TIPS TO DEAL WITH ANXIETY

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I promise you nothing in this world is as chaotic as it seems. Nothing is more important than your health.

Anxiety, although pretty common, can be quite terrifying because you feel like you can’t breathe, your heart starts beating faster than it should and your hands get clammy and sweaty.Here are a few tips that you can employ in your daily life to alleviate anxiousness and that jittery feeling that which no one likes.

We all have mornings when we wake up and get that anxious feeling. Here are a few things which I recommend to help you feel better-
– Take a timeout /breather and go off into the woods or spend some time near the water (lakeside or the sea). Spend quality time with your family or your close friends.

– Stay away from social media and from your smartphone for at least a day. Stop using your gadgets a few hours before bedtime.
– Start visualizing your heart rate slowing down and you will start feeling calmer.

– Remeber the old saying – Don’t bite on more than you can chew.
Every once in a while say No when you need to go away from youe personal and professional commitments if it stresses you out.
– Learn to celebrate small victories and stop beating yourself up about when it didn’t happen.
– Reduxe your tea and coffee to one cup a day since caffeine exacerbates anxiety very often.
– Go for a walk in the outdoors or go kickboxing or for a yoga class.

– Spend time with your pets in a day to destress. There’s nothing better than going for a run or taking a stroll in the park with your loved one’s.
– Speak witn afriend or counselor about what is bothering you. There is no shame in asking for help and talking to your loved one’s if it makes you feep better.
– Try to manage a gratitude journal. Find things for which you are grateful for and write them down and watch your stresses slowly melt away.
– Herbs like brahmi and ashwagandha can help restore vitality, alleviate stress and help with irritability and overcome depression.

Always remember that everyone gets anxious once in a while and its important to know that ‘ this shall too pass’. There’s no harm in asking anyone around you for help or in talking about things which might make you feel anxious.

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