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Anxiety Reduction

Did you know that 31 percent of adults will experience an anxiety disorder during their lives? And that rates of anxiety among the general population have tripled in the last two years?

Even before COVID-19, mental health issues were becoming more prevalent. Now, a mental health crisis is unfolding alongside a global pandemic.

There is some good news, though. Despite being often ignored, anxiety disorders are very treatable. There are numerous proven anxiety reduction methods.

Continue reading to learn some excellent ways you can deal with anxiety.

Proven Anxiety Reduction Methods

It's a good idea to visit a mental health specialist if you have severe anxiety, but there's plenty that you can try yourself. Some of these tips may seem simple, but they can be incredibly effective if applied to your life.

Do Some Exercise

Exercising can help reduce anxiety in several ways. It lowers your body's stress hormones, while also releasing endorphins which boost your mood. Through working out, your mental clarity and concentration levels will improve.

Anxiety can often cause sleep problems, but exercising has been found to improve your sleep quality. On top of all that, you will enjoy greater self-confidence.

Consider signing up for your local gym, or take a look at the infinite number of home workout videos online. Walking and jogging are considered great ways to relieve stress. Find any exercise routine you enjoy and try to make it a regular habit.

Candles and Aromatherapy

Lighting a scented candle can be very soothing. And there is a growing body of research that suggests certain essential oils can help reduce anxiety and improve sleep. We recommend simple scents such as lavender, chamomile, sandalwood, and rose.

Change Your Diet

If you're a coffee enthusiast, consider reducing your caffeine intake. That's because caffeine can make your anxiety worse, or even trigger an anxiety attack. Drinking alcohol and eating junk food may help temporarily with anxiety, but your mental and physical health will suffer in the long run.

There is a deep connection between your mental and physical health, so try to choose the healthier option when you eat. Herbal teas can be soothing, and there are also plenty of anxiety supplements on the market, such as ashwagandha and valerian root.

Explore Mindfulness

The mindfulness trend has exploded in the West, with incredible numbers of people experiencing the benefits for themselves. With practice, you can train yourself to observe anxious thoughts when they arise. And in time, anxious thoughts will lose their strength, and you'll enjoy a much greater sense of peace.

Breathing exercises, yoga, and meditation can be beneficial for people who suffer from anxiety. There is tons of free content out there if you wish to be guided.

And if you enjoy music, you can also consider exploring sound medicine for anxiety. Sound therapy is a beautiful way to relieve stress and become absorbed into a meditative state.

Find Out What Works for You

Suffering from anxiety can be overwhelming, but these anxiety reduction methods have been proven to help. Give these simple tips a chance and see what works for you.

Exercising or practicing mindfulness regularly will provide stress relief by moving your mind away from the source of your anxiety.

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