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Types of Anxiety: How to Choose Your CBD

Types of Anxiety

Many who consume CBD have held it to a high standard. It's even been referred to by supporters as a cure-all drug.

The research involving CBD is quite active. New information on the benefits and risks comes out regularly. Several studies have concluded that CBD helps reduce anxiety.

Before we delve into what CBD can do for your mental health, we will identify the most common types of anxiety that it may help.

Read on to find out how CBD may help the most common types of anxiety.


Generalized anxiety disorder, commonly known as GAD, is defined as chronic worry, stress, and nervousness. Just over three percent of the United States population deals with GAD.

You might feel nervous, moody, or unable to focus. It may take a toll on your physical health and cause trouble sleeping and eating well. GAD might be experienced differently by those with anxiety and depression.

Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is a disorder that causes anxiety in social situations. Anyone may get nervous in crowds or while presenting at work. Social anxiety disorder goes beyond that to a debilitating level.

You can have one specific social anxiety, or you might experience anxiety in every type of social situation. A common type of specific social anxiety is public speaking.

Panic Disorder

An overwhelming feeling of fear characterizes this anxiety disorder.

This fear takes mental and physical control over your body. Those with panic disorder might experience multiple episodes of chest pain, dizziness, trouble breathing, and the feeling like your heart is going to jump out of your chest.


Intense anxiety that comes about after trauma is known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Those who have PTSD have a form of anxiety where they re-experience a traumatic moment. Mood swings, anger, impulsivity, and even violent outbursts can be associated with PTSD.

Anything can cause PTSD if the brain registers it as a traumatic event.


Those with obsessive-compulsive disorder have unwanted recurrent thoughts or uncontrolled behaviors.

There's a wide range in the intensity of OCD symptoms. Their OCD completely debilitates some people. Still, others experience brief moments of uneasiness and mental discomfort.

Add CBD to Your Routine

CBD is a relative of marijuana (THC). CBD won't get you stoned, and it has the potential to provide relief from pain, stress, and more.

There are many forms and types of CBD, and each has its pros and cons. You'll want to play around with the ways you consume CBD to find out what works best for the anxiety symptom you're feeling at the moment.

Edibles are enjoyable and suitable for those who don't like to smoke, but they take a bit to digest and produce inconsistent results.

Another popular option is a tincture that contains CBD oil. Your preferred dose is put under your tongue. This is a top choice among those who want consistent relief and dosage.

Still, some prefer to smoke. You can choose to smoke CBD joints or CBD vapes. To try vaping you'll need a CBD cartridge and vaping batteries.

Combat Different Types of Anxiety

Those who experience these types of anxiety disorders may find relief when consuming CBD. It doesn't work for everyone's anxiety, but you won't know until you try.

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