11 Powerful Ways to Overcome Fear and Anxiety

One of the curses of being able to think and reason is the ability to feel fear and anxiety, even when neither are warranted. Fear and anxiety can serve as helpful cues that there may be a situation that deserves caution, but after this is accomplished, they actually cause more harm than good. You create … Continue reading 11 Powerful Ways to Overcome Fear and Anxiety

Lets Talk Mindfulness

It’s a busy world. You fold the laundry while keeping one eye on the kids and another on the television. You plan your day while listening to the radio and commuting to work, and then plan your weekend. But in the rush to accomplish necessary tasks, you may find yourself losing your connection with the … Continue reading Lets Talk Mindfulness

Beware of Relaxation Induced Anxiety and Know How to Spot It

Have you ever tried calming down but instead of calming calming down you just feel more anxious? You have plenty of company. Research suggests that about 15% of the population is prone to relaxation induced anxiety, even though anyone may feel these effects under certain conditions. Relaxation induced anxiety is what happens when your efforts … Continue reading Beware of Relaxation Induced Anxiety and Know How to Spot It

Can I Free Myself from Anxiety

Anxiety and worry can take over our life if we allow it to. Whether we like it or not, constant stress and worry can physically make us sick. The good news through my experience of dealing with my own anxiety I have found there are ways to help alleviate anxiety.

The first step is to figure out exactly what you're stressing about. Is it something you can change? Is it something you have no control over? By determining the root of your anxiety, you can better understand how you can overcome it.

6 Tricks to Stop Anxious Thoughts In Their Tracks

You wake up in the early hours with your heart racing. You have a pit in your stomach. You feel restless, light-headed, and hot. Your mind starts to race, and before you know it, you’re worrying about the list of things that need to be done, a upcoming meeting or an event you are going to. Though mind and body reactions may vary, these symptoms are often an indication of anxiety.