How To Master Your Anxiety

Master Your Anxiety

Anxiety seems to be the buzz word of today’s ailments. Almost every one I meet these days, is either suffering from anxiety, or panic attacks. Throughout my life, I have also had periods where I have suffered from anxiety. I have learnt various tips along the way, on how to ease it, and I thought I would share them with you.

  • Mindfulness can be anything from meditation, to deep breathing.
  • Calming excercises, include, yoga, walking and swimming.

    Master Your Anxiety

    There are specific positions in yoga that can help with anxiety / image: chatelaine

  • Herbs and vitamins: Drink chamomile tea throughout the day. Take some of the following supplements: Gaba, valerian, passion flower, omega oils, kava, magnesium, Have regular vitamin B injections.
  • A Healthy diet, must include loads of fresh fruit and veggies. Drink loads of water. I prefer warm lemon, or ginger water in winter.
  • Rest if you are feeling anxious, and be sure to take rest breaks throughout the day. Ideally we should all have 9 hours of sleep, but this varies from person to person, as I know my ideal sleep time is about 8 hours.
  • Alternative remedies, like reflexology, hypnotherapy, and massage always bring us a sense of calm.
  • Bring nature into your life. A little direct sunlight is ideal for our daily vit D boost. Walk outside, and be aware of all of your 5 senses.
  • Avoid, or limit alcohol, coffee and sugar. If you don’t have to, then do not go to places, or do things that you find stressful.
  • Personlity points we all need to work on are: Have fun, and laugh more. We can’t control everything, don’t even try. Don’t strive for perfection, rather aim at being the best you can be. Don’t overwhelm yourself, and remember the “no” word when you have too much on your platter.
  • Tips we can use at home: Learn to do TRE, and practice regularly. Take Epsom salts baths weekly. Massage lavender oil on your temples, whenever needed, and put a few drops on your pillow at night.
  • Learn your triggers, and avoid anxious places. If you have to be somewhere, either go with someone as a support system.
  • Get help, and either confide in friends or family, that can support you, or see a professional.
  • Write down everything, including lists to do, or anything on your mind. Daily journaling or free writing is ideal 1st thing every morning.

Prepare yourself mentally when doing something that makes you anxious:

1. Take someone with you

Master Your Anxiety

Making a plan and sticking to it can leave you feeling free from your anxiety / image: brainwellnessspa

2. Do something you love

3. Visualisation methods

4. Take medication if need be

5. Use lavender for calming effects

6. Play music

7. Take an Epsom salts bath

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Trish own a business called Life Retreat which is focused on Wellness, Health and Healing. She is married and the Mom of 4 amazing Adult children. ”I began my health and healing journey many years ago, and have studied my entire life. I brought up my children healthily without using medication. Thankfully they have all followed in my footsteps and have followed the healing path with their careers. I am a Yoga Teacher, and practice yoga and meditation regularly. I love hiking and the great outdoors.” QUALIFICATIONS After completing by B Soc Sci Degree and majoring in Psychology I then went on to become a Herbalist I have studied numerous other Healing modalities including Ayurveda, TRE and many more. I am an ISHTA Yoga Teacher

2 Comments on How To Master Your Anxiety

Joshua said : Guest 7 years ago

100% correct, Christopher. Triggers can vary so much from person to person but if you know your own then you can cope a lot better with your anxiety. Thanks for your comment.

christopher said : Guest 7 years ago

Learning triggers is oh so important for me. once you have learned your triggers you can pretty much plan a whole day

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