Anxiety is part of our life. Don't walk away from it, learn to easily and effectively manage it with these simple tips
There are ways to reduce anxiety. But the most important thing is to recognize that it's not just anyone's normal state, no matter how turbulent our times maybe. It's a disorder. And you can take care of yourself.
Anxiety: another century's epidemic
Have you ever experienced negative thinking? Something bad was going to happen… tomorrow you might have an accident…the negative self-talk.
This kind of thinking is a symptom of anxiety. It puts you in a state of negative anticipation. We feel overly nervous and restless and tense.
When we're facing a challenge or a major threat (a tiger is about to attack you), that anticipation is a natural response, the fight or flight, the red flag we have all experienced. But if the event per se never comes (there is no tiger) and you're always on red alert, your health starts to suffer. People with anxiety report annoying psychological and somatic signs and symptoms.
Glimmer of hope
You can control your anxiety. It may not be easy at first, but it's about respecting a set of rules and having discipline. These five guidelines for reducing anxiety can help you mitigate its adverse effects