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Are you feeling anxious? Do you find yourself worrying all the time? If so, this 7 Good Minutes episode is for you. We'll be discussing natural ways to decrease anxiety and help you feel more at ease. So, if you're ready to start feeling better, listen now!
We’ve all felt it at some point or another – that heart-pounding, stomach-turning, head-spinning sensation of anxiety. While a certain amount of anxiety can be normal and even healthy, too much anxiety can interfere with our daily lives. If you find yourself struggling to manage anxiety, you’re not alone.
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 40 million adults in the United States suffer from some form of anxiety.
While there are many ways to treat anxiety, some people prefer to try natural methods first. If you’re looking for ways to decrease anxiety without medication, give these tips a try.
1. Get moving.
Exercise is a great way to release tension and improve your mood. When you get your heart rate up and break a sweat, your body releases endorphins, which have mood-boosting properties. Just 30 minutes of exercise three to five times per week can make a big difference in how you feel.
2. Consider supplements.
There are a number of supplements that have been shown to be effective in reducing anxiety. omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, probiotics, and ashwagandha are all worth trying. Be sure to talk with your doctor before taking any supplements, as they may interact with the medications you’re taking or have other side effects.
3. Limit caffeine intake.
Caffeine is a stimulant that can aggravate anxiety symptoms like nervousness and jitters. If you find that you’re susceptive to the effects of caffeine, limit your intake or switch to decaffeinated options altogether.
4. Connect with loved ones.
Spending time with loved ones can help reduce stress and promote positive emotions like happiness and love. Whether you opt for a virtual hangout or a socially distanced walk in the park, quality time with those you care about is sure to give your mood a boost.
5. Practice relaxation techniques.
There are many different relaxation techniques that can help decrease anxiety symptoms. Some people find deep breathing exercises helpful, while others prefer progressive muscle relaxation or guided meditation. Experiment with different techniques until you find one that works for you.
Living with anxiety can be tough, but there are things you can do to manage it. If you’re looking for natural ways to decrease anxiety, give these tips a try. From regular exercise to spending time with loved ones, there are many things you can do to ease your anxiety symptoms.
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Julia Holds an MA in Counselling Psychology and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor.
From the moment Julia Kristina learned that there was such thing as a job where one could help another human being grow, heal and make changes that would transform their lives, and thus the lives of generations to come, she knew she had to do whatever it took to become a therapist.
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