Here Are Some Ways To Help
Anxiety is your bodies natural response to stress. If we listen, our bodies can tell us a lot and actually do lead us back on track - if we take the time to listen. At some stage or another everyone has, or will experience some degree of anxiety. Anxiety is quiet common (along with depression) however, there are simple ways to help manage and calm your anxiety before it starts taking a heavy hold.
Take some quiet time for self reflection
It is important to reflect on what triggers you yourself hold. It is quiet common to have anxiety about a new job or public speaking although taking the time to identify what your triggers are, help you to be one step closer with coping with them.
Question your thought pattern
Negative thinking can be extremely consuming and can become a big dark rabbit hole. Become aware that you are in fact, not your thoughts, and, you are in charge of bringing the distortion which negative thoughts can have, back into perspective.
Stop giving yourself a hard time
Nobody is perfect. Second guessing yourself and feeling constantly unsure means you need to lighten up on yourself. Be true to you and your inner feeling, we all have the answers we seek within us - Trust, and treat yourself as if you were someone you loved.
Go for a walk or go out in nature
Practice changing your surroundings to help to re-energise, refocus and re-align. Meditate, stretch or use yoga techniques to focus on your breath and quieten your mind. Take pleasure and wonder in the world around you and your bodies natural ability to re-align.
Keep a daily gratitude journal, start with a small number and see how you go. This is a great thing to put what's important into perspective and warm the heart and mind towards the goodness in daily life.
Treat and nourish yourself
Whether it's a monthly massage, routines of cups of tea, lighting candles or incense, aromatherapy, positive and calming music, exercise, yoga - find what calms you and revitalises your spirit an schedule time for this regularly.
This seems obvious although you would be surprised of how big an impact diet can have to your emotional state, so closely linked to physical. No-body can have enough fruit and vegetables, and these, should out-way carbs and meat and dairy (if any) which you consume by a long shot. Eliminating as much processed foods as possible is also key, natural and raw is always best.