Healthy Living 4 ways to kill anxiety

Reading positive affirmations and reciting positive self-talk, repeatedly, to you can work wonders

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Anxiety is best described as an uncomfortable feeling of nervousness or worry about something that is happening or might happen in the future.

Many of us do experience it at school, office and even homes we could say. It creeps into you when you are not in expectancy of how the day or activity would turn out. honestly, it's not a good feeling and below are some ways to kill it.

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1. Encourage yourself

When something occurs that causes you to become overly anxious, stop what you are doing and focus on your mind. Breathe in and out, deeply and slowly. Then, immediately tell yourself (out loud if you have to) that it is only temporary. Repeat this over and over again as many times as you need to in order to calm down and convince yourself of this and tell yourself that you are going to be okay.

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2. Self-Talk and Affirmations

Never underestimate the power of positive self-talk and affirmations. These are a few ways many people effectively deal with any anxiety issues they face. Reading positive affirmations and reciting positive self-talk, repeatedly, to you can work wonders. Remind yourself of how to think about daily challenges.  One of the effective ways many people choose to deal with stress is to look into the meaning of the things that initially resulted in the rising stress level. You can choose to feel grateful, by first learning and understanding that you don’t need an excuse to feel good.

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3. Get Healthy

Many people that have constant anxiety may have specific immoralities that may not be so healthy to help mask the problem. These may make anxiety worse or only help temporarily. Eating healthy foods, getting plenty of sleep, and exercising will go a long way in terms of controlling anxiety. Foods rich in vitamin B, such as beef, chicken, leafy greens, nuts, and citrus fruits can help keep anxiety at bay. Keeping yourself hydrated with plenty of fresh water each day can help as well.

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4. Get Enough Sleep

Insomnia may have crept into your system without you noticing. Many people who suffer from this illness tend to stay up late, thus allowing an overtired body and mind to become more vulnerable to anxious thoughts the next day.

Being awake and alert throughout the day can ease anxiety and help you think much more clearly and realistically. Getting enough sleep can help you keep your anxiety under control and lead you to a more productive, healthy, and happy life.

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