Category: Mental Health
If you suffer from anxiety or panic attacks you know that traveking can be extremely difficult and exhausting. These healthy and powerful tips, tricks and hacks will help you to overcome traveling anxiety and have the best trip experience ever. Don’t sacrifice your health, wellbeing, pleasure and fun. Instead use these tips and enjoy yourself while being on vacation. Rest, relax and recharge your batteries on a stress-free trip.
Intrusive thought are these unwanted usually negative thoughts that seem to pop up out of nowhere. These intrusive thoughts can easily ruin our day until we learn to deal with them effectively. This article will help you to understand what intrusive thoughts are, why they apper and how to deal with them without sacryfying your state of mind.
Christmas can trigger anxiety for many different reasons. If you suffer from anxiety, and panick attacks in this post you will find healthy tips, tricks and hacks to deal naturally with your anxiety and have a happy and paceful Christmas.
Dealing with severe depression is extremely hard but possibile if you have a good and effective plan. In this post I write about things I do when depression hits me so hard that even getting up from bed seems to be impossible. Here are my tips for all those who are struggling with depression, unvanted thoughts and negative self-talk. Depression is a serious mental illness but it is curable. So stay with me during this post and I will show you some effective ways to make you feel better during tough days.
Battling with depression can be hard and exhausting. In “good days” everything seems quite normal but when “bad days” comes you feel hopeless, extremely exhausted and numb. Depression is not a choice but a serious mental illness that has to be treated properly. A lot of depressed people feel guilty, ashamed or embarresed for having this mental problem but there is nothing to be ashamed of. If you are depressed it doesn’t mean that you are weak or incapable of living a good life it means that you have to address your problem and start your battle. You can do this and you’re not alone!
Depression is not a personal choice but a serious mental condition. No one chose to be depressed it just happens when you least expect it. But at the same time we can learn a lot about human nature from observing and analyzig how depressed mind works. People who suffer from depression are real warriors that stand up to fight every sngle day until they win.
Dealing with panic attacks and anxiety can be hard but it’s possible with a right attitude. First, you have to identify your anxiety trigers. Next thing to do is to practice mindfulness to be able to deal with difficult emotions and negative thoughts. And next time when something will trigger your anxiety or panic you will be prepared for the battle.
The moral of this story is that happiness is a state of mind, chemical imbalance, a temporary high, a natural phenomenon, and a just a feeling. It’s not a permanent state. Happiness is a journey, not a destination. Happiness is a choice. So when it happens to you, don’t overanalyze it. Just embrace this fleeting moment… Don’t be afraid of embarrassing yourself. Be fully present. Just go with it. Be authentic. Find your tribe and live your life to the fullest! No regrets!
Anger is a natural human emotion and like any other emotions serve a particular purpose. Whether is a call for making a decision, motivation to take an action or an alert to the danger, it cannot be ignored or avoided. But in order to respond not react when we feel angry we have to adopt a mindful approach first. Because mindfulness techniques are meant to teach us how to acknowledge, accept and deal with our emotions in a healthy way, especially with the negative ones.
Regardless of the symptoms, causes and diagnosis every person perceives anxiety differently. Everyone experience is different, unique and personal. Anxiety does not define a person. Nor other mental or physical issues do. We should never forget about this. We tend to judge, label, criticize, stigmatize others so easily, mindlessly and carelessly. We should stop doing this, seriously. This post is about unexpected benefits of anxiety.