Posts tagged anxiety
How To Defeat Packing Anxiety

Packing anxiety is real and the stress levels can be high for anyone planning to hit the road or take a flight or two. It is characterized by putting off the act of packing luggage until the night before of departure. At last minute, the individual is left scatter looking for items to stow and shove into an already full suitcase. Here are five tips to get you overcome the anxiety so you can enjoy a well-deserve Spring sabbatical.

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v i d e o | Anxiety and How To Just Deal: 5 Simple Natural Practices You Can Do

Let’s face it, everyday anxiety affects us all and it should be no surprise that it affects millions of Americans across the nation. From dealing with the stresses from work, school and home, it can leave one feeling overwhelmed with worry and excessive overthinking tendencies. In this video, I share 5 simple natural practices you can do to encourage a calmer state of mind amidst an anxious episode.

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Bite Your Way Out of Anxiety With These Calming Foods

The gut to brain connection is so important that research is looking into how the two interrelate. It should be no surprise by now that the foods we eat directly affect how we think. There is concrete evidence to support that the even the slightest irritation in the digestive tract can send alert signals to the central nervous to trigger a mood change. Why not use foods as an arsenal to combat mental weariness? In this post, we will take a look on how to fight anxiety eating foods that produce tranquility.

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Say Buh Bye to Holiday Anxiety

The holidays always marks a time for celebration, good cheers, happy traditions with family and friends; but the days leading up to such celebratory activities can be stressful and encourage intense anxiety. For some people, the act of attending parties like work holiday dinners can be just as terrifying especially for those suffering with social anxiety disorders. There are natural ways to cope and in this post, I share some methods to ease some of your holiday troubles.

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Beat the Winter Blues Naturally in 7 Steps

Our moods responds to nature. If it is warm and sunny outside, we are likely to feel cheerful and social. On the opposite end of the spectrum, if there’s an autumnal overcast, we are likely to slow down and become introspective. But if you or someone you know gets down or depressed during winter but feels better in the spring, you or that someone may suffer with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). You are not alone! If you’re feeling the blues are little more than usual this year, here are seven natural ways to help lift your spirits.

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5 Approaches To Halt a Panic Attack

Imagine this: you are at work and your heart is racing as you look at the clock. Your shift is almost coming to an end but so is the project’s deadline. Your palms begin to sweat, you can’t focus and you’re dizzy. You may be experiencing a panic attack. Read this post for some tips to consider so you don’t feel fall victim to the madness!

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