Entries tagged with “Anxiety Collection”
Having a hard time meditating because of anxious thoughts? Try saying your worries out loud.
Our ability to stay with one topic is constantly in jeopardy, sometimes due to factors that we can control and sometimes to those we cannot.
The only thing I know for sure is that I deserve this.
Creating balance in your gut can help to alleviate your anxiety.
3 steps to warding off rising panic.
Here are eight tips for sincerely supporting a loved one who is struggling with mental health, plus seven additional tips for supporting those with suicidal thoughts.
For every outward symptom you can see from anxiety, there are even more complex processes happening inside your brain.
Anxious? Have you tried hypnotism? Hypnotherapist David R. Wright uses hypnotherapy for anxiety relief by tapping into the subconscious and diminishing anxious triggers.
A new study examines how different practices benefit people who worry a lot.
Uma Naidoo, author of This Is Your Brain on Food, explores how the foods we eat may be driving up our anxiety.
Unlock the key to lessening fear and embracing gratitude and aliveness.
The first in three-part meditation series inspired by Ayurveda.
Do you have daily anxiety? Welcome to being human. “... It would be great, because anxiety is a part of every day, if laughter could be too.”
Familiar with debilitating anxiety? Find natural relief.
Whether you prefer a visual, auditory, or somatic approach, open awareness involves expanding your awareness and then intentionally observing everything inside it.
Stress can make getting to sleep at night a very real challenge.
Studies show that picking a time and a place to fret reduces anxiety. Try this postponement exercise to manage your worry time.
Anxious? Approaching the problem with self-compassion and mindfulness may help. Discover more about spirituality and anxiety.
Stress can alter the digestive system, not just the mind and spirit.
This one simple strategy can help you significantly reduce your anxiety and stress.