Best Vitamins to take to reduce anxiety?!

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Anyone have some suggestions?

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    Melatonin at night for natural rerelaxation and sleep.. vitamin d helps with the side effects of some underlying deficiencies that may cause anxiety..magnesium is another great one.. I would also say maybe a multi vitamin regime Instead..it has all the vitamins you may need.. it's a good idea to get your vitamin levels tested to see if you are deficient in anything.. I use essential oils to help me.. lavender is great with helping me relax .. getting some and putting it in a diffuser is great for aroma therapy..
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    Suntheanine L theanine. Fantastic.  B complex, b12, calm. Magnessium glycinate by pure encapsuletes.  Juicing:celery juice 8-10onces every morning. 
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    Hi Swaggdalu just be careful with vitamins, they can be dangerous if you aren't deficient in some things. I would recommend going to a naturopath, here they have dispensaries in some pharmacies. You can tell them your symptoms and they can make up a liquid you use a few drops of when needed. I didn't believe at all but a psychologist recommended it when I went through an awful breakup and it really did help. Whatever you decide to do just take care x
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      I did that myself. I went to a complimentary doctor. They run bloodwork and kinesiology stuff interesting.   Then they tell you what you need. I didnt use the little expensive viles but did follow the suppliment part and b12 injections. Extremely great advice. Many in here just think traditional medicine is all there is and they are so wrong. 
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    In order

    Magnesium

    Stress b complex

    Fish oil

    Multivitamin

    The rest.. I like to get through a morning green smoothie.. Literally get a blender .. Throw some water in.. And throw any green veggies and fruit in their.. I use kale/broccoli / carrots / celery / mixed berries / pineapple / protein powder to high the taste.. So the smoothie literally tastes like berries. It's very good nutritionally and I did notice an improvement in anxiety over the weeks when I started the smoothies.

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    I would see someone who does nutrition response testing. I had that done when I was going through a really rough patch a few years ago and that along with therapy really helped. There's skepticism if you've never done it but it totally works. I continue to see my nutritionist/chiropractor who practices it every now and then to ensure I'm in tip top shape.
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