How to Reduce Anxiety in These Trying Times

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How To Reduce Your Anxiety In These Trying Times

Anxiety is something that a lot of people are forced to live with and the situation we are faced with currently has given a lot of people symptoms of anxiety. It is obviously no surprise that people are anxious at the moment but there are some ways that can help reduce your anxiety:

One step at a time- I think it’s important to take everything one step at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself whether it’s with the news, changing…

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27 thoughts on “How to Reduce Anxiety in These Trying Times

  1. Building up a routine of some kind to accommodate these will be a help to some for sure. While I can’t speak on a personal level, I would say having a close friends circle also helps immensely, or being part of a community.

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    1. Thank you and yes I absolutely agree that is a very difficult one. I think it’s particularly difficult because we don’t have control over everything and everyone around us and sometimes we’re forced to be in a negative situation or negative people and can’t do anything about it.


  2. Very useful advice. I’ve been taking each day as it comes and getting so distracted by school work. Fortunately my home is a comfortable place in which I hardly have to worry about the current situation. Being grateful and enjoying the moment is what’s keeping me at bay! (easier said than done though)

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