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How To Get Rid Of Anxiety Naturally

by Natalie Miller on May 07, 2024

How To Get Rid Of Anxiety Naturally

Did you know anxiety disorders affected roughly 301 million people in 2019? Even more shocking, that number is still on the rise, with more people developing anxiety disorders year after year.

Some people mistakenly believe anxiety to be “just” a mental health issue, but that isn’t really the truth. Anxiety disorders, more often than not, also affect the physical health of their sufferers.

We’ll go over exactly how to get rid of anxiety naturally. First, however, we’ll go a bit more into the details of how and why anxiety occurs, coping mechanisms that are unhealthy and should be avoided, and why medication shouldn’t be the go-to option if it can be helped.

What Causes Anxiety?

There are numerous possible causes for anxiety disorders. There are so many, in fact, that it would be impossible to list each and every one of them in anything short of a medical journal.

Instead, I’ll list the three most common causes that may lead to someone developing an anxiety disorder:

  1. Chemical imbalance - A chemical imbalance in the brain may lead to the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems (more about those in a bit) not functioning properly, which, in turn, causes anxiety and/or panic attacks to occur.
  2. Genetics - Certain inherited genes can make a person predisposed to developing an anxiety disorder at a certain point in their life. There are a number of genes with this effect, and while having one or more of these genes does not necessarily mean you will develop anxiety disorders for certain, it definitely increases the likelihood of it happening.
  3. Trauma - Experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event can leave you traumatized, and lead to the development of anxiety disorders. In the case of anxiety disorders with trauma as their cause, anxiety attacks are much more likely to occur when the person suffering from the anxiety disorder is faced with a situation that reminds them of the traumatic event. For example, someone who was in a car crash and developed anxiety as a result may get panic attacks when driving or being a passenger in a car.

The good news is that, in all three cases listed above, as well as others left unmentioned, anxiety can be addressed and dealt with naturally.

How Does Anxiety Work?

The main factor behind anxiety is a malfunctioning sympathetic nervous system.

The sympathetic nervous system is the system that’s responsible for triggering the fight or flight response our minds and bodies activate during dangerous, life-or-death situations.

The fight or flight response is very useful when faced with actual danger, as it fills our bloodstream with adrenaline, among others, which makes us able to function with much higher speed, strength and awareness.

When this fight or flight response is triggered unnecessarily, however, it is detrimental. There is no real danger which would require this response, say, when you’re at the office filling out spreadsheets, or grocery shopping on a Friday afternoon.

Over time, the constant release and buildup of stress hormones due to the anxiety attacks may even lead to complications as serious as heart disease, high blood pressure, gastrointestinal issues, and more.

Under normal circumstances, the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for triggering the rest and digest response, would counter the effects of the sympathetic nervous system’s response after the danger has passed.

In anxiety disorders, though, the parasympathetic nervous system may have a delayed or outright non-existent response, which prolongs the anxiety episode further.

The rest and digest response is what’s supposed to calm down our minds and bodies after a dangerous situation, eliminating the effects of the fight or flight response.

Luckily, the parasympathetic nervous system can be engaged on purpose, too. More on that in a bit, when I’ll talk about how to get rid of anxiety naturally.

Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms To Avoid

Some people try to deal with anxiety in ways that are not necessarily good for them. In this section, I’ll give a few examples of coping mechanisms that you should avoid, for the sake of your mental and physical health.

  1. Self-medicating with alcohol or illicit drugs - In most cases, doing this doesn’t even do much, if anything, to soothe anxiety. In the rare instances that it temporarily helps, the underlying issues leading to anxiety attacks remain unresolved, and you may become dependent on this harmful method in order to function. Last but most importantly, the health drawbacks are very severe, which makes any of the minimal possible benefits this coping mechanism may bring not worth the trouble it causes.
  2. Avoiding situations that may trigger anxiety - While this may seem like a good idea at first, it can lead to you becoming isolated, and even depressed. Especially so in the case of social anxiety. By giving in to anxiety’s triggers and allowing them to dictate where and what you do, against your will, your quality of life is diminished. It is better to address the problem and heal from it, rather than avoid it, which is the equivalent of placing a bandaid over a sword cut.
  3. Engaging in extra risky behavior - The opposite unhealthy coping method to the aforementioned one, this has the potential of being extremely dangerous. Some people engage in very dangerous acts, especially those which trigger their anxiety, in an attempt to get over it. For example, a person with driving-related anxiety may try to “conquer their fear” by driving at very high speeds on the highway. This has the potential to be deadly, and it does nothing to address the underlying causes. In fact, quite the opposite: engaging in activities that trigger your anxiety even more, with the purpose of getting the anxiety triggered, will lead to an increased risk of health complications due to an increased frequency and intensity of anxiety attacks.
  4. Over-reliance on prescription medication - If absolutely necessary, anti-anxiety medicine can be a lifeline. However, a lot of people who can get rid of their anxiety naturally, and don’t necessarily need medication, will choose medication because they find it more convenient. Anti-anxiety medication directly affects the brain chemical balance in order to get rid of anxiety, and if you stop taking it, anxiety may return as the artificially-created balance of chemicals in the brain may return to the state it was in before starting the medication regimen. In addition, some serious side effects have been linked with anxiety medication, such as heart problems, persistent pulmonary hypertension, anxiety (pretty ironic) and suicidal ideation.

We’ll now go right into showing you how to get rid of anxiety naturally and healthily.

How To Get Rid Of Anxiety Naturally, Using The Bliss Eden


The Bliss Eden is the best tool available to help you in your efforts to reclaim your calm, mental and physical health from anxiety’s paws.

Crafted from medical-grade 316 stainless steel, and thus free from any harmful materials or chemicals, it is fully safe and natural, with no risk of side effects of any sort.Shaped like a pendant, with a hollow interior and a mouthpiece to allow breathing through, and coming with a beautiful necklace to allow for wearing it around your neck, it is the perfect mix of discretion, portability and efficiency.

The mouthpiece and interior are specifically designed to allow for deep, slow breathing through them, while remaining whisper-silent, so no unwanted attention will be drawn to you, ensuring that you can use the Bliss Eden anywhere, public or private.

By inhaling deeply and slowly, through your belly, via the mouthpiece, holding the breath in for a few seconds, and then slowly breathing out through the mouthpiece, and repeating as needed, you can manually trigger the parasympathetic nervous system’s rest and digest response, almost instantly beginning to calm your anxiety.

It works because it is designed to both mimic and perfect the art of deep breathing techniques, which are an already highly effective anti-anxiety method. The Bliss Eden takes that method to a whole new level of effectiveness.

When ordering the Bliss Eden, you get to choose from four beautiful colors for the pendant: gold, rose gold, silver and matte black.

The Bliss Eden also comes together with a cleaning cloth and brush, stickers, and a chakra bracelet to help guide you on your spiritual journey, should you be inclined to get started on that.

It also offers a money-back guarantee if displeased with its performance, along with excellent customer support, and 3-day shipping across the US.

All of this makes the Bliss Eden the number one tool to get rid of anxiety.


There are plenty of ways one can try addressing their anxiety disorder, but sadly, a lot of them can be unhealthy.

Luckily, the Bliss Eden is both highly effective, as well as fully safe and natural.

I wish you the best of luck in overcoming anxiety, and achieving the peace of mind you deserve.

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