Mental Tools allow us to manage our thoughts. Creating a break in our anxious thinking, allowing us to create a new conditioning and ultimately recovery.
Physical tools are extremely effective in lowering higher levels of anxiety. Practice the tools, and be prepared for when you need them.
Having my first experience of no fear was an eye-opener for me. Learning to exist with no anxiety was part of the recovery process for me.
Using tools and techniques allow us to change our conditioned behavior and create recovery. Tools & techniques should not be underestimated.
An effort is never wasted and is always creating change. At times change is slow and starts small. Do not be discouraged, trust that recovery is happening.
Prior to this story, I had anxiety disorders since I was a young child. I’d seen therapists, been on medications and experienced the worst of my agoraphobia.
A general misconception is that we can stop anxiety. Anxiety is ignited by a single thought. We cannot stop, prevent or control the thoughts we have.
Many who suffer from anxiety believe their condition stems from a hormone imbalance. Genetic & behavioral components are believed to cause anxiety disorders.
When there is downtime, anxiety levels increase. Anxiety recovery requires reconditioning our thought habits. Learning to manage your time to get started.
We are not destined to suffer from the effects of anxiety forever. We create the future by putting effort into changing our reaction to anxiety triggers.
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