Having anxiety can be a huge deterrent to your growth as a person. Anxiety can be very debilitating, and the road to recovery is long and full of obstacles.
One of the biggest reasons people struggle with anxiety so long is their priorities. Most people have a career and personal success as the foremost priorities, with recovery from anxiety being an adjacent goal. Many people believe that by achieving external goals they can also achieve internal healing. This is wishful thinking, at best.
Having struggled with anxiety myself for years, even minor inconveniences like a price change in my cable packages could upset me. I got everything I aimed for in life, my dream job, a great salary and a big bonus each year. Yet none of it contributed at all to my recovery. [continue reading…]
Of course, hitting the gym regularly is a must to build a fit body. However, it is even true that doing so can boost your brain’s functioning.
Aren’t you aware of this?
Well, scientists have proven the same and the results that they’ve achieved are seriously commendable.
Interestingly, it doesn’t depend on the age or level of fitness. Whether you’re a mall-walker or marathoner, the story remains the same.
So, if you are being reluctant to take out some time for exercising, do it for a better psychological health now. There are various unique yet effective ways through which working out can help you have a happy mind.
People who live with panic and anxiety disorders in their lives can habitually contend with getting to sleep and also staying asleep at night once they have dozed off.
Night-time is generally when your mind is absolutely racing which means it’s not uncommon for panic attacks to come on right before bed. This will undoubtedly make it tricky to rest well before the next day.
We’ve got some great advice here that you can use to help beat panic disorders and gain that much-wanted sound night’s sleep. [continue reading…]