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Teach Your Daughter These Natural Anxiety Reducers

Moms, I get it. You want your daughter to be healthy and happy. You worry when her anxieties seem to take over her life, but at the same time she’s young, and you want to try everything possible before getting her on medication. Luckily, there are plenty of natural anxiety reducers to help her cope with her anxiety and fears.

Here at Bloom Sooner, I’m all about bringing the best help possible while still keeping you and your needs in mind. At the same time, I want you to understand that supplements and other natural remedies are not meant to replace prescribed medication, but they can be helpful! It’s also important to note that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn’t regulate or monitor supplements as they do for drugs. You should only buy from manufacturers you trust, as well as follow any dosage information.

With that said, scroll ahead for more!

Folic Acid

There’s research out there that suggests folic acid deficiency may be linked to depressive symptoms. Folate plays an essential role in the brain so trying a B9 supplement may help your daughter overcome some of those anxious thoughts and feelings. B9 or B-Complex vitamins may be the solution for you.

Vitamin A

People with anxiety sometimes lack Vitamin A, an antioxidant that’s been shown to help anxiety and it’s symptoms. Vitamin A also has other benefits like a strong immune system and stronger bones.

Other natural anxiety reducers


A runners high can do wonders for your daughter’s overall mental health. If she doesn’t enjoy running encourage her to find an activity she loves. Some studies suggest the regular exercise and a healthy diet can work as well as medication for some people so get moving!


Journaling is a great tool for coping with anxiety. As a stress remedy tool, your daughter can use her journal on an as-needed basis to help her deal with her fears, anxieties, and overall way of living.