Anxiety is a feeling of worry, fear, or unease. The cause can be many things, such as stress, fear, lack of sleep, or other mental and physical conditions. If left untreated, it can lead to serious health problems. However, there are many ways to reduce it. Some methods include taking time to do enjoyable activities and even indulging in a favorite guilty pleasure.

Anxiety

Soothing Anxiety

Feeling anxious once in a while is okay. We can’t expect to weather every storm of life without some anxiety. The most important thing you can do when it’s overwhelming is to find a way to control it.

Research has shown that scents can affect your mood, and there are a lot you can do with your sense of smell. Lavender is a natural way to relax, and you can use it in a number of ways to get the best result. Next time you feel anxious, try using lavender.

Here are five other great tips:

1. Identify Your Triggers

If you can identify the things that tend to set off your anxiety, you can start to develop strategies to deal with them. Maybe you avoid certain situations, or you have a set of coping mechanisms you use to calm yourself down.

2. Talk to a Trusted Friend or Family Member

Talking to someone about your anxiety can be really helpful. It can be a friend, family member, therapist, or anyone you feel comfortable speaking to about personal issues. Talking to someone about your anxiety can help to soothe it. Talking releases any feelings or thoughts causing you stress and help you feel supported and understood.

3. Exercise Regularly

Exercise is a great way to soothe your anxiety. When you exercise, your body releases endorphins, which can help to improve your mood. Exercise is also a great way to relieve stress and tension.

4. Practice Deep Breathing Exercises and Relaxation Techniques

Deep breathing is a great way to calm down and soothe your anxiety. It takes a little bit of practice, but definitely worth it.

There are many relaxation techniques that can help to soothe your anxiety. Some techniques include progressive muscle relaxation, yoga, meditation, visualization, and mindfulness. Practicing these techniques can help to calm your mind and body.

5. Seek Professional Help if Your Anxiety is Proving to be Too Much to Handle on Your Own

If your anxiety is causing you significant distress or interfering with your daily life, it’s important to seek professional help. A therapist can help you to understand and manage your anxiety.

Need assistance setting up an appointment? Click Here

Appointment with Amy Pharr
Appointment with Dr. Robert Stewart