Nope I'll have to look into it, but because I've tried other herbs I couldn't be arsed and don't want to waste money on stuff that don't work but if it lowers cortisol I might need to try that, I'll look it up that thanks
Heeey sorry for taking so long to reply. I've been working the last couple of days. I hope things have been going smoothly
I highly recommend giving ashwagandha a shot. It was helping me for a while to be less stressed out at work, but it started interacting with a new medication from my doc, making me get aggressive, so it had to go. It's a very useful ayurvedic supplement. It works by lowering cortisol levels if they are too high in the body or if they are too low it will elevates them, so in essence it modulates cortisol and keeps it in check.
That's very strange, your reaction to pregabalin. It's the same thing as lyrica right? I was prescribed it a long time ago, for anxiety of all things. It definitely did not make me feel those symptoms you mentioned. My body usually tolerates whatever I throw at it lol
Ahh that's understandable. I think you had a good reaction to the situation. Tbh I'd probably have done the same thing lol Stims can make me anxious or get paranoid sometimes. I haven't done coke in more then 15 years lol It's way too expensive and based off of what I was getting it wasn't much to seek out again. More of a loss then a gain
Woah woah what??! He was keeping you from leaving? Is he a big guy? That's just bizarre that he would act that way, but I have heard that "misery loves company"
You're more confident then I am. I wouldn't goto any pubs. I tried it more then a few times, before my anxiety got really bad and it was nothing to be desired. Loud motor cycle types shouting and acting like fools? No THANK YOU lol Back in the days I was actually going to pubs my anxiety almost seemed non existent compared to now. Where it plagues me the entire day and lets up a little in the evenings.
I came to realize that anxiety or a good portion of it is mental. That's to say that it has to do with how you perceive situations in their entirety. If you always react in the same way to a specific scenario and it bothers you then there's work to be done. The first step in the right direction is acknowledgment of the issue, so that awareness begins to develop. With that awareness, you become able to change how you perceive that specific troublesome scenario. Of course it is not something you develop overnight. It takes time to practice and get the hang of it.
Hah thanks! It feels good to be out driving again. A major boost in confidence. I've just been doing a little practice on the back roads.