Here are some Quick Tips for Anxiety Suffers:

Is your anxiety getting the better of you?

Are you finding it difficult to manage everyday, normal daily tasks?

Do you keep experiencing that familiar anxious feeling?

Is anxiety affecting your sleep or stopping you from eating properly?

Suffering from anxiety makes it more difficult for us to face our normal daily tasks or challenges.  When you feel like this, you can find it difficult to see a way out of it, therefore anxiety becomes a way of being.

You can feel anxious about lots of different things ranging from minor issues to major hurdles. Sometimes even the minor issues can feel like major hurdles!  This is called anticipatory anxiety, where we anticipate something is going to cause us anxiety before it has even happened.

You know that familiar feeling, when your mouth goes dry, your heart starts racing and you feel sweaty.  This not good for us in the long term, it can leave us feeling exhausted and drained.  Also the more we think and brood about an issue, the bigger it seems to become.

A Quick Tips for Anxiety Suffers

A great tip is to gain perspective in these situations is to ask yourself a few simple questions:

1.Is there any real harm being done?

2. Has anyone been hurt?

3. Is anyone or yourself in any real danger?

If you answer NO to the above questions your anxiety is anticipatory and can you can learn to manage it, reduce it and keep it a bay, allowing you to be free from those feeling of anxiety and get on back with the business of living a full and healthy life.

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Teach yourself self hypnosis, it's great way to calm and relax yourself in any situation.  Taking some long slow deep breaths and telling yourself that you feel calm and relaxed in any situation, breathing slowly and deeply, making sure every muscle in your body is feeling relaxed.  So take a few moments out and have a go!

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