In my opinion, overuse of the word “anxiety” in modern day parlance is leading to a general apathy towards, and misunderstanding of, folks who actually suffer an anxiety disorder.
Everyone feels anxious now and then – it’s a common human emotion.
Anxiety disorders are very different.
Debilitating fear, relentless worrying, feelings of overwhelm and loss of control, panic attacks, exhaustion – these are all obstacles that folks who suffer anxiety disorders have to overcome.
Wow, that’s super-easy to say. But surely it’s not that simple?
Yes it is.YOUR thoughts are why anxiety happens, however those thoughts originated.
And you’re disempowering yourself by allowing these thoughts to persuade you...
What if you could access instant calm whenever you needed it?
Let me introduce you to a process called “anchoring” from the Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) modality that allows you to do just that, simply by feeling and smelling an object…
I want to introduce you to some other daily practices to help you continue to re-train your brain so that the calm, powerful, REAL you is in control of your thoughts, not the reverse.
And so to answer the question "Will mindfulness help my anxiety?" - here are 3 tools that you can use – try any or all of them in whatever order you see fit!Get The Exercises!
In this article, we’re going to talk about being PRO-ACTIVE in owning your day from start to finish, rather then being REACTIVE to negative elements like anxiety during it.
I want to set you up to FEEL AWESOME every, single day. And that starts before you even open your eyes.
I exercise because it gives me an enormous sense of both well-being and achievement.
My being feels “lighter”, my mood lifted, after exercise – whether that be a couple sets of press-ups, a vigorous 10 minute walk, a long road-bike ride, or simply hitting a punching bag for 30 seconds.
Maintaining your mental well-being is daily work, and can’t be resolved simply by swallowing a pill.
But the other stuff you swallow may well help, BIG-TIME.
Join this FREE 8-day course which will help alleviate the symptoms IN THE MOMENT, but also to engender an ONGOING state of calm, peaceful empowerment in you.
There are tools to combat anxiety at the point at which it happens – instant anxiety relief – as well as exercises to go deeper...Click Here To Learn More