Anxiety can be referred to as a recurrent feeling of worry or nervousness. People feel insecure and have difficult time to 'turn off' worries, due to which they find it uneasy to participate in social situations, process information, and have problems while concentrating. New social interactions, scary events make most of us feel anxious but if it overwhelmingly affects routine tasks, relationships and social life, it can be a serious illness.
While facing challenging situations such as examination or job interviewing, people generally feel threatened and under pressure that triggers automatic body response to danger and is referred to as anxiety. It helps stay focused, alert, motivated and is not generally a bad thing. But in some cases, anxious adults worry excessively and persistently without focusing on specific situations or objects, their thoughts might switch from one that eventually turns them off and leads to problems while processing information, concentrating, and participating in social situations that make them feel insecure and eager to seek social acceptance and reassurance. Due to their tendency to become overly concerned about other people's expectations and self-doubt, their daily tasks, relationships, and social life are severely affected.
Too much worry about the future and regret about past makes a person feel hopeless. Severity of situation becomes distorted when a person's thinking process becomes negative and distorted. The anxiety can be overcome by a variety of items like medicine, talk therapy, family emotional support. Worrying about the pressure of work and the family, money can affect functioning every day, but when it becomes persuasive, excessive, difficult to control it often results in social and physical impairment. No matter how hard we try, life is unpredictable and what happens is barely controllable. But we have the freedom to use our intellectual abilities to decide how to handle an unknown situation. If we focus on gratitude and let go of fear it can be a source of energy.
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Taking some time out to identify the reason for botheration and how to handle it not only lets you focus on the situations that make you feel anxious, but also helps you understand how to handle it. Taking deep breath sends the brain a signal that everything is fine and helps to relax mind and body. Always note that you are not frail or inferior, and that you are able to face every circumstance in life.
Focusing on one task at a time instead of distracting oneself into several activities makes a person feel less overwhelmed. There are several exercises that can be used effectively for stress reduction. Such as counting at random intervals helps a person capable of deliberately controlling thoughts, overrides his negative thoughts and concentrates thoughts and energy on one activity. Holding track of situation trends faced with identifying best and worst case situations, proactively preparing over days and weeks helps in handling stress.
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