Sleeping eight hours a night will help you keep your body and emotions in balance. You’ll be more relaxed, more productive, and far less anxious.
20-minute naps after lunch will also replenish your energies for the rest of the day.
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T. R. E. — Trauma Releasing Exercises, were designed to induce tremors in those who’ve gone through trauma. The exercises take about 20 minutes to complete, and they’re intended to induce tremors by exhausting your leg muscles.
It’s a series of stretches that help your body thaw itself out by alleviating the chronic tension anxiety creates.
Many factors influence the nutritional composition of food so even a natural and well-balanced diet can be deficient in key nutrients your body needs. So it’s important to test yourself for nutritional deficiencies and adjust your food or take supplements to fix them.
An alternative to gym style physical exercise is just doing any physical activity that gets you sweating and your heart racing. You can do that by playing with your friends. Incorporate play into your weekly routine to better control anxiety and workaholism. It helps you decompress and makes you more productive.
Alarmist news and content can be one of the biggest sources of anxiety. Unplugging from it decreases your anxiety and gives you more time to do more positive and beneficial activities.
It’s important to be informed of noteworthy events but you can do that without making it a part of a routine. Block or avoid bad content whenever you can.
Rather than attending to the conversation at hand, socially anxious people are focused on themselves and continually monitor how they're coming across. They assume the worst about themselves.
When chatting to someone online, try to focus on the other person. Actively listen rather than thinking about how you look or sound. Actively enjoy what is out there. When on a video call, minimise your own image to help you focus more on the conversation.
Introversion is how you’re wired, whereas social anxiety is something that is holding you back due to fear instead of a choice you're making.
Non-anxious introverts are very happy to leave a party early, but people with social anxiety often leave because they feel so worried and want relief.
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