One of the most common mood disorders worldwide that people deal with is anxiety. Anxiety can affect you, whether you’re a stay-at-home, busy young professional, or a senior living out their golden years. While it’s tempting to run straight to a psychiatrist and get prescribed pharmaceuticals that will instantly take your worries away, there are natural methods that could work just as well for you – not to mention are non-addictive. Self-help tips to beat anxiety abound online and from well-meaning loved ones worth heading. At the same time, if your anxiety is affecting you on a daily basis, it’s worth adding supplements that have been shown to reduce anxiety to help get you over the hump. Let’s look at these supplements and how they can help you. [Read more…] about 5 Supplements That May Help Your Anxiety
It’s not easy to find strength in normal situations, more so during these tough times. It’s been two years since we got hit with COVID, and it may seem nothing’s getting better. This guided meditation takes only 15 minutes and will help you find the strength you need, as well as ground yourself to establish a stable foundation.[Read more…] about Take 15 Minutes to Find Strength and Ground Yourself [VIDEO]
Sleep anxiety refers to the nervous thought patterns some people go through at night. These thoughts often turn into a vicious cycle, keeping you uneasy at night, stressed in the morning, and worried about bedtime every evening.[Read more…] about Everything You Need to Know About Sleep Anxiety
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We all have off days where nothing seems to go right and it’s a struggle to keep negative thinking at bay. It can be tempting to resort to creative comforts like chocolate or a glass of wine at the end of a bad day, to make us feel better. Instead, let’s look at some quick and easy ways to lift your spirits and give yourself a feel-good boost – without resorting to unhealthy habits.
I’ve written several times on the Daily Mind about how I find it a constant challenge to maintain a positive outlook and keep negativity at bay. There are several tools I use in my daily quest to remain upbeat, and one of my favourites is visualization. Over the years I’ve learnt that visualization can be a powerful weapon in keeping stress and depression in check whilst training your mind to become more focused on the positive aspects of life. In this blog post, I’m going to share some of my favourite visualization exercises for aiding relaxation, beating anxiety and boosting self-confidence.[Read more…] about The Power of Visualization
Tracking the source of anxiety can be an incredibly frustrating process. Sometimes, those intrusive thoughts and feelings creep in even when we have nothing to worry about.[Read more…] about How Hormones May Be The Source of Your Anxiety