How to deal with stress and anxiety
How to reduce anxiety and stress.
There are so many daily practices we can put into place to help us reduce anxiety and stress. But because there are so many, this can cause even more stress and anxiety when it comes to deciding which approach is going to resonate and work.
So, take time now to think of what triggers your unwanted behaviour.
For example, I need to answer this email…..but I don’t want to….I’m hungry….I’m bored….I’ll make a cuppa….hmmmm I’ll just have a nibble on a biscuit while the kettle boils……really don’t want to write this email….I might write a terrible response….I’ll have another biscuit….kettle is taking ages to boil….. The above is irrational thinking.
Your mind has been taken over by the child in you/your evil twin or your ego. You can name this part of your brain however you wish. The rational you will be thinking…I’m going to make a cuppa, while the kettle boils I’ll pop some washing on or go to the loo. When I have made my cuppa, I’ll sit and draft the email, check it and hit send. Then I’ll feel better about it. Or something along those lines.
Does this sound familiar?
If you would like some help in managing your mindset, come along to Balance on Wednesday evenings 7pm. Each week will be different. Some light movement, meditation, education and tools you can use to help you be more present. Your mental practice is more important that sweating it out in the gym!! Free your mind and the rest will follow.
I’m not a therapist, but I live each day practicing to be a better version of myself. I would like to help and share with you. Are you ready to do some work? See you on Wednesday 7pm at SMart Health and Fitness Studio.
Would you like more info? Respond to this email or forward to someone in need of support.
Eat clean and train your brain SMart
Sindy Matthews, Fitness and Wellness Coach,
47 F Broad Street, BANBURY, OX16 5BTPosted on: November 2, 2016, by : Sindy Matthews