Self-care is important for emotional wellness. Chronic stress and fear can eventually lead to anxiety. Which, if allowed to fester and grow, becomes a full-fledged depression in the long run.
Here are a few tips to deal with chronic anxiety:
- Talk to a friend who empathises with you, whenever you feel stressed. Or spend time with your loved ones.
- Write down and vent your feelings and thoughts. Don’t hold back. Pour it out. Writing down also allows you to release pent-up stress and anxiety.
- Food deeply affects what kind of chemicals are released in the body and the gut bacteria. Eat organic and natural food more throughout the day like raw salads or fruit smoothies (no sugar) because they balance the gut microbiome.
- There are 20 different types of meditations that you can choose from and do at home. Do any one of them whenever you feel tense.
- Try to be present with negative emotions instead of running away from them. And practice validating your emotions to get relief. This method is called emotional vipassana.
What kind of coping mechanism do you have to deal with stress? Drop your thoughts in the comments.
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Self care is important for emotional wellness. Chronic stress and fear can eventually lead to anxiety. Which, if allowed to fester and grow, becomes a full-fledged depression in the long run.
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