Dealing With When We Get Anxious

A few of our tips to manage through anxiety


Anxiety plagues many of us every single day. As a matter of fact, over 70% of Americans report feeling a level of anxiety in as much as 5 days out of the week in 2019. With that said, it begs the question, “What can I do to help myself face my anxiety?

The short answer is that there are many different techniques that several persons are using every day, to keep their stress and anxiety at manageable levels. We’ve compiled a shortlist of anxiety busting tips here for you.


Exercising regularly works wonders for naturally aiding in the relief of anxiety and stress. Exercise lowers our stress hormones, like cortisol, and it also helps the body to release the mood improving endorphins that anxiety seems to deplete. In addition, regular exercise has been shown to improve the quality of sleep for most all women surveyed.

Not to mention the boost in confidence that regular exercise provides, which is a great anxiety buster in itself.


The use of aromatherapy has been around since long before the recorded record of doing so existed. Lavender, Orange blossom, and Sandalwood are synonymous with relaxation and de-stressing our life.

If you haven’t tried using essential oils or aromatherapy candles to combat your anxiety and stress, you should definitely do so.


If you aren’t currently taking any prescription anti-anxiety medication, you may want to try a natural supplement to help you combat your anxiety. However, be advised that some supplements will counteract or interfere with prescription mood inhibitors, so you may want to ask your physician, prior to taking a supplement if you’re currently on any medication.

Supplements like green tea can increase your bodies serotonin levels. Kava Kava has been used by the South Pacific Islanders for centuries as a sedative, and it’s a well-known anxiety busting supplement.


Although most of us don’t notice the jitters after that extra cup of coffee, your anxiety notices. Caffiene is documented as a cause of anxiety going into overdrive. It can cause sleep pattern interruption, which will also increase your stress and anxiety levels.


A lot of women report that journaling their fears and anxiety helps them to pinpoint the cause, and to assist in finding a solution to high anxiety levels. Try writing down the points at which you feel the most stressed or anxious, and reviewing it later to see if you can find your stress triggers.

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