Anxieties – types of treatments

Anxieties have a wide range of types of treatments:


Medications are usually given by a psychiatrist and sometimes by a family doctor. There is a wide range of drugs like: Ciprofloxacin, Prozac, Recital, serotonin and noradrenaline blockers like Simvlata or Viafax, and sedatives like Vabun Klonex or Xanax. Adjusting the medication is important and sometimes critical, so if you have decided to take a medication, an in-depth diagnosis by a psychiatrist is needed.

It is recommended that you take the medicine before you take it

Medications to treat anxiety disorders can cause unwanted side effects and even be addictive. It is very important to examine the variety of options, consider the pros and cons of each drug and find together with the psychiatrist the one that is most suitable for you.
In certain types of anxiety disorders like phobias or social anxiety, the medical recommendation for drug use can only be from time to time and not on a regular basis.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy

During the treatment the patient learns about the disturbing and anxious thoughts, about the situations that cause stress, and gradually he learns to anticipate these situations in advance and deal with them using tools acquired during the treatment. The treatment requires the patient to make an independent independent investment between sessions. Also the treatment does not relate to the emotional world. Anxiety that originates emotionally may not respond at all to this treatment.


Intended for the treatment of conversations, which focuses not only on the problem itself, but on the overall framework of everyone’s life, feelings, and experiences. The treatment is especially good when the tension and stress stem from an emotional interest and a memory of the past. This treatment in most cases requires multiple sessions so the psychologist slowly learns to understand the stress and range of emotions the patient is experiencing.

Techniques of relaxation and guided imagery to treat anxiety

A sedative technique that helps a person develop the ability to better cope with the stressors that lead to anxiety, as well as some of the physical symptoms of anxiety. The techniques learned include practicing proper breathing.

Biofeedback for the treatment of anxiety

Practice computer relaxation techniques. The patient monitors the physiological parameters like his heart rate, sweating and more. Learning and practicing relaxation is also done as part of cognitive behavioral therapy, but without a computer.

Hypnosis for the treatment of anxiety

Learning and practicing deep relaxation, which helps reduce stress, requires release of control and entry into a hypnotic state

Ways of treatment and self-practice:

Anxiety treatment by sports
is engaged in moderate sports activities. Studies show that about 30 minutes of exercise, 3-5 times a week can lead to significant relief from anxiety and seizures.

Treatment of Anxiety by Relaxation and Breathing
Techniques Regular practice in relaxation techniques like, meditation, yoga, guided imagery.

Treat anxiety by practicing “deep breathing from the abdomen”
take a deep breath count to four hold the air count to four and exhale the air in a count to four. Do the exercise ten times morning and evening. This regular practice of lowering daily stresses and pressures will significantly reduce anxiety states.

Treating Anxiety By Laughter Exercises Laughter
is a therapeutic tool that relieves stress and anxiety and relieves us by releasing endorphins from the brain the same chemical that helps relieve pain and stress and anxiety. All we have to do is laugh (even artificially) a big laugh accompanied by a loud laugh. This exercise with the help of family members, funny videos or any other liberating way.

Treating Anxiety By Positive Thinking
You should close your eyes and take a deep breath and imagine that you are in a calm place, outdoors, in the open air, in a place lit by pleasant light and clean air. You need to relax your muscles and let yourself relax from the everyday and every thought.

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