Overcoming Anxiety

Written by James Lyons
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Once you have successfully implemented a solid anxiety management program, you will be on the path to overcoming anxiety. That's right, you can actually eliminate, terminate, eradicate, abolish, end the existence of anxiety in your life. Studies indicate that those who regularly meditate experience less anxiety in their lives than those who do not meditate.

Why don't more people incorporate some form of meditation in their life? A number of people believe that you have to adopt Buddhism or Hinduism or some other religion if you decide to meditate. While meditation can foster spiritual and personal growth, it is not a lure into a religion. It is an activity that will make you happier and healthier.

Overcoming Anxiety Takes Time

Don't expect all your anxiety to leave you and never come back immediately after you incorporate these healthy habits into your life. However, once you start consistently exercising and meditating, you will notice yourself dealing with less and less anxiety every day. You will be more aware of what is going on in your mind and in your body.

In essence, overcoming anxiety involves overcoming the victim within you. We are all victims at some point in our life, but a number of us are victims every day. We feel powerless over our bodies and minds, waiting for the next anxiety attack, waiting for the next ulcer, waiting for the next migraine. Once you understand that YOU have the power to change, that you can improve the quality of your life, you have a great shot at kicking out anxiety and panic.


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