Anxiety affects everyone. Unfortunately, for some, it is a chronic affliction that makes simple tasks seem impossible to surmount.
Anxiety can be defined as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. For most, manageable amounts of anxiety are experienced during moments of potential danger, major life change, financial struggle, and academic or professional obstacles. However, for about 3 million people in the U.S., the feelings of impending doom and despair consume a vast majority of their life, compromising their livelihood and sense of inner peace.
There is no doubt that life can, at times, be difficult and chaotic. But when an individual’s anxiety begins to disrupt their daily routine to a point of instability and noticeable dysfunction, it’s time the problem is addressed.
Excessively worrying, unhealthy sleep patterns, irrational fears, muscle tension, chronic indigestion, self-consciousness, panic attacks, disturbing flashbacks and obsessive compulsive behaviors are all tell-tale manifestations of an emotional imbalance.
Thankfully, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. As with all mental/emotional dysfunctions, there are a myriad of options to assist you in uprooting the source of the problem and alleviating some of the debilitating symptoms.
In addition to the awesome opening video, check out some helpful tips to get your anxiety in check and free yourself of constant worry. Please note that consistent patience and unconditional self-love are required to successfully see results, so remember to be grateful for any progress you make!
1. Maintain Stable Blood Sugar
2. Stay Away From Off Caffeine
4. Eat to Live & Take a Probiotic
5. Move Your Body!
6. Try Natural Mood Enhancement Supplements
Anxiety has a significant impact on quality of life. Meditation and other acts of mindfulness, coupled with the above tactics can go a long way toward reducing anxiety. Another positive tactic to consider adding to your arsenal is therapy! Don’t be alarmed, everyone can benefit from therapy, anxiety ridden or not, so consider giving it a shot!