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40 Million Americans Endure Anxiety Everyday
Date:2/11/2008

Studies show that only 2 in 5 seek any assistance

MORAGA, Calif., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite anxiety and stress being one of today's most common disorders, it is regularly under diagnosed by medical professionals, according to the Mental Health America organization, leaving more than 40 million people affected every year.

Most of us experience occasional feelings of anxiety -- muscle tension, headache, nausea, fatigue, or trembling -- before important events such as exams, public speaking, first dates, or during times of stress such as a divorce, job change or a change in residence. Studies conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health and the Mayo Clinic have shown that only 2 in 5 people seek any assistance.

However, many individuals are experiencing a more chronic form of anxiety, which has been linked to depression, heart disease, autoimmune disorders, and premature cell aging. New evidence suggests that negative emotions can make people crave fatty, sugary comfort foods, which may lead to obesity and insulin resistance.
There are safe and effective ways to deal with daily stress:

-- Take regular daily breaks to relax and clear your head.

-- Meditate, even for just a few minutes at a time.

-- Exercise daily.

-- Spend time with friends and enjoy family gatherings as often as

possible.

-- Try non-toxic, non-habit-forming medications to help cope with negative

emotions.

Liddell Laboratories, an FDA-approved manufacturer, worked with doctors to design a complete line of fast-acting homeopathic remedies to combat 5 debilitating anxiety related emotions: Anxiety + Tension, Overwhelmed, Loneliness + Sadness, Anger and Postpartum Blues.

Barbara Powers, founder of Liddell Laboratories, says: "I would never offer a product I wouldn't use myself or give to my family. The important Letting Go remedies were developed due to my deep concern about the ominous long-term side effects associated with over-prescribed mainstream antidepressants." Unlike mainstream pharmaceutical drugs, Letting Go products are not habit forming, safe to take with pre-existing medical conditions, and will not interfere with other medications.

ABOUT LIDDELL LABORATORIES

Liddell was founded out of a caring passion for the value of human life, which has motivated Liddell to become an agent of change. Its aim is to empower people with the knowledge necessary to better control their health and to provide important natural, non-toxic therapy options for all. For more information on Liddell Laboratories, please visit the company website at http://www.liddell.net.

CONTACT

Audrey Hughey, (p) 1-800-460-7733, (f) 1-925-631-7948; ahughey@liddell.net


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