eBook-How to Win Your War Against Anxiety Disorders?
Tips And Tricks For Relieving Anxiety...Fast!
Everyone feels anxious sometimes. Whether work is getting to us or we're simply having hard
time managing all that we have to do, we can feel overwhelmed and worried that we might not
be able to manage it all.
When these feelings hit, we don't have to suffer.
By taking some simple steps, you can begin to create a calmer attitude, one that not only helps
you feel better, but one that allows you the chance to make better decisions about what you
need to do next.
The more time you take to allow yourself to feel calm, the more natural serenity will become –
as opposed to being stressed out all the time.
Reducing anxiety in your life doesn't mean quitting your job or not helping others in your life,
either. Instead of avoiding stress, you simply need to learn productive ways to manage it.
And less stress also adds up to better health:
Lower blood pressure
Stronger immune system
Fewer sick days
You owe it to yourself and to others to manage your anxiety when it hits you.
And here are the tools that will help you
While we all breathe, most of us are breathing less effectively than we could.
When we are stressed out, we are far more likely to take shallow breaths with each inhalation.
This is because our chests tighten up with shoulder tension and muscular tension, causing our
breathing to be altered when we are feeling anxiety.
For some, this is an everyday occurrence, so they don't even notice it. But what is happening is
that their bodies aren't getting enough oxygen.
And since you do need oxygen to live, this is a problem for your stress levels.
When your body isn't functioning at its highest capacity, and that's what happens when your
cells don't get enough oxygen, you are prone to physical symptoms when under stress.
You might feel fatigued, unable to concentrate, and you will notice that you simply don't feel
Instead of letting stress take over, you will want to try this breathing exercise.
Whenever you feel like things are getting a little too difficult, stop for a moment and close your
eyes. Take a deep breath in, so large that your stomach begins to expand as you breathe in.
Hold this breath for four seconds and then exhale for the same number of seconds.
When you breathe out all of your air, don't breathe in again immediately, wait a few seconds
and then breathe in.
Repeat this as often as possible to help your body get enough oxygen and release muscular
tension that can make you feel even more anxious.
You are also clearing out any stale air in your lungs, allowing your body to feel energized and