How to cope with anxiety
It is possible without antidepressant!
Feeling anxious at times is normal and important. It is a natural activation of organism to solve a certain problem or sutation. Such concerns will cease once the situation is resolved.
However, when it comes to lingering concerns, they lose their activating effect. “What if” questions and fear of the worst case scenario turn a carousel of negative thoughts and persistent anxiety. Anxiety then disrupts your normal functioning during the day and disrupts sleeping at night.
How do you know it’s anxiety?
You will find you suffer from anxiety according to symptoms as follows:
01. You feel constant worries
02.Your mind is busy with a carousel of thoughts, you have a hard time concentrating on the important
03. You are troubled by inner restlessness and tension
04. You suffer from insomnia
05. Your muscles are constantly tense
06. Your heart is pounding
07. You suffer from chest, head and back pain
08. You experience frequent digestive problems …
Try these when you’re feeling anxious or stressed:
Take a time-out. Stepping back from the problem helps clear your head.
Practice yoga, meditate, get a massage, or learn relaxation techniques.
Start well-balanced diet. Prepare energy-boosting snacks to be raedy for immediate use.
Limit alcohol and caffeine. Both can aggravate anxiety and trigger panic attacks!
Get enough sleep, because when your body is stressed, it needs additional sleep and rest.
Take deep breaths. Inhale and exhale slowly.
Accept that you cannot control everything.
You do not need to be perfect. Try your best without stressing yourself.
Look for humor and the opportunity to laugh.
Replace negative thoughts with positive ones.
Learn what triggers your anxiety and try to avoid it.
Tell your family or friends you’re feeling overwhelmed. Do not be afraid to ask them for help.
Add natural serotonin boosters to your diet!
When to seek the help of a specialist
Talk to your doctor if:
Your worries and anxieties are out of control.
Your problems are long-term (6 months or more).
Your problems do not improve even after a month or two of treatment.
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Serotonin is a neurotransmitter, a hormon produces by the organism. It can modulate mood, cognition, reward, learning, memory, and numerous other physiological processes such as vomiting.
Eating food that contain the essential amino acid tryptophan can help the body to produce more serotonin and to cope with anxiety.
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