Some easy tips to reduce anxiety
To do what you can now and help your anxiety levels even if it’s only temporary or just some thing to try.
Here you will find simple and effective ways to help you cope with stress and anxiety.
I can promise you that some where on this page is a way to find some way of allowing you to feel calmer and even if only for a short time you will find some relief from anxiety.
Meditation has been used for thousands of years and it has been proved to work to lower anxiety and stress, it also can lead to deeper long lasting changes in time that will provide you with new personal understandings as well as allow you to rest and heal, (there are plenty of web sites providing free instructions for free.)
The good news is you do not have to sit cross legged or chant and learn complex in-depth techniques for it to be affective, any one can do it and often in a way that is right for them.
The good new is there is no need to join a gym, you can find many ways to find physical activities to help you exercise.
Some times its just about being more active, so going dancing or walking , swimming and any sport will help you exercise. Keep fit DVD’S are also helpful. Exercise helps reduce stress by using the body’s natural chemicals to help you feel good naturally.
Reduce or stop drinking high caffeine drinks such as coffee or cola and even tea, high energy drinks are also usually high in caffeine.
Caffeine reduces the ability to rest, hinders sleep and keeps the mind working, yes it can help you keep going but at a cost, nothing wrong with having the odd drink but people who are suffering from anxiety or stress tend to over do the amount they drink, try to count how many high caffeine drinks you have a day.
High doses of caffeine can cause anxiety, dizziness, headaches,and anxiety
It is considered 200-300 mg of caffeine a day to be a safe amount for adults. But some people can be come dependant on as little as 100 mg of caffeine a day This could mean that it is possible to develop withdrawal symptoms and experience symptoms like tiredness, irritability, and headaches if they stop all caffeine suddenly.
You may think your caffeine intake is low but it can be found in medications and supplements and some foods, you may not know how much you actually ingest in a day.
Try looking at the ingredients in over the counter pain medication etc.
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