1. Going out more frequently to seek the sunlight
It’s crazy how something we often take for granted is one of the essential things that represents us feel better and rightfully alive. The sunbathe is coming out more frequently as springtime is drawing nearer. It casts a temporary darknes on my anxious state and sees me forget it for a little while and lets me enjoy the moments that the bright sunbathe rays shade my cheeks slightly pink. The climate can truly change our feeling and determine the ambiance for the rest of the day.
2. Procuring out root causes of my anxiety
Having anxiety doesn’t means that I have a problem, but it sure will better my living condition if I know where it comes from before I can take the steps to learn how to live with it or, even better, how to get rid of it for good. Appearing back to the time that I was still a kid til now, I observe repetition patterns in my demeanor in similar situations where I would get activated by feeling. Expect yourself what kind of situations or which type of people make you the most uneasy. Talking with others about it might shed light on parts of yourself that you haven’t thought about that could be one of the causes of anxiety.
3. Changes in diet
You are what you eat, right? I decided to give vegetarianism a go for a month. Two weeks in and I can say that I have been a lot more awareness about my food selects, and that has affected my daily life. I have been feeing a lot more fruits and vegetables while snacking less carbohydrate and processed products. By being more endowed and conscious of what I snack, my torso had begun to react positively to the changes in my diet, gradually declining the little discomforts and thereby creating less anxious minutes throughout the day.
4. Detecting an store to express my feelings of anxiety
Having an store be returned to when it’s too much to handle is a succour. It can be anything. Personally, I feel most drew attention to water. Something supernatural always happens when I visualize, listen, penchant and feel the ocean. When I’m walking outside, I always tend to walk nearby a lagoon or sitting on a park terrace to look out to the glistening thinking of the water before me. Just making a pot of hot tea and enjoying everything there is by myself can take a huge weight off my shoulders. I also get more at ease when I listen raindrops tapping gently on my window while I’m curled up inside with a blanket and a book on my lap. That same easiness will wash over me when I’m swimming laps at my local wading pool. There is just something about liquid that helps me to loosen and let go for a moment.