked so gawky. Later in the evening my boss took George and me for dinner. She asked me if I was okay so I said yes. She looked at me that made me revealed my anxiety this whole day.
George said he had the same problem with me in his first days at work and he offered me to join Anxiety Therapy Class in New York. That’s it. I moved to New York and started my life over again. My boss supported me because she said my design was unique and had its own character. It boosted my confidence so I started my journey of seriously dealing with social anxiety.
I realized not many people with social anxiety had the same good opportunity as George and me. So I’d simply like to share the cutting-edge way of dealing with social anxiety
but I can't share in here coz it will too long, if you want to know more please visit
feeling like I am going to faint, my heart will race and I get hot. I went to the doctor and they ran blood tests. Now they are sending me to a cardiologist. After looking up my symptoms it kind of sounds like anxiety but I am not sure. Since I ... went to the doctor I keep feeling this tight pressure in my chest and I keep crying for no reason. Does this sound familiar?
This is how I live, but I can survive this things, I believe with my self. This how I survive this things :
1. Track Your Mood
Anxiety attack can be puzzling for some. You may feel that it comes out of nowhere and caused by nothing. If you feel like that, then chance is you still don’t have a thorough understanding about you and your anxiety.
The first step for how to stop having an anxiety attack completely is by understanding how it attacks you. You can do this by tracking your mood.
When you track your mood for a certain period of time, you will see a pattern. The pattern is different for each person, but it tells the fundamental thing to fight anxiety attack: the anxiety trigger.
Here is how it works. First, prepare a journal. Second, every end of the day, write your activity for that day and add the emotion you feel during each activity. For example, you can write it like this:
Going to work – feel normal
Called in the boss’ office – surprised
Lunch – uncomfortable
Writing report – clammy and want to go home quickly
When you have filled the journal for certain period, start noticing the activities around the time when you feel anxious. Maybe, you get anxious every time after being called in by your boss – no matter what the reason is. Maybe, you get anxious every time you do activities that make you talk in front of a group.
After knowing the trigger, you can help yourself to treat your anxiety better. For example, you can start to attend support group for people who want to be able to do public speaking. Or maybe, you can start to prepare your report and answer before your boss call you.
That way, you’ll be more prepared when something triggers your anxiety, and you won’t experience anxiety attack.
2. Differentiate Bad Coping Method
If you find yourself in this situation, you should stop as quickly as possible. Bad coping method can relieve yourself from anxiety for a moment, only to plunge you deeper later. If you choose bad coping habit, you’re blocking your own way to recover from anxiety.
This is one answer for how to stop having an anxiety attack. You have to be able to form a healthy anxiety coping habit from now on and separate yourself completely from bad coping habit. Bad coping habit including:
– drinking alcohol
– eating emotionally
– isolating yourself
– harming or cutting yourself
– torturing your thought by keep imagining the worst
3. Build Daily Habit: Exercise
Here is one thing you must know about how to stop having an anxiety attack. Daily habit affects how you function physically and mentally every day. A healthy daily habit may even improve your overall physical and mental well being.
Exercise is a habit that everybody should cultivate every day. According to thisresearch, exercise has many benefits, both mentally and physically.
Physically, it makes you fitter. It also releases endorphin into your system. Endorphin is a hormone that can make you feel good. Exercise daily means you will have a steady endorphin supply every day, giving you good mood and increase your tolerant for stress and anxiety.
Sorry I'm not post all of my journey in here, if you want to read all of that here the source :
My story Live Life to the Fullest with Social Anxiety
... When I step out of the house, I feel like every single eye in the street is looking at me; scrutinizing to find a flaw they can laugh at. When I see familiar people on the street, I flee and find the nearest available cover from their sight; hoping everybody won’t see me. ... ... ... ... Party invitation? ... ... ... ... No, thank you. The only party I’ll attend is pajama party; with only my pajama, in my room. ... ... ... ... Now I’m practicing 10 things of my life that change me, It’s look simple but try to practice, and looks the benefits of this things : ... ...
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