Gold Coast Anxiety Support Gives Three Tips on How to Manage Anxiety
While it is normal for everyone to feel anxious at some point of their life, the problem is, when the anxiety becomes severe and recurring, it can impact on a person’s quality of life. Gold Coast anxiety support gives three tips on how to manage anxiety and live a happier life
If there’s a common thread or theme around an anxious response, then looking at the situation can give some understanding about what’s going on for that person.
Stress and nervousness are common and healthy responses to certain situations of fear, pressure or anticipation. These understandable stress responses usually pass once the object, person or situation that triggers the anxiety is changed or removed. For some people, however, the cause of the anxiety cannot be easily identified so the condition persists, often leaving the person with a secondary round of anxiety caused by how anxious they feel about the original stressor... and so the cycle begins.
“If there’s a common thread or theme around an anxious response, then looking at the situation can give some understanding about what’s going on for that person,” Sandy Hounsell, transformational soul healer and mentor of Anxiety Gold Coast said. “But if the anxiety isn’t linked to something easily identifiable, it can take a lot of courage to want to dig deeply into it.” www.sandyhounsell.com
According to Sandy, having the courage to embark upon this very powerful process, even if it brings up negative emotions initially, can have a remarkably positive impact on a person’s life as they learn how to manage anxiety effectively.
In such cases, dealing with emotional pain and working through these negative emotions to release them rather than remaining jumbled in the cycle of anxiety, can have a profoundly positive impact on a person’s life.
Gold Coast anxiety support gives the following three tips on how to manage anxiety: www.sandyhounsell.com.
1. Identify what was happening at the time of feeling anxious.
At the time a person is anxious, their thoughts and emotions dominate – often in a less than rational manner. Yet, the more structured the mind can become, the better the person is able to unravel their thoughts from emotions.
When feeling anxious, one needs to ask when did it start, what was going on, what other people were present at the time, and what was being said. The person should recall if they heard or saw anything specific.
2. Go within and explore what is scary.
It is likewise helpful that a person suffering anxiety should take time to self-reflect and find out what scares them. They should go within and beyond what is being felt on a conscious level, and in doing so, they might find the anxiety coming from a single fears or two, paired with experiences or beliefs from childhood, such as a feeling of being insecure or unworthy.
3. Review food intake and look at any foods that may be adding to the anxiety.
Diet is important in coping with anxiety. Food can help or hinder the all emotional states... Sugars, alcohol and foods with lots of carbohydrates do not help a person in coping with anxiety because they are difficult for the body to process and digest.
As a result of consuming foods that can negatively impact the nervous system, a person can start to feel tired and lethargic which in turn, increases emotional sensitivity and susceptibility to anxiety.
Though food is not a direct natural treatment for anxiety, it can affect it in a positive way and reduce overall symptoms of anxiety. It is vital to eat regular, well-balance meals, without skipping any throughout the day. Healthful and energy-boosting snacks should always be on hand, and caffeine and alcohol should be limited as they can make anxiety worse and trigger panic attacks.
When stressed, the body needs additional rest and sleep so it’s important to get enough sleep. Daily exercise can also help a person to feel good and maintain their health and overall wellbeing.
Dealing with emotional pain can be damaging, so having a reliable, qualified and trustworthy person to talk to can give relief to most anxiety sufferers. Learn more about Sandy at www.sandyhounsell.com.
About Sandy Hounsell
Anxiety free healer, coach, mentor and author Sandy Hounsell loves to give people back their true identity by simply removing the inner toxic dustbin that binds people to fear and doubt and which stops them from being all they can be.
Sandy has a unique ability to tap into and experience what her clients feel, even if they have forgotten. She can understand “you know me better than I know myself”, no matter what their experience are.
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- Sandy Hounsell
- Transformational Soul Healer and Coach
- Soul Awaken
- (61) (07) 5574 4256
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