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Managing Anxiety with Yoga
Before starting your yoga practice to control anxiety, spend ten minutes in the Corpse Pose. Use this time mentally to separate yourself from your experiences of the past, and from the anticipated happenings (real or imaginary) of the future.
Simple Breathing Exercise for Managing Anxiety
Lie on your back in a comfortable place. Breath slowly through your nose. Use your diaphragm to such air into your lungs. Allow your abdomen to expand at the same time. After the abdomen is fully expanded, continue to inhale as deeply as possible. Reverse the process when you breath out. Contract your abdomen while exhaling slowly and completely. Repeat this exercise several times.
- Asparagus. Depression has been linked to low levels of folic acid, and one vegetable that boosts this mood-enhancing nutrient is asparagus. …
- Avocado. We need B vitamins for healthy nerves and brain cells, and feelings of anxiety may be rooted in a B vitamin deficiency.
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- Green tea
Don’t procrastinate, hide, or run away. Believe that you have the power to overcome your anxiety. Immediately, it may not feel good to face your fears directly, but if you apply this strategy consistently, it always works.
Often anxiety is rooted in exaggeration of one’s worst fears and negative thoughts. If you are the kind of person who embraces “worst-case scenarios” regularly, you may need a cognitive tune-up. Strategies such as thought stopping might be helpful. Whenever a negative or anxiety-based thought occurs such as “I’m going to make a fool of myself” or “I don’t measure up,” tell yourself to STOP! Stopping these types of thoughts is essential to interrupting the cycle of anxiety.