Are you constantly worried, tense about something? Do you often feel that something bad will happen? Do you experience heart palpitations? Do you often feel cold, sweaty, numb or tingling hands or feet?

Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety Neurosis and how you can manage those feelings and get back to your  normal life.


Causes of Anxiety Neurosis
    • Childhood Abuse
    • Family history of anxiety
    • Prolonged exposure to stressful situations including personal, work or family
    • Loss of physical closeness due to death, divorce, or illness
    • Excessive use of caffeine or tobacco
    • Medical health issues like Heart disease, Diabetes, Thyroid problems

In this month’s issue, of The Natural Path September 2018  focusses that Anxiety happen naturally but some experience it more than others. Its never to late to treat Anxiety Neurosis through Drug-Less Treatments. You need to understand your symptoms of anxiety disorder, you can manage your symptoms and regain control of your life naturally through Naturopathy, Yoga & Meditation.
Naturopathy Treatments

Mud Therapy

    • Partial Mud Lepan on Abdomen, Forehead and Eyes
    • Mud Bath


  • Spine & Shoulder Therapy
  • Cold compress to back before sleep
  • Hot & Cold Foot Therapy

Reflexology & Sand Track

LDM Meditation
Longduration Deep Meditation technique is an art of mastering the mind which leads to the ultimate pathway to reach to the highest healing state of mind. It is learned by practicing LDM Meditation one’s identify tension in the body, understands thinking patterns, and learn how to deal with difficult emotions. During LDM, vibrations emanating from sounds uplifts one’s level of consciousness connecting mind & body so intimately that induces deep relaxation which foster a deep mental clarity, bestow physical and mental healing ultimately reaching a state of bliss!


Ayurveda Panchkarma

Both Vata and Pitta are aggrevated which causes emotional and physical health issues.

  • Shiroabhyanga (head massage) with herbal oils
  • Shirovasti
  • Shirodhara  with depends upon nature of the illness and physical condition of the patient.
  • Nasyam karma

By Dr. Nandini Bharadwaj
Consultant (Diet & Lifestyle)
  • Magnesium is required to reduce nervous tension, mood swings, irritability and to manage stress. Magnesium rich food sources include leafy greens vegetables, nuts, beans, whole grains, avocados, yogurt.
  • Vitamins Bare needed for the metabolism of neurotransmitters, with deficiencies linked to mental health issues. Vitamins B rich sources food are Bananas, Legumes, leafy green vegetables etc.
  • Avoid alcohol and recreational drugs which contribute to an anxious state.
  • Avoid caffeine and tea  that  increases stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol contributing to increase in heart rate, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

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Editorial Board :- Dr. Nandini Bharadwaj, Yogacharya Smt. Sunita Sharma,  Naturocure & Yoga expert Poonam Sharma

Disclaimer :- The above methods,practices and suggestions in this newsletter should not be treated as a prescription for any ailment and should be followed only after consultation of Naturopathy & Ayurved Doctors.