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How can I reduce my anxiety?

asked Mar 30, 2017
15520 PointsGold
Anxious people focus on what they can't control. Learn to let go to be less anxious.
Realize that you cannot control everything.

Situations are not exhausting us, it is the thoughts about the situation that exhaust us. The mind is the issue.

Morning meditation helps. The morning is key to master. Gratitude and meditation exercises in the morning are great. You can control your morning and nights (what you do when you wake up and what you do before bed)

Start to create new habits and break negative habits.

Breathing is crucial. Contemplation has to do with breathe. Wealth is about breathe. Breathing helps with self-control.

When a person is angry, they lose their mind, breathe, and soul. Breathing leads to calmness. Short breathe leads to anxiety and anger. People have panic attacks because they cant breathe.

To reduce anxiousness, breathe and get out of your head. Let go of what you cannot control.
Mar 30, 2017
+3 Votes
28850 PointsGold
There are many ways to reduce anxiety. But, not every way or the same way works for everybody. So, your first job is to examine yourself to see what might work for you. Think about past instances where you were able to reduce your anxiety.  Might that work again?

Then think about the things that require movement that you enjoy or think you might enjoy, for example, walking, running, dancing, etc.  

Now think of a list of things that you might enjoy learning or doing like: painting, swimming, writing, singing, playing an instrument, etc.

You might just need to talk to a good, empathetic coach who allows you a space to explore the things that cause you anxiety, which is where I come in.

If you think that your being anxious is not as much of a problem as the situations that provoke anxiety, that would where I’d be of use to you again. So, do your homework:

1)    What can you do to release the anxiety that might work for you?
2)    What moment activity might work for you?
3)    What new, not yet tried, musing, artful, or thoughtful things interest you?
4)    List the situations that cause you anxiety.
5)    If you just need me to help you sort it all out, then I’m here
6)    What  do you think?
Apr 4, 2017
+2 Votes