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Reduce Anxiety With These 5 Techniques For Everyday Success

Reduce Anxiety 5 techniques everyday success

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Stress and anxiety can be debilitating, it often leads to a withdrawal from society and living in a place of unfounded fear, it is, therefore, a logical conclusion that we need to do everything within our power to reduce anxiety.


How To Actively Reduce Stress

Stress is brought on by modern life, traffic, constant work deadlines and even a tense home environment. It has been found that exposure to stress early on in life may cause an increased vulnerability to stress and anxiety in later life. Perhaps it may even open the door to being a predisposition of not being able to process and cope with ongoing stress.


Scientists have now shown that there is a definite molecular, cellular and structural difference in the brain of someone with an anxiety disorder as opposed to those without? Sadly, however, anxiety is often misunderstood as it has no visible physical symptoms.


5 Ways To Treat And Reduce Anxiety:


1. Meditate

Meditation has been shown to benefit by reducing stress and anxiety, whilst improving concentration and productivity. The long-term benefits of meditation include the improving of brain Gyrification a process of the folding of brain tissue, this allows the brain to process information more efficiently.


2. Exercise

Physical activity releases your Endorphins or happy hormones, leaving you in a better mood. Exercise improves your energy levels and overall health and wellbeing.


3. Calming Music

When listening to calming music the brain can release a chemical called Dopamine, which makes us feel both happy and relaxed. Studies have also found that certain types of relaxing music can improve memory function.


4. Brain Training

Brain training is a process which makes use of neurofeedback technology, by studying the brain and how it functions we are able to see areas of concern. The detailed data received from the brain mapping session will reveal areas of the brain which need to be exercised either via visual, sound or alternative means. Brain Training has been proven to be highly effective in treating both stress, anxiety and the adverse effects of them such as brain fog, memory loss, and emotional instability.


5. Keep A journal

By writing down the day’s events, you can reflect on what were stressors in your day. The ability to see what triggers your anxiety and any patterns in your behaviours will better equip you to manage your stress and anxiety.


Do not become a captive to anxiety, but rather chose to tackle it head on.

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