Can You Treat Anxiety Without Medication?

One of the questions I see often is, "Can you treat anxiety without medication?" 

Many people can treat anxiety with behavior and lifestyle modifications. Other people seek therapy to help them with their anxiety. Many others seek medical help and take medications to help relieve their anxiety. 

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for anxiety. 

Many people think that being prescribed medication is "giving up" or "giving in" to their anxiety. This couldn't be farther from the truth. Don't think that if you have to be prescribed medications that you're somehow "weaker" than other people. 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder is different than your run of the mill "worries" or stressful days. It's an actual psychological disorder that should receive treatment... Just like diabetes, bronchitis, or high blood pressure. 

If you're facing issues with anxiety, I encourage you to seek multiple options. First, download the PDF we have here on our website. Read the quick tips that we offer on there and see if there's anything on there that you can adapt for your lifestyle. You're looking at one of the options right now - a natural supplement to help your body handle stress and anxiety. 

Next, you want to review treatment options. If your anxiety is causing you to miss out on things in your life - you want to get a handle on it sooner rather than later. Anxiety can build up over time until it's so paralyzing that you don't want to go to work or socialize. Don't let it get that bad. 

You want to take a look at both medical and non-medical options to see what you're most comfortable with. Don't be shy about speaking to your doctor. Contrary to what some may think, your medical doctor is not going to be in a rush to prescribe you medications. 

They'll likely recommend that you seek counseling with a therapist. If you live in the Southern California area, please email us at: to receive a referral to a qualified therapist. 

Most of all, please remember that you're not alone. Everyone suffers from anxiety at one point or another in their lives. 

Our team is here to help you, so whatever resources we can point you towards, please don't hesitate to reach out. 


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