Entries tagged with “Anxiety Collection”
This one simple strategy can help you significantly reduce your anxiety and stress.
The sound energy of white noise is the same across the entire spectrum. Learn how this handy shock-absorber can relieve anxiety and improve sleep.
Difficult emotions are there for a reason. There is one cure for toxic positivity.
Worry creates a sense of powerlessness that fuels sensations of fear and anxiety. The more empowered we feel—the more we sense that whatever happens, we can successfully handle—the less necessary worrying becomes.
A path to keep anxiety from controlling your life.
Understanding the link between sedentary behavior and anxiety can help us come up with strategies for lifestyle changes.
In scents, oils, and creams it’s a resounding “yes!” for lavender as a safe and effective anxiety reliever. Interest in its benefits as an oral supplement is also growing fast.
Useful tips to prevent insomnia due to anxiety.
Two ways to access calm strength within ourselves.
Stuck in a rut—or a loop? “Thoughts we’ve had thousands of times are easier to have again than new, creative thoughts. ... So what are we to do about our loops getting stronger with every repetition?”
Anxiety is a crisis of confidence.
The world doesn’t stop being confusing and cruel just because we decide to think positively. When anxiety has you gripping the sheets, ask yourself these questions to redirect.
5 steps to prevent excessive worrying.
"If only they knew: For us, fear is not a choice. A little fear is necessary for survival: Ask any gazelle. But too much fear can be as crippling as too little."
People who struggle to deal with uncertainty may in fact may have an unusually large striatum.
A psychology professor argues that worrying is actually good for the mind and body.
Meera Lee Patel’s latest journal, Create Your Own Calm, is publishing as anxiety levels across the world are rising dramatically. Patel shared her creative process and personal journaling practice with S&H.