The stress we have endured over recent weeks is as good a reason as any to feel anxious. The Mayo Clinic explains that anxiety can be brought on by a big event or a build-up of smaller stressful life events. Certain personality types are more susceptible than others to experience anxiety. Here are 5 helpful tips to identify and treat higher levels of anxiety.
How are you feeling?
Be mindful: anxiety is a part of life! The daily grind of work-life balance can take a toll. Adopt healthy de-stressing options like daily exercise and goal setting to combat feelings of stress and feeling overwhelmed. Set one goal per day, ‘a daily win!’ that you can achieve. Run a mile, read the book you received as a gift for Christmas, or make that recipe from the magazine you just read. These goals can shift your mindset into a more positive space.
How to treat anxiety, and when to seek professional help?
Anxiety and depression are treatable. If you don’t think your self-help methods aren’t helping get you into a more positive place, seek professional help. The solution may be straightforward: a change in diet, or a treatable hormone imbalance, for example. There are a myriad of resources to help you if you are suffering. The first step is to seek professional guidance. Unfortunately, 80 percent of children with diagnosable anxiety, and 60 percent with diagnosed depression are not getting treatment, according to the 2015 child mind institutes’ mental health report.
Learn your triggers
Important! Be aware of the causes of stress that trigger your anxiety. Keep a journal to help you keep track of your daily routines, so you can learn how to break the cycle.
Eat a healthy diet
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Seek professional help when you need it
Take action if you feel like you cannot improve your mental health on your own. The following mental health article written by the Mayo Clinic gives a real insight into diagnosis and treatment.
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