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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 […]

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.

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, […]

I would think the medical examiner would have the answers to these questions. They run all types of toxicology test which tell them how much of a substance was in the deceased’ blood.They also know the amounts of a substance it would take to stop a heart.

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.

A therapist would call this “grounding techniques” What is involved is to access one or more of your 5 basic senses – focusing on it – until the danger is passed. This is a way to re-direct your mind on purpose, and to avoid feeling the negative feelings. Single focus example – For a person […]

They are 2 separate disorders. Paranoia is the when you think someone or something is trying to do you harm or make you fail. This is all in the mind. Anxiety is a disorder involving chemicals in the mind which sends adrenaline surges from your adrenal glands. Anxiety is treated as a mental disorder even […]

Well, basically confidence and anxiety are more or less the complete opposite of each other.  You could say an anxiety disorder does create low confidence. I wouldn’t say that low confidence creates an anxiety disorder though.

First, you need to see a counselor. Only a counselor can determine the best method to control your anxiety. Generally, counselors will attempt cognitive behavioral therapy first…basically teach you how to stop the anxiety. If that isn’t effective enough, THEN medication will be looked into. Medication should be your last resort if you haven’t seen […]

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