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By sexandanxiety - / Thursday 30 April 2015 00:46 / Canada - Stittsville
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By  Merylwen  |  24

Anxiety disorders are a mental health issue. Not something one somehow solves with sex (or alcohol, or drugs). Try to get your family to read on the topic and get medical help OP. :)

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By  Sheah_95  |  11

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By  Merylwen  |  24

Anxiety disorders are a mental health issue. Not something one somehow solves with sex (or alcohol, or drugs). Try to get your family to read on the topic and get medical help OP. :)

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  MrConcise  |  34

#3 - Sorry, but that statement is bullshit. Alcohol is the reason I currently have medication that fixes my anxiety. If I didn't start heavily drinking, I probably would've though and told my psychiatrist that my anti-anxiety meds didn't work and bounced around from drug to drug, but instead I was recommended a higher dosage. Presto, no more anxiety. I appreciate the sentiment of your comment, but chemically, alcohol does remove anxiety.

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  anonwhymouse  |  10

Actually, It doesn't get rid of anxiety. Alcohol affects the brain, but not in a way that will remove anxiety, at least not in all cases. With your case, it was most likely more of a placebo affect than the alcohol getting rid of the anxiety.

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  Merylwen  |  24

Wait, what? Do you seriously believe that alcohol actually helped you? Your comment doesn't even make sense. Medication and therapy do help, not booze. Anyway, I was saying that because idiots frequently tell people with anxiety or depression that they need "weed/other drugs" or "to get drunk", which never ever solved anything, no matter how you try to twist it.

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  MrConcise  |  34

#21 - I guess I wasn't clear in my original comment, I'm sorry! I told my psychiatrist that I was drinking a lot and feeling better, and that's what led to the conclusion that I needed my dosage upped.

By  tintarroja  |  24

Try to seek alternative medicine like acupunture and homeopatic medicine. Bacopa is an excellent herb to help with anxiety. Meditation and mindfulness are excellent too. Good luck!

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

Orrrrrr you actual medication that's been researched and tested in depth, i.e Beta-blockers or benzodiazepine. If that or other serotonin- reducing drugs fail there's always Cognitive Behavioural therapy which can be adapted to suit individual patients. Do no turn to homeopathy pahah

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  ChristianH39  |  30

I can see trying it to see if it would work, but to discourage someone from seeking professional help (not saying you did) in favor of homeopathic medicine is irresponsible.

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I think you need to learn how to read, because if you actually did you'd have noticed he'd put in brackets that he's not saying YOU did, but it's still bad. To quote: "(Not saying you did)" is exactly what he said.

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