Thursday, March 1, 2012

How to Deal With Anxiety

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Everyone has the feelings of anxiety, nervousness, tension, and stress in our daily-life, Actually,anxiety can be good for us in certain cases that make us sharp in mind and do something efficient.

But some people who suffered from types of anxiety disorder,such as long-term anxiety, inappropriate anxiety, debilitating anxiety, and other Severe anxiety can be a health trouble.
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Anyway we should realize that anxiety can be managed easily and the most important is that you shuld learn how to deal with Anxiety properly.

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 Some Tips on how to deal with Anxiety are given as following:
  • Dealing With Anxiety and Becoming a relaxation expert---People who have anxiety disorders would need some relaxation techniques. and the deep breathing, tai chi, or yoga which are really working on us.
  • Dealing With Anxiety with enough sleep, nourishment, and exercise.--- Get amount of sleep for your needs;Eat well,if possible you can find some Anti Anxiety Foods like Peaches, Acacia berries,Blueberries and so on;Exercise regularly,if you go on with aerobic exercise half an hour everyday,you can achieved the maximum benefit to get over anxiety
  • Dealing With Anxiety to participate in group activities and Enjoy the nature---Choose somewhere and participate in group activities which you feel safe so you can relax. 
  • Dealing With Anxiety By Stopping Negative thoughts and Thinking positive---Stop negative thoughts is the key to keep our minds off the worry circle.if you feel anxiety ,just change our mind to think things are good, beautiful, and positive.




14 comments:

icandynbama said...

How do you deal with anxiety and panic attacks during pregnancy?
What is the best way to deal with anxiety and panic attacks,especially during pregnancy?

Abi said...

I've been dealing with a really bad anxiety problem for years and am also pregnant. When I got pregnant, my physician took me off of Lexapro and put me on Buspar which is frequently used to treat anxiety during pregnancy. It's an older medication and considered to be more safe than a lot of others on the market. It is a Pregnancy Category B medication. If your condition is bad enough you feel as though it requires medication, I would definitely talk to your doc about it. I am sure they will be willing to work with you! You can't be miserable your whole pregnancy, that's not good for you or the baby. Good luck to you with dealing with this I know it can be tough.

Karen said...

I found these rules at another Internet site. They are made by the American advice columnist Ann Landers and were mentioned as her 10 golden rules for coping with panic.


1. Remember that although your feelings and symptoms are frightening, they are neither dangerous nor harmful.

2. Understand that what you are experiencing is merely an exaggeration of your normal reaction to stress.

3. Do not fight your feelings or try to wish them away. The more willing you are to face them, the less intensive they will become.

4. Don't add to your panic by thinking about what "might happen". If you find yourself asking, "What if?" tell yourself "So what?".

5. Stay in the present. Be aware of what is happening to you rather than concern yourself with how much worse it might be.

6. Label your fear level from zero to 10 and watch it go up and down. Notice that it doesn't stay at a very high level for more than a few seconds.

7. When you find yourself thinking about fear, change your "what if" thinking. Focus on and perform some simple, manageable task.

8. Notice that when you stop thinking frightening thoughts your anxiety fades.

9. When fear comes, accept it, don't fight it. Wait and give it time to pass. Don't try to escape from it.

10. Be proud of the progress you've made. Think about how good you feel when the anxiety has passed and you are in total control and at peace.

beccasaurus said...

How do you deal with stress and anxiety?
So I have these weird little quirks about me. I bite my nails, chew on the inside of my cheeks, hum when I'm in an uncomfortable sitaution, and even bite on my Lips. It's all due to stress and terrible anxiety so I'm just wondering if anybody else is as bad as me and what other people do to relieve stress and deal with anxiety.

jacky said...

There are a number of things you can do to eliminate anxiety naturally without using medications. Bottom line is anxiety is caused by your negative THOUGHTS (either subconscious or conscious thoughts). By mastering your thinking you can eliminate or reduce anxiety.

Below are some proven methods you can use to reduce or eliminate anxiety:

a) Meditation is proven to help reduce anxiety and is also not difficult to learn. 10 minutes a day is all that is required to help calm your mind

b) Self Hypnosis: You should buy a good book on this and learn self hypnosis

c) Repeating Positive Affirmations: The best time to do this is at night before bed or in the morning when you wake up. About 7 to 8 minutes is all you need.

d) Try to learn the root cause of your anxiety. For example I use to be scared of the dark, and learned I was accidentally locked in a dark basement as a child. As soon as I learned this my fear of the dark immediately went away.

dave said...

Self talk is very important in dealing with anxiety. One must recognize what anxiety is and realize that it will never hurt you. Accepting anxiety and panic attacks and not getting worked up when they happen is key.

KKA said...

Love the information provided really helps--ensures you that you alone are not going through this...

Aunt Mary said...

Just breath in and out I would see a doctor as you want the best for you baby ;-)

Aunt Mary said...

I'm the same its ok face your fear I have become much better then I got bad again now im ok just look to the bright side :-P

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Informative and fantastic blog. We totally agree with the methods you share with all of us with regard to reducing stress as well as anxiety disorders. One of the best guidance for anxiety would be to steer clear of the things that leads to you stress. Do the necessary steps mentioned in the article and for certain you'd be getting rid of anxiousness. Panic disorders for the most part is not healthy. It only leads to us worries and bodily difficulties.

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