How to Deal With Anxiety By Daniel Harper For more information visithttp://ezhealthmanagement.com/blog/
Anxiety is described as a psychological and physiological state wherein a person feels uneasiness, worry, andfear. Although it’s associated with negative feelings it’s actually a natural response to stress which helps theperson cope with the situation. As normal individuals, we are not strangers to anxiety and we experience it insituations such as a job interview, an exam, a confrontation with another individual, or a specific fear towardssomething or someone. But when anxiety becomes excessive, it can lead to anxiety disorder or even phobia. Soif you want to manage these negative feelings, read the suggested tips below on how to deal with anxiety. Take your vitamins. It was observed that people who are deficient in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B, potassium and magnesium, easily get anxious and suffer from its symptoms. Make sure that you get sufficient amounts of vitamins and minerals through supplements on top of your regular diet. Let go of caffeine. Caffeine found in coffee, energy drinks and most sodas can actually increases your anxiety levels which results to palpitations and cold sweats. On top of that, caffeine also decreases your ability to sleep and relax which something your body needs when recovering from anxiety.
Meditate. I have mentioned meditation a lot of times in this blog and I couldn’t emphasize more the benefits of having a calm mind. Whenever you feel anxious try to find a quiet spot and meditate. Focus on calming your thoughts and relaxing your body to get rid of the feelings of anxiety. Also, include meditation as part of your daily routine to help you manage anxiety in the future. Build your confidence. People get easily anxious when they’re not confident about themselves and when they’re not sure on how to deal with certain situations. Building your confidence helps you believe in your abilities and strengths. If you know for yourself that you can handle certain problems and difficult situations, what’s there to be anxious about?
Talk about it. Normally we isolate ourselves from other people whenever we feel anxious about something. We get immersed in our own thoughts and the next we know we are more anxious than before. Talking to other family and close friends about your problems help reduce the effects of anxiety. The feeling of having people around you for support actually calms the mind and relaxes the body. Stay active. Whenever we feel anxious, our body releases adrenaline and prepares for “fight or flight.” It prepares for action so it can defend itself from threats. But if your situation isn’t life threatening then you can just do something to shake it off. Try to stay active by doing quick exercises such as running or doing pushups. That kind of physical activity can replace your negative feelings with positive ones.
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