Yes, generalized anxiety disorder has a cure. Treatment consists of the combination of medicines anxiolytics and antidepressants with psychotherapy. Combining these methods is the most effective way to treat and cure generalized anxiety.
The psychotherapy technique most used in the treatment of anxiety disorders is the cognitive behavioral therapy. The goal of therapy is to train the person to replace their thoughts of constant concern and apprehension with more optimistic ones, grounded in reality.
Among the most effective antidepressants to treat generalized anxiety disorder are venlafaxine and the sertraline. The benzodiazepines (anxiolytics) have been recognized to be effective in the treatment of anxiety for decades, and several of them have already proven effective.
One way to naturally combat generalized anxiety is to practice physical exercises regularly. In fact, regular physical activity can significantly aid treatment.
This is because during exercise the body releases 2 hormones. One is the endorphin, which promotes a sensation of pleasure and well-being, besides relieving pain. The other is the dopamine, which has a calming and analgesic effect.
These substances regulate mood, sleep, appetite and various brain functions, helping to control anxiety. Such changes in the body promote a relaxing effect after exertion and are usually capable of maintaining a long-term psychological and social balance.
The psychiatrist or family physician is responsible for evaluating the case, defining the most appropriate treatment, and directing the person to initiate psychotherapy sessions.
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