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Cope with Anxiety

Cope with Anxiety

Cope with anxiety and do not let it run your life. Understand methods that will help. Coping with anxiety to learn how to rid your life of it once and for all. It is normal to feel worried, anxious, and fearful sometimes. We all go through times where things like money, relationships, family problems and other issues bring in overwhelming anxiety. In a small dose, anxiety is healthy. Anxiety is a way in which we are alerted that something is off course and needs to be fixed.

Cope with Anxiety

It’s Effects

Anxiety starts to become serious when you are prevented from enjoying and doing the daily things you once found pleasure in. You can’ t live your life on the side lines riddled with fear and constant worry. Nobody wants to take a backseat in life. To never jump in and enjoy all of the pleasure life has to offer. We are meant to live life to the fullest.

If you find that you are starting to avoid people and certain situations caused by anxiety, it may be a good idea to get professional help. With the help of a professional you will be able to have a safe environment where you can better understand the mental makeup of the irrational statements. Having someone standing outside of the system can see much more clearly into the situation and from a different angel.

How to Cope with anxiety and the Physical Effects

Anxiety evokes the same “fight or flight” responses that also stress does. Much like stress, anxiety triggers a large flood of stress hormones (cortisol) which is designed to enhance a persons speed, their reflexes, increase their heart rate, and circulation. The difference however is that stress is brought on by feelings of sadness, frustration, anger, fear, etc.

Anxiety almost always is related to a sense of false fear. Also impending doom and apprehension. It involves a sense of fear, dread, or apprehension. Stress more than often is an internal process brought on by our thoughts and our perception of how we are interpreting this world and the information in it.

Very brief anxiety may occur with and event that is isolated such as public speaking. An anxiety disorder however persists months with no real clear reason as to why. Without the exact causes even being known, the brain is always actively involved.

Once you receive information due to your conditioning you instantly make an assumption or place a judgement on the information. Once that happens your mind classifies the information as good, scary, bad, right, wrong, wonderful, etc. If you are constantly seeing each bit of information you run into as fearful then you have nothing but scared, fearful thoughts being dumped into your mind and thus also creating agitated tissue in your body. This is now affecting you on the physical level. Chinese medicine seeks to understand and explains how certain areas of our body are affected by certain negative self talk.

Cope with anxiety
Cope with anxiety

Anxiety evokes the same “fight or flight” responses that also stress does. Much like stress, anxiety triggers a large flood of stress hormones (cortisol) which is designed to enhance a persons speed, their reflexes, increase their heart rate, and circulation. The difference however is that stress is brought on by feelings of sadness, frustration, anger, fear, etc.

Anxiety almost always is related to a sense of false fear. Also impending doom and apprehension. It involves a sense of fear, dread, or apprehension. Stress more than often is an internal process brought on by our thoughts and our perception of how we are interpreting this world and the information in it.

Very brief anxiety may occur with and event that is isolated such as public speaking. An anxiety disorder however persists months with no real clear reason as to why. Without the exact causes even being known, the brain is always actively involved.

Once you receive information due to your conditioning you instantly make an assumption or place a judgement on the information. Once that happens your mind classifies the information as good, scary, bad, right, wrong, wonderful, etc. If you are constantly seeing each bit of information you run into as fearful then you have nothing but scared, fearful thoughts being dumped into your mind and thus also creating agitated tissue in your body. This is now affecting you on the physical level. Chinese medicine seeks to understand and explains how certain areas of our body are affected by certain negative self talk.

Cope With Anxiety

Seeking Help

Why not start now even if you are scared to get out and seek help? All it takes is a phone call to change your entire life. Together we will explore those thoughts and negative thinking that are keeping you from the life you are intended to live.

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