Ways to Cope Up with Anxiety Issues

  • By: Tiana Rodrigues / Comments : 0

Haven’t we all had our heart beat faster before taking that bungee jump or wiped off those sweaty palms before an important presentation? That’s anxiety – our body’s natural response in stressful or panicky situations.

Each one of us has our triggers and recognizing them is one of the most important step in managing or reducing anxiety. Public speaking, walking at a height, working on a tight deadline and there could be many more triggers that affect people leading to anxiety and restlessness.

Identifying these triggers can take some time and introspection. While that happens, adopting these small habits or practicing them would fasten up your healing process.

Some Symptoms/Signs of Anxiety

  1. Extreme Nervousness or restlessness
  2. Getting the chills or trembling
  3. Lack of focus
  4. Easily distracted
  5. Sweating
  6. Hyperventilating
  7. Weakness

5 Quick Ways To Cope With Anxiety

20 minutes of Yoga Everyday

With the kind of stressful lives we are leading today, Yoga must be a non-negotiable everyday routine. When done regularly for at least 20 minutes every day, it can make you a calmer person, curbing down your nervousness and chills.

Pen down your thoughts

Write down what makes you anxious and then work towards it. If presenting in front of a lot of people scares you, practice it in front of a mirror, friends and family. Make mistakes, fumble and let it all out. When you repeat things which scare you, you will overcome it in no time.

Deep and Focused Breathing

Breathe in for 4-5 counts and breathe out for 4-5 counts for 5 minutes in total. When your breath is even, it slows down the heart rate, calming down your anxiety and panic feels.

The 4-7-8 technique is also well-known to help control anxiety. In this technique, you first breathe out to empty your lungs of residual air. Then breathe in for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 7 seconds and exhale through your mouth for 8 seconds, repeating this pattern for up to 4 times.

Aromatherapy

Scents like lavender, chamomile and sandalwood in any form – candle, oil or incense are known to be very soothing. They help to stimulate specific receptors in your brain, potentially easing anxiety and stress.

Thought Patterns

Try to mould your thoughts in a more positive way. Stay away from negative vibes, thoughts and people. It can destroy your confidence, capabilities and happiness. Question your fears, know whether it’s as important as you’re treating it and see how you can overcome them.

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Anxiety is a part of everyone’s life but it shouldn’t overpower your peace, mental health and positivity. And once you know what treatment, medication and food works best for you, every moment would be more enjoyable and less unnerving.

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