5 tips to help with anxiety

Become a relaxation expert.

We all think we can relax. However, relaxing in front of a TV or computer is not really relaxing. (Depending on what you see or do, you may even feel nervous.) The same is true for alcohol, drugs, or tobacco. They seem to reduce anxiety or stress, but this is a wrong state of temporary relaxation. What the body really needs is the practice of daily relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, Tai Chi or yoga, which can have a physical effect on the mind. For example, deep breathing helps to relax the primary nerves from the diaphragm to the brain and sends a message to the entire body to relax.

2 Get enough sleep, diet and exercise. 

Do you want to make your body and mind feel calm and strong to cope with the ups and downs of life? Get the right amount of sleep according to your needs-not too much or too little. Eat better: choose fruits, vegetables, lean protein and whole grains for long-term energy (rather than a short burst of sugar or caffeine). Work out and send oxygen to every cell in the body to make the brain and body perform their best functions. Function optimally.

3 Connect with others.

Spend time with friends or family. Organized activities are fun, but entertainment is also possible. Working with people, we are close to each other, strengthens our bond and makes us feel supportive and safe. The fun and sharing that comes with it make us happier and less depressed. If you’re worried or nervous about something, talking more to people who listen and care can help you understand and cope better. Remind you that sometimes everyone thinks that way. You are not alone.

4 Connect with nature.

Walking in the park or walking in the woods can help anyone feel peaceful and rooted. (Choose a safe place to relax and enjoy the area.) Hiking, walking, mountain biking, or snowshoeing can also bring sports benefits. Invite one or two friends (or family members) to enjoy connecting with others.

5 Watch the beautiful things.

An excellent way to get rid of our thoughts Is to focus our thoughts on beautiful, beautiful and positive things. Appreciate the daily blessings. Let yourself dream, hope and imagine the best. Things that can happen.

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