Identifying Underlying Causes For Anxiety

January 30, 2014 | By

Knowing anxiety triggers and certain situations that arise that bring about anxiety can help you manage your body physically, in turn possibly preventing anxiety attacks. For example, when you are waiting or impatient about something, settle down and give yourself some time to do breathing exercises. This practice can be very calming, as can listening to some soft music or redirecting your thoughts to a better place.

When identifying underlying causes for anxiety, people often further stress themselves out. This is due to the fact that increased anxiety isn’t attributed to a specific problem but instead to the perception of the individual. Therefore, the next key step here is to work on reducing and eliminating stress in your life vs adding to your stress by trying to further identify problems.

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Category: Anxiety, Autism, Mental Health

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