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Social anxiety disorder
I am suffering from social anxiety disorder from my childhood days but now its going worse day by day ..now i am 25 yrs old and very reserved kind of person ...completed my post graduation in 2019...spend 2 yrs at home bcoz i dont have any job due to pandemic ..But due to social anxiety disorder i cant focus on my career like what us my goal to do in my life...every time i am anxious and nervous whenever i leave my home or outside at home ...it going worse day by day ...i think i have depression too bcoz i dont like to leave my home Bcoz whenever i socialize myself my heart beat goes up , blood pressure and pulse also rises when anxious in social situation ( symptoms like hot flashes , excessive sweating , too much ghabrahat ) ...i am ok when i was at home So i take opinion from psychatrist online and he prescribed texorap cr 12.5 ( generic ) twice a day which i take from 1 week but still no improvement seen ...how long this medicine takes to fully kick in ? Plz help me 🙏
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Tip 1: Identify the automatic negative thoughts that underlie your fear of social situations Tip 2: Analyze and challenge these thoughts Tip 3: Learn to Control Your Breathing Try to breathe using your lower stomach/ diaphragm, rather than your chest muscles. Relax your stomach as much as possible. Tip 4: Add more omega-3 fats to your diet Tip 5: Get enough quality sleep Tip 6: LAVENDER OIL! Lavender is one of the most popular aromatherapy oils. Lavender aromatherapy is thought to calm anxiety by impacting the limbic system, the part of the brain that controls emotions.
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Atleast 4-6 weeks. Also 12.5 is starting dose you need to followup regularly to get the proper dose if 12.5 doesn't work for you . Also consider cbt sessions which will help you overcome the Anxiety
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It will take time four to six weeks to come to  full action, so please wait, you will be better.
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