Many of us have experienced Anxiety on one level or another. Maybe we have experienced anxiety around not being able to pay an upcoming bill, an upcoming presentation at work, a potential diagnosis, or present anxiety stemming from a past Trauma. Maybe you have experienced Anxiety related to one of these or Anxiety pertaining to something else. Whatever it may be though, Anxiety is intrusive. Anxiety impedes on our everyday life and our ability to live in peace.
Stress is something that we all live with. And, as much as we look down on stress, it actually motivates us. However, stress can reach an unhealthy level to the point where it can become Anxiety. Anxiety can start to feel like a dark shadow that is following us in every step that we take. It haunts us.
While it can sometimes feel that we are trapped within this anxiety, there is good news, you do not have to be. There are many things that are helpful with anxiety.
These are just a few things that are helpful with feelings of Anxiety. It is important to find a few things that work best for you. While Anxiety may be something that many of us deal with, it is also a very individual experience. Therefore, it is important to make yourself a priority and find the things that work best.
Have you tried any of the above? What works best for you?
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5 Ways to Ease Anxiety