Anxiety is a state of fear due to a specific reason or danger that a sick person may or may not be aware of. It is most often accompanied by restlessness and malaise, and can also cause physical symptoms such as muscle and chest pain, sweating, shortness of breath, diarrhea, hyperventilation, etc. The intensity of anxiety has varying degrees, from very little anxiety to fear and horror, and can be sudden and rapid (acute) or persistent (chronic) depending on the circumstances.

A state of panic is a disorder that occurs when anxiety becomes so sudden and rapid, and strong that it paralyzes a sick person. Panic attacks are recurrent and unpredictable anxiety attacks that are short-lived but very strong. They occur in people who would not otherwise feel anxiety in the same or similar circumstances. Anxiety is most often associated with mental or emotional problems. It can be caused by some emotional conflict, a feeling of insecurity or stress, and it can also indicate the appearance of depression or it can be a sign of a serious mental illness.

Anxiety can also take the form of various phobias, such as fear of public places (agoraphobia) or fear of enclosed spaces (claustrophobia). Phobias are strong fears of being attacked by certain things or special situations. Obsessive-compulsive disorders, withdrawal syndrome, psychosis and mental disorders, can also accompany anxiety in varying intensity from very mild to very severe.


- Change your unhealthy, stressful lifestyle
- Stress relief with autogenic training with the goal of positive thinking
- Yoga or some other relaxation technique and breathing exercises
- Avoid stressful and conflict situations
- Spend time on fresh air
- Consume foods that are rich in vital substances
- Avoid coffee, alcohol and cigarettes
- To calm down, drink a bitter orange and lavender infusion
- Baths with the addition of fruit vinegar and partial baths with the addition of celosia
- Drink warm milk with honey in unlimited quantities
- Teas made from chamomile, hops, marjoram, lemon balm, celosia and linden flowers have a calming effect
- Essential oils of pine needles, vetiver, lemon balm, celosia, orange and sandalwood; apply a few drops on the chest or temples and gently massage or use them as an addition to baths, room fresheners or for inhalation
- Massage
- Acupuncture


If the symptoms are very strong or long-lasting, necessarily seek medical help.