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Approach Anxiety – The Autistic Socially Awkward Guide to Conquering it

Posted by Anonymous on September 13, 2016  /   no comment
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Approach Anxiety – The Anxiety Suffer’s Guide to Conquering It The fear of approaching a stranger is a challenge to most people. approaching an attractive member of the opposite sex, only when most people are drunk. Approach anxiety, when it’s completely overwhelming is something that prevents people leading the lives they wish to lead. You […]

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Vitamins to Help with Anxiety

Posted by Anonymous on June 20, 2016  /   no comment
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Anxiety Before we go onto vitamins to help with anxiety, let’s quickly remind ourselves of how anxiety manifests itself. A fleeting, transient worry or fear may cause us to feel anxious. This mild anxiety is considered to be within the normal experiences which we all have from time to time. Anxiety can be triggered by […]

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OTC Anxiety Medication – The Beginner’s Guide

Posted by Anonymous on April 20, 2016  /   no comment
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Over the Counter Antianxiety Medications OTC anxiety medication are drugs that are sold without prescription for the treatment of mild symptoms. Some common OTCs are for relief of pain, fever, coughs, allergies, gastro-intestinal symptoms and skin conditions. OTCs are generally low dose, safe and effective for use by the general public. It is of utmost importance […]

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Autism and Social Anxiety – Research Summary and Science

Posted by Anonymous on January 14, 2016  /   no comment

Autism and Social Anxiety Disorder The Human Brain Figure 1 The human brain is the organ that is the control center for the central nervous system. It determines how we interact and interpret the stimuli received from the environment. The brain is divided into the cerebrum, the cerebellum the diencephalon and the brainstem. It is […]

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Oxytocin Nasal Spray – The Biochemistry – Research Summary

Posted by Anonymous on October 22, 2015  /   no comment
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We read some interesting stuff about Oxytocin in current Stanford University clinical trials. If they were doing it, it must be a pretty big deal right. Is Oxytocin Therapy a Social Anxiety Cure All? No. Like any hormone, it is regulated and controlled in the body with precision, and most people would not get magical […]

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Beta Blockers For Social Anxiety – Do They Work?

Posted by Anonymous on September 08, 2015  /   no comment
Propranolol Anxiety

Sometimes, if the anxiety is not caused by cognitive dysfunction (including fatigue). It may be the physical response people find uncomfortable, the effects of trembling hands and breaking out in sweat. Propranolol can be bought to use off label to reduce tremors. Musicians famously used it to do live gigs, but they also said the […]

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Where Medical Institutions End and Brain Hacking Begins

Posted by Anonymous on August 26, 2015  /   no comment
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Anyone who is not a neurotypical – be it brain damaged from natural cerebral disasters, degenerative diseases or born neuro dysfunctional and different. Knows that medical institutions have a severe limitation when it comes to addressing problems of the mind. Or any problem not deemed worthy of the medical institution to address. In this article […]

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Oxytocin Supplement – Potential Anti-Anxiety Uses

Posted by Anonymous on August 25, 2015  /   no comment
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What is Oxytocin? The pituitary gland in the brain produces a protein neuropeptide hormone called oxytocin. Studies conducted on animals and even more recently on human subjects have demonstrated that oxytocin is also a brain neurotransmitter. This later function has been recently discovered and the medical scientific community has taken an interest in research being […]

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