Anxiety – recognising and interpreting symptoms

More and more people are confronted with an increasing number of stimuli that trigger feelings of anxiety, making them feel like their thoughts are turning in circles day and night. Inner unrest, anxious moods and the resulting sleep problems have a major impact on the quality of life of people who experience this condition. Nowadays almost one in every five people is affected, and every age group and social class is involved. Women are at twice the risk that men are.

The questions below are designed to help you assess your own situation more effectively. The questionnaire is no substitute for talking to your doctor or pharmacist, but it can help you prepare for such a conversation, because the more specific the information you provide, the better a health-care professional can help you.
Your data will not be processed in any way, nor will they be shared with third parties: they are only there for you to see. Please take 3 minutes to answer the following questions.

Question 1:

Which of the following complaints do you have, and how long have you had them?
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Sleeping problems
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Inner Unrest
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Cardiovascular problems
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Gastrointestinal complaints
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Irritability
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Tension
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Inability to concentrate
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Feelings of anxiety
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months
Racing thoughts / constant worries
For 1-2 months For 3-4 months For over 4 months

Question 2:

Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Do your thoughts keep revolving around topics which upset you? Such as illness, debt, accidents, loss, work, family?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes >No, never

Question 3:

Do you sleep poorly?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Difficulties falling asleep
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Difficulties staying asleep
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never

Question 4:

Please indicate whether any of the following apply to you:
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Do you feel physically poor for no clear reason?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Do you quickly lose interest in things?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Do you feel tired and joyless?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never
Do you feel guilty?
Yes, very often Yes, sometimes No, never

Question 5:

If you have tried any of the following, please indicate whether you were satisfied with them.
Very satisfied Satisfied Not satisfied
Herbal treatments
Very satisfied Satisfied Not satisfied
Non-herbal treatments
Very satisfied Satisfied Not satisfied

Question 6:

If your doctor has already prescribed medicine for you, please indicate whether any of the following apply:
Yes No Don‘t know
Is the medicine helping you?
Yes No Don‘t know
Are you concerned about possible side effects?
Yes No Don‘t know
Would you prefer an herbal treatment?
Yes No Don‘t know

This will help you assess whether anxious unrest is the reason for your complaints which can often be effectively treated with Lasea®, an innovative herbal medicinal product. Here is how to interpret your responses.

Question 1

If you have had more than two symptoms for over two months, anxious unrest may be the cause.
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Question 2

If your thoughts keep turning towards topics that upset you, anxious unrest could well be the cause of your complaints.
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Question 3

If you tend to have difficulties staying asleep, the trigger could be anxious unrest.
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Question 4

If these points apply to you, you may be suffering from depression. If so, you should definitely consult with a doctor.
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Question 5

Even if your medicine helps you feel better, it may well be that it only eases the symptoms (such as trouble sleeping). Lasea® optimises the nervous system‘s ability to better cope with anxious unrest, which can help calm down your spinning thoughts.
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Question 6

Do not under any circumstances stop taking your prescription medicine without discussing things with your doctor. But do talk to your doctor about the herbal treatment Lasea®.
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What‘s next?
Now you can certainly see your situation a bit more clearly. Please ask your doctor or pharmacist about your complaints. In adults over 18, the herbal treatment Lasea® can be used to treat anxious unrest and related symptoms such as inner tension, spinning thoughts and the resulting difficulties in sleeping. It is non-addictive and will not make you tired. You only need one capsule a day.