5 Quick Ways for Less Anxiety

How do you react when your plans fall apart? Do you face difficulties? Or perhaps anxiety prevents you from enjoying life? Anxiety is something many people face at some point in their lives. Here are 5 things that will help you keep your anxiety under control:

Sleep more: It is very common in our society to live with less than 6 hours of sleep a night. However, experts recommend 6-8 hours of sleep each night. Not just to rest our bodies, but also to rejuvenate our minds. Sleep is the time when our body not only rests, but heals.

Turn off screens: The convenience that mobile phones have added to our lives can actually be a double-edged sword. We depend on them so much that it seems we can’t live without them. Our mind is constantly loaded with news, social media, emails, etc., that it is almost impossible for us to calm down. Put your phone down and shut off all screens for at least 30 minutes before you sleep.

Take breaks: It doesn’t have to be a fancy vacation resort. A day at the beach, or an afternoon in the park will suffice. Simply anywhere you can be without thinking about bills, work, or any tensions you might have. It’s important to dedicate time to yourself, so do it! You can’t give what you don’t have.

Take deep breaths: Deep breaths can help relax and reduce anxiety. Try breathing deeply through your nose, holding your breath for a few seconds, and then slowly exhaling through your mouth. Repeat this process for a few minutes.

Exercise: Physical exercise is a great way to deal with anxiety. During exercise, the initial stress and tension are removed from your body and endorphins are released, natural substances that improve your mood and give you a sense of well-being. Try aerobic exercise such as walking, running, swimming, dancing, or any other activity that pleases you.

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