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Anxiety - The Unseen Invisible Killer Disease and a New Age Pandemic.

Anxiety is an ever-present uninvited guest in modern times in communities at large.

Anxiety is seeping through society including kids like a noncontagious disease that silently hides in the corners of our minds and is here to stay. We only have to work at keep on deleting it.


Anxiety disorders involve repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes. These are often termed panic attacks.



Physical symptoms of anxiety can be your body’s way of letting you know you aren’t coping with stress changes or circumstances well.


Your body responds to the way you think, feel, and act. The mind-body connection is very apparent when you are stressed, anxious, upset or rigid as with high blood pressure, arthritis, stomach ulcer, heart disease, high cholesterol and so on.


At the thinnest end of the wedge, a little nervousness or anxiety before an exam or a job interview is normal and understandable and not a cause for concern.


But surely anxiety is a huge concern when it extends beyond logical worry in an unreasonable and uncontrollable way.


Situations that should bring no harsh reaction or negative emotions all of a sudden seem pressing and life-threatening.


Anxiety can weaken your body’s immune system. This makes you more likely to get colds and other infections during emotionally difficult times.


Anxiety in the body can show up as :

  • Nervousness

  • Trembling

  • Back pain

  • Hyperventilating

  • Change in appetite

  • Chest pain

  • Constipation or diarrhoea

  • High blood pressure

  • Fatigue

  • General aches and pains

  • Headaches

  • High blood pressure

  • Insomnia ( trouble sleeping)

  • Lightheadedness

  • Palpitations (the feeling that your heart is racing)

  • Colds and coughs due to seasonal change

  • Sexual problems

  • Shortness of breath

  • Stiff joints

  • Upset stomach and digestive problems

  • Gastrointestinal problems

  • Flight fear

  • Feelings of confusion and apathy

  • Drug abuse

  • Tobacco abuse


There’s no doubt that we need to bring the anxiety under control.

For managing anxiety, Bach flower therapy is the safest, surest and simplest.


Anxiety can very well be addressed with Bach flower therapy which is natural, safe, vegan, gluten-free, non-addictive and without any side effects. Depending on the severity of the case, it may take as little as 8 to 12 weeks to as long as a year or more to heal an individual of anxiety permanently.


The Doctors also always ask about your stress and feelings but we are not used to talking about our feelings or problems. But remember, It’s important to be honest with your doctor if you are having these feelings.


Seeing a certified and experienced Bach Therapist is important. As per your symptoms, we can address the emotional causes of your symptoms. And personalise your remedies accordingly.


So if you are at a point where you know your life has to change? And this may cause anxiety or if you are searching for more peace, fulfilment, and a sense of balance, then please do connect with us to help you understand the intricacy of your mind and personalise your Bach remedies for you.



Rakshaa Chhabriaa is a certified bach therapist from “ The Bach Centre- UK “.

She is based in Mumbai but consults people globally.


She can be contacted at:


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