Anxiety A to Z
The most boring tip, but perhaps the most critical, is cleanliness. A messy home can lead to a messy mind. So, set aside a few minutes for cleaning every day. This doesn’t necessarily mean scrubbing the floors on your hands and knees. Just make your bed, pick your clothes up off the floor and wash that dirty glass.
Indoor plants convert carbon dioxide into fresh oxygen and remove toxins from the air we breathe. This can ease tension, lower stress levels and improve sleeping patterns. Succulents and cacti are considered low maintenance, which means they’re suitable for busy bodies...
Physical symptoms in include butterflies in the stomach, sweating, an accelerated heartbeat, headaches, chest pain and difficulty breathing.
Behavioural symptoms include putting off important, but anxiety-provoking tasks, seeking information rather than acting and waiting for a signal from someone else before acting.
Emotional symptoms include feeling nervous, worried or apprehensive and feelings of dread surrounding and leading up to anxiety-provoking events.
Mental symptoms include fear of failure, replaying events in your mind when you’re worried about how other people might have perceived you.