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Using therapy or medication?

Post: #1
09-05-2016, 08:22 PM
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Using therapy or medication?

I feel most people will experience anxiety, but it only becomes a problem when it increases and isn't addressed. Therapy should be tried first and then medication if it doesn't help, but I don't think it should be one or the other, but what suits the person as a combination maybe better for some.

Natural remedies could also work if the anxiety is addressed early on, and also the person being brave in confronting it. I prefer to have space alone and try to wind it down these days and it does work when you know anxiety has been triggered.



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Post: #2
09-11-2016, 05:06 PM
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RE: Using therapy or medication?

As far as I know, medication usually has a lot of undesirable side effects that potentially may take palce, which is totally unwanted thing to me. So, If your anxiety isn't much severre, I would recommnd you choose therapy first. Find yourself a competent therapist and be open to him/her.



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Post: #3
03-13-2017, 08:39 AM
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RE: Using therapy or medication?

I don't think so. In my 13 years of experience I didn't hear that medication has any kinds of side effects. It's really good for our health, for our mind too. It clean our anxiety and give a better life.



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