Happiness expert Shawn Achor is a Harvard-educated man who overcame depression by studying happiness. He learned how to lower, and to end anxiety by replacing anxiety-promoting behaviors and thinking patterns with actions and thoughts that promote an upbeat attitude. Achor’s http://goodthinkinc.com/ site educates readers worldwide about all that. The Goodthink newsletter recently informed subscribers that “The good news is we can learn how to stay levelheaded. Michelle Gielan shares how to prepare yourself for any stressful situation.”
There’s more to ending anxiety than you might realize, so keep reading while the smile grows across your face. Physical activity and social support (friends) can lower and prevent stressful responses to life’s complications, as this Understanding the Stress Response article explains. The LotsaHelpingHands method can lower and prevent anxiety for caregivers who might otherwise neglect their own needs.
Specific vitamins can prevent anxiety, and lacking them might cause it. Your personality would not be to blame; your diet could be the problem. The solution is in a whole foods menu and the abandonment of commercial, including fast food, options.
People with a hormonal imbalance might experience a physiological rather than a psychological problem that causes anxiety, as this New York Times magazine article indicates. The solution is to work with a medical expert who can balance those hormones with an appropriate treatment plan.
Nature eases anxiety. There’s a practice called “Earthing” in which people connect with nature by walking barefoot on grass or soil, doing some gardening, or walking outdoors in beautiful areas filled with nature’s bounty. Aquariums are known for their calming effects, too. Those activities and listening to the soft hum of an can aquarium motor while observing the silent swims of the fish can be quite calming. They let a person think through their problems in order to find solutions for them, too
MoodGym is fun method for ending anxiety without a therapist.
Be sure to light soothing candles in decorative, candle-safe containers for a reassuring glow, and to dress in fabrics which leave you feeling comfortable. Wear a scent that comforts your psyche. Bergamot, cinnamon, lavender, lemon, lime, rose, rosemary, and Ylang Ylang are natural fragrances that come in essential oils to be used like perfume or after-shave. You can dab them on your skin, even under your nose, for relaxing input all day long.
All the options above have one thing in common: Taking decisive action to improve the quality of your life. Those actions are pleasant, easy and affordable. Invest in one or more of the possibilities available to you and let your anxiety decrease, perhaps disappear If you need more help with that, consult a competent therapist willing to work with you..