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					Anxiety is, unfortunately, an inevitable part of modern life. But when anxiety prevents
you from engaging in day-to-day activity or trying anything new, it may be time to see
your doctor for anti-anxiety help. Well first you have to know about Anxiety? Anxiety
is the feeling caused by the release of stress hormones and brain chemicals which help
us fight for our lives or flees from danger. In our evolutionary past, bursts of stress
hormones may have helped give us a boost when running away from large animals
with big teeth! And believe it or not, in the right situation, these hormones can be a
big help in day-to-day activities. Mild tension before giving a presentation can help
you do your best. A burst of brain chemicals can help speed your reaction time when
you see a pedestrian dashing in front of your car and can save someone's life! When
anxiety becomes a constant companion in our lives, we may start having symptoms of
anxiety when we think about anything - work, marriage, children, even going to the
grocery store. The symptoms include muscle tension, sweating, nausea or
"butterflies," clammy hands, difficulty swallowing, jumpiness, stomach distress. If
these symptoms have become part of your everyday life, it may be time to talk with
your doctor about an anti-anxiety medication like Buspar. You may remember the
days where anxiety was treated with heavy-duty drugs that could tranquilize a
bad-tempered elephant! But as scientists have learned more about the biology of
anxiety, anxiety management has become more sophisticated, helping your mood
without making you a zombie. You won't turn into a Stepford wife. Instead, you'll go
back to reacting the way you used to, both to happy events and anxiety-provoking
situations. Buspar works gently by affecting your feelings over the course of a few
weeks. Most people begin getting relief over that time period and can start getting
back to living their lives. While you don't have to worry about walking around in a
haze, many people do feel some dizziness or drowsiness when they are first getting
used to Buspar. You may want to avoid driving or operating heavy machinery until
your body has adjusted to the medication. Lastly, alcohol can have a major impact on
how your body responds to Buspar, so you may want to skip the champagne in favor
of a pancake brunch when celebrating your anxiety-free life! For more information on
Buspar you can visit http://www.meds-hut.com/index.htm