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Avoid people who increase your anxiety
Spend less time with the person who makes you anxious or set healthier relationship boundaries. You might want to abstain from discussing certain topics if you know that talking about them with that person will make you anxious.
Chamomile tea might help in calming you down. Some compounds in chamomile affect the same brain receptors as drugs like Valium.
You can also take supplements containing apigenin (active ingredient) or dried chamomile flowers. According to studies there is a significant decrease in anxiety for the patients who took chamomile supplements for 8 weeks compared to placebo-takers.
Few examples of chamomile supplements can be found here:
When anxiety attacks, you may experience a mindset called "catastrophic thinking" or "catastrophizing." You think of really terrible, unbearable things and what if they really happen.
Take a few deep breaths, take a walk and consider the real chances that this problem will really turn into catastrophe. Most probably, a catastrophic outcome is less likely than you think when you're anxious.
Studies show that L-theanine, amino acid, contained in green tea, helps reduce a rising heart rate and high blood pressure, and a few found that it reduces anxiety. In one study, anxiety-prone subjects were calmer and more focused during a test if they took 200 milligrams of L-theanine. This amount of L-theanine can be obtained from green tea, but you'll have to drink 5-20 cups.