WEEK 10 – A model for handling anxiety
Wednesday Worry tips
Taking back control in anxiety is a vital part of championing it. I’ll be elaborating more on the ‘how’ to do this as we progress through the series, but today we’ll explore a useful way to progress from being at ‘effect’ of the anxiety, to getting back at what is known as ’cause’. Watch the video below to learn more.
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TIME TO WATCH: 4 MINUTES
When anxiety or worry kicks in, we often end up feeling the effect of it. Being able to reclaim control so that we can start using the strategies that help calm the physiology and top the cycle of thoughts is essential.
Here we give you an easy way to progress through from feeling the effect of it to being back in a position to relieve the symptoms and stop the cycle.
Wednesday worry tips series
Welcome to Wednesday worry tips and thanks for stopping by! Every week I’ll be sharing tips and nuggets to help with worry and anxiety – from the absolute basic foundations needed for our nervous system and brain to function at it’s best, how to calm your nervous system down when its been under duress, how to quieten and take back control of that busy mind and everything in between! I’ll be sharing tips, knowledge, strategies and techniques over the upcoming months so stay tuned if it’s helpful to you.
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