Want to learn more about soothing anxiety?
Join student Clinical Herbalist and Nutritionist Meg Drennan in her class, Anxiety Aid, on January 22nd, 2022 from 4-5:30 p.m. MT. This is a holistic online (Zoom) workshop that will include lecture, discussions, and taste testing of different herbal preparations.
Anxiety Aid: Supporting Anxiety with Nutrition and Herbs
We are in the midst of a mental health crisis right now in America. With up to one third of the population suffering from an anxiety condition during their lifetime, anxiety disorders are the most common type of psychiatric disorder in the United States. Currently, one in five people has a type of mental health issue. These numbers may even be underestimated, as anxiety conditions often go undiagnosed and the people suffering from them are often left untreated. In our busy modern age, there is often a tendency for people to accept stress and anxiety as a normal aspect of living, and they don’t always seek out support to appropriately cope with these concerns. This is very distressing. Mental health conditions that impact one individual also affect a greater group of people, including that person’s family and friends. This means the number affected by anxiety conditions is much greater than what is being documented.