There are many self help techniques for anxiety disorder. While psychologists and prescription drugs can help to some extent, most people that have really recovered from Anxiety Disorders have helped themselves.
Ultimately a lot of the stress around suffering from anxiety can come down to Facing Fear and Anxiety of the Unknown. It is important to learn to be able to embrace changes and except new beginnings, as that is a key aspect of life.
In our lives we can often feel like we lack control and that can in itself cause us anxiety. Those around us sometimes try to exert pressure on us to make us do what they want us to do. Learning to say NO can free you from some of this turmoil, and people will quickly learn to respect your opinions and space.
Getting Over Anxiety can take various forms. For some people it’s all about what’s going on now, but for others the problems possibly lie in the past, or at least can be accessed by accessing parts of you that developed during childhood. Speaking to the Inner Child can be helpful in this.
Anxiety and Guilt are often linked and it is important to learn how to forgive yourself and be a fair judge if yourself. It is often wise to look at how you would judge others that had done what you have done. Often, you are much harder on yourself!
Boosting Confidence and the link between Anxiety and Motivation are both important. Confidence in your social and physical abilities is often the first casualty when anxiety strikes.
Physical and mental relaxation are essential. You can get everything off your chest by writing it down. Blog to Relaxation and Morning Pages can help you to release the thoughts whizzing round your head.
When it comes to sleep that mental relaxation will pay off, so will this Sleep Technique that further relaxes the mind and helps your drift off.
I hope some of these tips help you. If you have any more or tips or comments please share them using the comment space below