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Haddyr

733d

Are there foods/drinks I should avoid that can trigger anxiety attacks?

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    • Hennessy

      732d

      Well, I’ve heard caffeine and sugar can give you more anxiety.

    • peaceminus1

      732d

      Depends on the person. Like Carb heavy foods can give me anxiety,while coffee in general is fine for me

    • vickielove

      732d

      I quit coffee cause it increased anxeity in me I had my heart pumping and it scared me

    • SkylerRose

      732d

      Energy drinks and alcohol!! I've noticed that Coffee and tea caffeine in low quantities is ok. Alcohol can make you paranoid; which makes sense because alcohol can be an mind altering substance. It really depends on you and how you react.

    • Chet33

      732d

      Caffine is bad for me atleast. Also thats what my doctor said after the fact.

    • Hennessy

      732d

      Well, I’ve heard caffeine and sugar can give you more anxiety.

    • moodymermaid3690

      732d

      Caffeine and other products that can increase heart rate. I used to be an avid coffee and energy drink drinker, but had to stop after I overdosed one day. After that scare, I greatly slowed down and began noticing I wasn't nearly as jittery and on-edge as before. I now allow myself one energy drink a year and I go for decaf coffee.

    • vickielove

      732d

      They say don't drink anything acidic like orange juice

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