Anxiety Medication Side Effects

There are many anxiety medication side effects to think about:

anxiety pills and their possible side effects
  • Depression
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Amnesia
  • Heart Problems
  • Low Blood Pressure (Hypotension)
  • Violent, Angry Behavior
  • Bleeding
  • Coordination Problems
  • Decreased Libido
  • Headaches
  • Weight Gain/Weight Loss
  • Sexual Issues

Did you know that some anxiety drugs might also cause suicidal thoughts? This is a dangerous mix when you consider that these pharmaceuticals are most often prescribed precisely because the patient already has these issues to begin with.


One of the dangers associated with anxiety medication many folks don’t think about is the dependency factor.

If you’re using these drugs or thinking of using them, know that you may come to a point where the medication “isn’t working anymore”. This may require that you find a second drug.

Additionally, you may encounter withdrawal from the first one and experience “withdrawal symptoms”.

These can mimic the experience of withdrawal from recreational drugs or alcohol and can cause seizures, depression, psychosis, more anxiety, insomnia and in some cases, suicide.

Avoiding Side Effects

You’d be forgiven if you’re concerned about these anxiety medication side effects! Know that there are natural ways to attack your anxiety issues, such as:

  • Hops: Can be effective as a sedative
  • Lavender: In Germany, studies on a Lavender pill revealed it to be just as effective as Ativan (lorazepam). Unfortunately, this pill isn’t available in the United States. However, lavender oil will help with anxiety
  • Lemon Balm: Too much at one time can cause further anxiety, but when taken correctly, is effective against anxiety
  • Chamomile (for lesser attacks of anxiety)
  • Passionflower: Approved for “nervous restlessness” by the German govt. Helps with insomnia and studies have found it to be as effective as pharmaceuticals in helping to reduce anxiety
  • Regular Exercise: Effective in reducing stress and anxiety levels
  • Meditation: Helps to “quiet” the mind of racing, anxious thoughts

Sound Therapy as an Anxiety Solution

If you haven’t considered sound therapy in your attempts to relieve anxiety, we highly encourage you to do so.

Sound healing has been helping people for literally thousands of years. The ancient Tibetans and ancient Egyptians used sound therapy.

More recent studies, such as those performed by Dr. Peter Guy Manners, researched the body’s biosignatures and were successful in identifying the specific frequencies our organs and tissue resonate at.

Sound therapy is the process of bringing your cells back into sync from a frequency standpoint.

The reason this is highly effective in healing anxiety is because anxiety causes your cells to enter a state of chaos. Sound healing ends this chaos and allows your cells to communicate properly.

When this occurs, you mentally, emotionally, and physically are brought back into a healthy state from a vibrational standpoint.

Anxiety medication side effects truly don’t need to be a part of your life. Sound therapy makes it possible to find relief. If you’d like to learn more, we encourage you to fill out the form below and we’ll send you more complete details.

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