Treating a person with anxiety depends on the causes of the anxiety and individual preferences. Often, treatments will consist of a combination of psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, and medication.

Alcohol dependence, depression, or other conditions can sometimes have such a strong effect on the individual that treating the anxiety disorder must wait until any underlying conditions are brought under control.


In some cases, anxiety can be treated at home without a doctor's supervision. However, this may be limited to shorter periods of anxiety and more obvious causes.

Stress management:

Learning to manage stress can help limit potential triggers. Keep an eye on pressures and deadlines, compile lists to make daunting tasks more manageable, and commit to taking time off from study or work.

Relaxation techniques:

Simple activities can be used to relax mental and physical signs of anxiety. These include meditation, deep breathing exercises, long baths, resting in the dark, and yoga.

Exercises to replace negative thoughts with positive ones:

Make a list of the negative thoughts you experience, and write down a list of positive, believable thoughts to replace them. Picturing yourself successfully facing and conquering a specific fear can also be beneficial if the anxiety symptoms are related to a specific cause.

Support network:

Talk with a person who is supportive, such as a family member or friend.


Physical exertion can improve self-image and release chemicals in the brain that trigger positive feelings.

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