How To Manage Worry & Anxiety

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“Depression doesn’t take away your talents—it just makes them harder to find. But I always find it.


I learned that my sadness never destroyed what was great about me.


You just have to go back to that greatness, find that one little light that’s left.” Lady Gaga

All of us get worried about things from time to time. In fact, this is perfectly natural, and it’s just one of those things that we all have to deal with. But some people do obviously have more trouble with this than others, and if you happen to find that you have a lot of problems with it then the good news is there are plenty of things you can do about it.

In this post, we are going to discuss some of the best ways to try and manage your worry and anxiety levels. And hopefully, some of these suggestions will help you in time, to worry a little less each day.

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Prepare For Emergencies – But Not Too Much

If you find yourself worrying about terrible things happening in the future, then you might find that preparing for them to some degree is actually going to help you be less worried on the whole. 

Of course, you don’t want to take this too far, otherwise you might simply worry even more. But if you have worked out a general plan for what you might do in certain circumstances, you will probably find that it helps somewhat in making you feel better.

There are emergencies that can arise, of course, so although you should aim not to assume they are going to happen, being somewhat prepared for them might be a good move. That could mean getting yourself prepared, getting your family on board, or even emergency planning for pets if you have any.

Anything you can do to feel more ready for those events, you should consider. But overall, you need to aim not to plan and prepare too much, and try to relax around those unlikely scenarios a little. That is best in the long run for your mental health.

Understanding Fear

As well as dealing with specific things that worry you or make you afraid, you can also tackle this problem by looking at fear itself, and trying to get to the bottom of what makes fear tick and what you can do to improve it. The more that you understand fear, the more of a strong position you are in with regard to your own fear, so it really is something that is worth looking into.

Actually, once you start researching this, it becomes clear that fear is all about losing control, and that is something that most of us don’t want to do. If you are finding yourself doing that, it could mean that you are worried about not having control. The goal then would be to try and relinquish your need for control.

Although that can seem impossible, it is perfectly doable as long as you work at it, so make sure that you are thinking about that if you want to truly overcome your worry and anxiety overall. You’ll find that understanding fear can help you to work with it in a better way most of the time.

Get Help For Your Anxiety

If you have particular trouble with anxiety, then you might want to seek out some professional help for that. A lot of people find that they need this, and there is no shame in seeking it out. In fact, it will be the best thing you can do for yourself if you think you might have trouble in this way.

Perhaps you have already been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, or you feel you might have one but you are not certain. A mental health professional could help you with that, so it’s something that you are going to want to think about seeking out.

A lot of people find that once they start asking for help in this way, things improve straight away. However, you need to stick with it in order to really get everything you can out of it, and you might find that there is more under the surface than you at first thought. With perseverance, things should improve over time.

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Look After Your Body & Mind

As with anything, you are going to have a much easier time of feeling better about anxiety and fear if you are taking care of your body and your mind.

That means doing all you can to exercise right, eat well, and get a lot of sleep. If you can do things like that you will find that managing your worry levels is a much easier thing to do, so it’s all about putting in the initial effort to these kinds of things.

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