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Overthinking can manifest in many different ways, not just mentally, but physically too. People often underestimate the physical toll overthinking can take on one's body.
Overthinking can cause:
If you notice yourself feeling these things regularly and in the long run, it might be worth exploring the methods to handle your overthinking. Read this book.
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Acknowledging your Thoughts
Sometimes it feels impossible to let go of a thought or worry because of how heavy or strongly you feel about it. With thoughts like these, it would be more obstructive if you tried to ignore them or forget about them, as it magnifies the intensi...
Adopt a Positive Thought Process
There is power in the way you phrase your thoughts. When faced with an adverse situation or thought, speak to yourself as you would your friend or family when they need encouragement.
Replacing thoughts like "this is impossible"...
"Do not become stagnant in the present, in preparation for the future."
This may be linked with Perfectionism. People often worry so much about all details about the future and the unknown that they spend all their time "p...
Figuring out what is out of Your Control
This often works best when it is guided by a qualified individual such as a Therapist or Councelor.
However if you want to try this on your own, sit down and write/think about the things you know you have absolute control over....
The two main culprits for overthinking are usually when people second-guess all their decisions or they can't accept that they don't have control and develop a "Perfectionism" as a way to cope.
Here a several ways you can stop the constant ...
Setting a "Worry Time"
As silly as it may sound, scheduling a period of time where you give yourself time to worry, trains your mind to address the worries by telling them you don't have time right now, but you will get round to addressing it later. Make sure it is no long...
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