How To Quickly Eliminate Your Anxiety In Just 7 Steps
"How do I stop being so anxious all the time?"
"I feel ashamed that I cause so much anxietial stress upon myself and others."
"What's the first step to lowering my anxiety level?"
"I need to stop my anxiety attacks NOW."
When you feel anxious or nervous, do you struggle to get even the simplest of tasks accomplished?
Are you so consumed that your life seems to stop completely?
Anxiety, left untreated, will seriously impede both your mental and physical health.
I’m here to help you eliminate your anxiety.
Learning to control anxiety is one of the best things you can do for your well-being.
Follow this 7-step process and put yourself back in charge.
Start a Worry List.
Get a spiral notebook specifically for your Worry List. When you start to feel anxious about something, write it down on your list. Doing so will allow you to calm your chaotic thoughts and confidently move on with your day.
What worries you?
Establish a time to worry each day.
As your worries sneak into your thoughts throughout the day, "gather them up" by jotting down those concerns onto your Worry List. Then, decide on a specific time you'll worry each day.
When will you pencil in Worry Time?
Abruptly stop any worry that occurs spontaneously during the day.
When you start to worry throughout the day, say to yourself, "No, I'm not going to worry about that right now. I'll do it during Worry Time."
How will you stop any worry that occurs spontaneously during the day?
Spend your established Worry Time alone.
Close the door. Turn off the television and your music. Avoid playing with your smartphone or electronic tablet during Worry Time. Set a timer for when you'll stop worrying. Now, get out your Worry List and worry.
Where will you conduct your Worry Time? How long is your timer set for?
Play the devil’s advocate.
Question your anxiety.
Have you tried playing devil's advocate?
Ask yourself, “Does this issue have a solution?”
If you can quickly determine whether the challenge at hand is solvable, you can then confidently proceed to put a solution into place to prevent future worry about that issue.
Answer the question above...
Acknowledge that some worries are not within your power to solve.
Write these difficulties on a piece of paper, place them in a balloon, and float them up into the sky. In essence, tell yourself you must say "good-bye" to these particular worries because they don't really belong to you and you have no control over them. Continuing to worry about things outside of your control may drive you stir crazy. Stop it!
Are any particular worries not within your power to solve?
When you follow this 7 step process, you’ll be able to manage your anxiety a whole lot better each and every day.
Plus, you’ll feel more energetic, positive and healthier.
So stop letting your anxiety control you.
Squash it like the bug it is and live the life you deserve.