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Protecting yourself from anxiety attacks

Author: Jack Strominger

Everyone deals with some anxiety in their lives. This is normal. A small amount of anxiety can be good. It keeps people on their toes. When the anxiety begins to control their every thought there is a problem that requires help.

There is some anxiety in every life and can be due to a million different reasons. But normal anxiety is not the concern. The concerns starts when the anxiety controls your life instead of you controlling the anxiety.

If anxiety is getting rephresh pro-b in the way of living your life the way you want to. When you spend a large amount of your day worrying, it is time to look for help. You are not alone in having this problem, and there are proven methods of managing and reducing anxiety

* Those things that you have no control over - let them go! Worrying over what the weather is going to be like on the weekend, when it is only Monday gets in the way of the other days of the week. If you have plans for the weekend and it might rain - have an alternate plan and then - let it go!

* No negative thinking. But we all do it, we think of the bad in everything and you must learn to stop doing that. There is too much good in life - so think about that and let the bad go.

* Let yourself relax. In today's world, people are always on the go. Allow yourself time to relax and unwind. This will make you less stressed and take away the anxiety in your life. Take up yoga or learn to meditate.

* Make sure your worries are realistic. We all worry about things that are beyond our control. If you spend all of your time worrying about when you are going to die, you will let life pass you by. We are all going to die sometime. There is nothing to stop it. Do not let worries like this consume you.

* If there is nothing you can do to control the worrying, there are many medications that the doctor can prescribe you. Sometimes too many things happen at the same time and anxiety is more than a person can handle. At these times, there is not anything wrong with getting some help with medication.

* Exercise is a great way of promoting mental health and reducing activity. Getting active helps your muscles to relax, increases blood and oxygen flow to the brain, and stimulates production of endorphins which create "natural high". Regular exercise over time can improve your health and promote a positive attitude.

* Herbs and Vitamins are a great anxiety reducer and they are natural which is becoming more important to most people. So if you don't like taking prescription medications - go the natural route. But if you are taking any prescription, do check with your doctor before add any herbs to your routine.

* Share your problems with your partner, friends or family. Talking about your worries will make them feel less overwhelming. Also, there are a range of telephone and face-to-face counselling services available that have experience in helping people exactly like yourself.|* Talk about your problems. Keeping anxieties bottled up will only lead to trouble. Tell someone about the feelings you are having. If you do not have a friend or family member you feel comfortable talking to, maybe consider talking to a professional.|* Talk - talk about your problems because keeping problems inside will only lead to anxiety. Talk to a friend or a family member - anyone you feel comfortable talking to. You might also consider a professional therapist also.[/spin]

Whichever method you choose for coping with anxiety, your body and mind will thank you. Keeping the anxiety bottled up can lead to long-term problems. It can also make the anxiety much worse than it needs to be. Remember to accept what you can change and let go of what you cannot.

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