18 Ways To Calm Your Anxious Mind

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Hi, My name is Jeannette I'm 32. I'm diagnosed with Depression, Anxiety, Adhd, Panic Attacks, Bipolar2, PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder. Im here to help others understand what life like now with these disorders they have.

38 thoughts on “18 Ways To Calm Your Anxious Mind

      1. I’m Ok, thank you 🙂 Last week I had a bit of a blip… basically I got back into some online addiction habits, and as a result didn’t eat or sleep properly.

        Lack of sleep really affects my mood and my functioning (surprise, surprise!), and I’ve been more jittery and anxious this week. Though I’ve been fortunate to have a support network and talk about it, which has helped 🙂

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      2. I’ll be honest, it’s only in recent months I’ve acknowledged it is an addiction. And then I didn’t indulge for a while until last week.

        Right after those 3 days of indulgence I thought that I might need to go to some sort of addiction group/programme. But for now it feels like I am addressing the causes/reasons I do it with my therapist, so I’m going to see how that goes.

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      3. Woohoo! Yeah, after about 40 days of group therapy last year, and about 16 sessions with another therapist last year, I didn’t address / talk about my addiction at all!! And you too x

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  1. This is beautifully written. I have always struggled with anxiety, but have more trouble with it recently. I’m getting into tapping, oils, exercise, meditation, etc. Everything you wrote really helps, though sometimes I have a hard time getting myself to do it. When I’m in the middle of feeling anxious, I get stuck.

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  2. So very true, unplugging from social buzz is one way to free your mind and meditation works wonders, I love it. And I love to walk also, it’s so peaceful and just writing actually clears my head too, it’s another form of silent talking. Wonderful list of helpful things to relax your mind, and talking to a listening ear helps a lot too.

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      1. Very true indeed and yes I enjoyed the article very much. I love meditation as it’s so relaxing. I don’t do the EFT method much but I hear people prefer to do that while looking in the mirror.

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      2. I meditate regularly and it does wonders for the body, mind and soul, if you can find the time to fit it in. Just minutes a day can make a huge difference. I don’t practice EFT much but I hear it has a lot of benefits also.

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