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Four Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety

In a perfect world, everyone feels happy and never has stress or anxiety. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? While some people do live a relatively stress-free life and never let things get under their skin, most of us are the opposite. In between work, family and possibly even just existing, it’s not uncommon to feel stressed. And while low levels of stress can actually be good for you, living under relentless anxiety and stress isn’t. Here are four ways to feel more Zen every day.

Learn Meditation

Learning how to meditate is one of the best ways to ease your mind and reduce feelings of anxiety. The key is understanding the process and how it can positively affect your outlook. It’s also important to note that you don’t have to master meditation the first time you try. In fact, it might take some time before you get the hang of it. To get started, choose a time when you won’t be interrupted. Once comfortable, choose an object to focus on. It can be anything that makes you feel happy, like a photograph of someone you love. Close your eyes and picture all your worries slowly leaving your body. It’s up to you whether you choose a mantra to chant while meditating.

Try Hypnosis

When you hear the word hypnosis, you might envision someone swinging a pendulum until you lull off into a trance only to then be brainwashed into doing whatever they say. While that may happen in your favorite novel, there are things you need to know because that’s not really how hypnosis works. Hypnosis can help you feel more relaxed by having you focus your attention away from your troubles and more on yourself in that moment. Gentle coercion by an experienced hypnotist can teach you ways to practice on your own alone and produce the same feeling of calmness.

Use Vaporizers

Whether it’s nicotine or marijuana, most people usually indulge for pleasure. Others, might because of high stress levels, which can lead to overwhelming anxiety. If you currently vape, you might also want to try using a vaporizer. Most units are portable and offer a cleaner experience even compared with smoking or vaping. You can also use it for other types of herbs as well. You can try mint, kanna, basil and even coffee. All have properties, which offer their own distinct benefit. Kanna can produce a feeling of euphoria while mint helps you feel more subdued and tranquil. Aloe Vera has anti-inflammatory properties, which can reduce the ill-effects of systemic inflammation caused by medical conditions. The choice of herbs is completely up to you, so don’t be afraid to try several out.

Exercise More Often

When you’re feeling low, breaking a sweat is probably the last thing on your mind. However, this is the perfect time to exercise and clear your head. Anxiety and stress steak your energy, so once you get moving, feel-good endorphins can make you feel better and less stressed. You might even find the solution you’re looking for simply by taking a walk.


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