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I don’t think these two emotions are bound together, but they do impact us in ways that make us think they are two sides of a continuum. Low anxiety must mean high confidence, but that is probably not really true. There is some relationship to our family behaviors when we were being reared that impacts […]

Until you hit that 12 week mark you are going to be anxious, try maybe taking a warm bath with some lavender scented bath gel before you go to bed to relax your body and maybe it will help you sleep better. When you wake up from one of those dreams, just take a few […]

Don’t look at anyone, and imagine you’re in your own little world, even thought that sounds crazy. Just ignore it and count to ten every time you panic.

Homeopathic remedies basically don’t have any interactions with drugs, so as long as your doctor prescribed the Valium to you and you’ve used it before (just to make sure you know how your body responds), you should have no problem at all.

Ambien will make you go to sleep, a lot of times Xanax is perscribed for flights only because with Valium the residual drowsiness is extreme, the best for a short flight would probably be Ativan, as you will be alert easier but still will have the same effect (BTW all the drugs described besides Ambien, […]

More than 1 in 5 Americans now takes at least one drug to treat a psychological disorder, ranging from antidepressants like Prozac to anti-anxiety drugs like Xanax.   11% percent of middle-aged women use anti-anxiety medications 5.7% percent of middle-aged men useanti-anxiety medications

If you are unsure, call your doctor.

Valium won’t sedate you completely, if that’s what your asking. it will make you feel calm and sleepy.

Bromazepam is a derivative of a group of drugs called benzodiazepines, used for anxiety, insomnia, and alcohol withdrawal. It’s not available in the U.S. as it’s potentially more addictive than traditional benzos. Valium is also a benzo derivative, available in the U.S., used for the same plus may have an anti-seizure, anti-psychotic, and antidepressant effect. […]

You have to do what is called diaphramic breathing. Your diaphram is just below your lungs. Thats where what should rise the most while you are breathing, not your chest. You should inhale slowly through your nose and exhale through your mouth. Walking fast can normalize your breathing since you will concentrate less on it […]