A lot of stress and anxiety comes from a lot of runaway thoughts due to a given problem, or a collective of them, be it at home or the office or wherever. And how does one effectively relieve stress and anxiety? Are all these all in your head? How will you cope? Did you know that you can use your mind to fully utilize your innate healing power?
Every day we always experience different circumstances that will either help us motivate our being or the other way around due to a stressful day. If your day is full of pleasure and excitement, you have all the reason to be thankful because it will add more meaning to your life and the reason to live. But if your day is the other way around, full of anxiety and stress, well, let me tell you this. It’s time for you to take a deep breath and relax because at the end of the day you are responsible for your own actions, actions that will either benefit your health or turn it for the worst ruin — your health that can lead to sickness.
According to Jay Winner, MD, author of Taking the Anxiety Out of Your Life and director of the Stress Management Program for Sansum Clinic in Santa Barbara, California, anxiety doesn’t only make us feel awful emotionally, it can also exacerbate just about any health condition you can think of.
Studies have found many health problems connected to anxiety. It can worsen or increase the risk of conditions like heart diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, gastrointestinal problems, depression, obesity, headaches, diabetes, and asthma. Anxiety is somehow a part of our daily routine and we can’t deny it nor avoid it. There are many reasons why we get stressed. It could be your boss, workload, office mates, clients, deadlines, overdue loans, mortgage, etc. But you have to remember the reasons why we work so hard. And that is to earn money for our family and future plans. That’s just one of the reasons why we continue to strive and do what we do on a daily basis. Work hard and hope for a better tomorrow.
Here are some aid tips that can help reduce your anxiety and lower your health risks.
2. Live one day at a time and eat healthy food.
3. Keep calm and do some exercises and focus on the positive side.
4. Listen to inspirational songs and music that can help boost your being and can help you motivate to do well remember music can change your mood.
5. Look at that time as an opportunity and be thankful for the opportunity to work and to live.
6. Think about the things for which you’re grateful – that you have family and friends that you can see and talk to.
7. Take some time to meditate and practice sound therapy