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I am a Type A who has just discovered your book. I am looking forward to beginning the Type A diet and exercise plan! My question is: what can you suggest (other than the guidelines for Type A already in the book) for panic disorder and anxiety attacks. In the past I have been prescribed Xanax and/or anti-depressants, but want to find a more natural therapy for this aggravating problem. I suspect that beginning the yoga exercise and stress reduction techniques will help, but are there any particular supplements or herbs/phytochemicals that might help with this disorder? I am a 45-year old woman just beginning to experience symptoms and signs of menopause too and would welcome any comments or suggestions on that subject as well.


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Yay and thanks for the explanation  


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Seraffa you are déjà in with Cordyceps... don't worry be happy ...one of the best
things to get balanced neuronal system incl. the so called h-t-a-axis....


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Chloe also did the adrenal breathing explanation last month THANKS CHLOE


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As a B, anxiety isn't a problem for me, but I used to have many A clients who suffered from it.
Some did well with B vitamins and chamomile tea.
Another herb to try is oatstraw.
Ultimately, finding the cause of the anxiety - a particular work or family concern - and addressing it directly (i.e., fixing the problem) is The Way to Go. Once my clients learned the skills they needed, and their confidence increased, their anxieties disappeared.


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Seraffa - Wasn't it you who posted about walnuts reducing cortisol levels in A's? Bring 'em on, baby!


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we all need to understand how and why we do create our fears ending up in anxiety.... ....overactive minds can also relate to that very issue....


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I will admit to an overactive mind that goes in loops when there is something unresolved.
A tip I got was when this happens to tell that worry part of the mind Thank You, and Goodbye, and repeat until the loop stops.  And repeat if/when it starts back up. I've been trying it and it is helpful.
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