Worry results in ->Physiological symptoms – sweating, increased heart beat, increased blood pressureNegative self talk – distracts the mind from finding a solutionHow not to worryDr. Edward Hallowell - "anticipatory and dangerous" worrying—which he calls "toxic worry"--can be harmful for your mental and physical health. He claims that "Toxic worry is when the worry paralyzes you" -> Never worry alone: To combat worry, Hallowell suggests that people should not worry alone, because people are much more likely to come up with solutions when talking about their concerns with a friend.-> Get the facts-> Make a plan-> Take care of your brain: -> Sleep well -> Exercise -> Eat well -> Get a ‘warm hug’ or a ‘pat on the back’ (Kamalhassan’sKattipudivaidhiyam)-> Let it go"At least you can practice letting it go," Hallowell said. "Head in that direction. A lot of toxic worriers do just the opposite. They gather their worries unto them. They say ‘Where are my worries, come back,' almost as if they fell unsafe without them."
4 WAYS TO STOP WORRYING…1. Sharing2. Get the facts3. Make a plan4. Take care of your brain"If you cant sleep, then get up and do somethinginstead of lying there worrying.Its the worry that gets you, not the lack of sleep"- Dale Carnegie