Tips On Getting Through Anxiety

I know that I often give tips on how to get through anxiety, but I thought I would add some to my usual ones. If anyone would like to contribute some others, I would greatly appreciate it.

1.) Practice Consistently- This isn’t always easy, but it’s important. If you constantly practice facing your anxiety (in small steps), you will be able to prove that you can trust yourself and that your anxiety doesn’t have to control you.

2.) Try To Do Something Every Day That’s Out Of Your Comfort Zone- Even if it’s something small, doing something each day that’s out of your comfort zone can help you show yourself that you are okay and that you can succeed. You also exercise your mind.

3.) Exercise Consistently- Exercising both physically and mentally helps you gain strength. Exercising works like facing your fears does; it makes you stronger so that you can overcome any obstacles that come your way. You don’t have to do complex exercises to be successful, just some stretches each day can help. For some exercise tips, visit, (Please always stay safe when exercising).

4.) Come Up With A Mantra- Come up with a saying that will help you when you get anxious. For a while, I couldn’t think of one I liked. However, after watching The Stand by Steven King, I liked the quote that talks about whether or not you believe in God, He believes in you. Even for those of who you aren’t religious, the quote can be very helpful. However, it is important that you find a quote that is positive, uplifting, and that will help you.

5.) Share Your Feelings With Those You Can Trust- Talking to people you trust about your anxiety can remind you that others are there for you. Also, remember that you are not alone in your struggles.

**Once again, I invite you all who have ideas or suggestions on getting through anxiety, to offer your advice. Thank you.

2 Replies to “Tips On Getting Through Anxiety”

  1. When anxiety happens, watch it but don’t judge it. Allow it to be there. When we allow things to be as they are, we break the link between our thoughts and emotions. We free ourselves from our mind. We let go of forms and are able to feel the space within. Out of this awareness comes the solution or right action. Namaste.

  2. Thank you for your comment and suggestion. Sometimes we have to accept that we have anxiety but work through it, even though it can be hard. As I have heard, we need to focus on what we are doing, instead of how we feel sometimes. We cannot let our anxiety control us.

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