Anxiety

Coping with Anxiety Disorders Feelings of nervousness, anxiousness, worry, fear, or anxiety may have you wondering if you need to see a mental health professional to relieve your anxiety symptoms. Many people experience anxiety occasionally, but when your level of anxiety begins to interfere with your daily activities, it could indicate that you are suffering …

3-Step Formula Outsmarts Anxiety and Improves Motivation

A task looms before you, and people are nagging you to get it done, but your anxiety makes it physically painful to even think about getting started. You have absolutely no motivation.Have you ever felt like that? People with ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders and other emotional or mental illness deal with this challenge every day. …

Is This Normal Anxiety… or an Anxiety Disorder?

As unwelcome as anxiety is, it is a very normal reaction to stress. There are times when we all feel nervous, fearful, or apprehensive. New experiences where you can’t anticipate the outcome, high-pressure situations and stressful events will often cause a measure of anxiety. Anxiety is often felt physically as much as it is emotionally. …

What is Anxiety Costing Your Business?

Anxiety is costly. It costs you emotionally, mentally and physically. The mind-body connection is very real and very powerful. Our emotions affect our bodies and anxious feelings can cause many physical health problems. What about the financial cost of dealing with anxiety? Doctor’s visits and medications are expensive. Personal steps taken to prevent anxiety, such …

Are You Managing Your Anxiety or Is Your Anxiety Managing You?

Anxiety, despite being an unwelcome feeling, is a part of life. It is a feeling of nervousness, fear, or apprehension. Typical situations that cause anxiety are new experiences where you can’t for-see the outcome, high-pressure situations, or stressful events. Anxious feelings are often manifested physically through an upset stomach, headaches, or a racing heart.For many …

How Negative Thinking Fans the Flames of Anxiety

Negative thoughts are like pouring gasoline on a smoldering fire. Normally, anxiety, like the smoldering fire, will die down as you complete the letting go process. However, people who have developed anxiety disorders, such as panic attacks, phobias, or obsessive compulsions, have trouble processing things. In fact, their negative thoughts add fuel to their anxiety …