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Exercising & Anxiety

Why Exercising can help anxiety? When we exercise our body releases endorphins which are hormones that make us naturally feel good. Exercise also increases our body temperature which can have a calming effect. You are not expected to do a marathon or a gym class but a little something EVERY day. Maybe a walk or […]

What Can I do about my anxiety and symptoms now?

Breathe, if your Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide levels aren’t balanced you can feel dizzy, light headed, anxious and like you can’t catch your breath. http://www.nopanic.org.uk/panic-attack/ Relax, do a relaxation technique to take the edge off your feelings. http://www.nopanic.org.uk/relaxation-technique/ Can’t Sleep? A physical relaxation technique will tired your body out. You do that enough and you […]

Change Your Life Today!

Hearing a lot of people saying they are fed up with the way anxiety is taking over their lives. Well, now is the time to change your life, rid yourself of anxiety and make the changes you want in your life. It will not happen over night but with perseverance and a positive mind you […]

Sleep & Anxiety

Studies have shown that lack of sleep can be one of the main contributors to anxiety problems. When we are tired our brains are unable to function correctly, our attention span drops, as does our concentration. Reasoning becomes more difficult and our memory suffers. Sleep deprivation will also lead to lack of energy and eventually […]

Anxiety and Winter

As the days get shorter, some people tend to find their anxiety heightens. Research has proven that this is due to light sensitivity. Which makes sense as there are less daylight hours as we move through Autumn into Winter.  So if you are someone that feels more anxious or down as the year passes by, […]

Making a List

If you’re feeling anxious by thinking of all there is to be done, stop thinking about it so much and start working on it. Write a list in order of priority, then be firm and stick at the first one until it’s done. When completed, put a huge, red tick next to it. Now move […]