Hey Jason here…

I hope your day is going well.

I just stumbled upon a freebie that I had posted a while back regarding Social Anxiety.

Social Anxiety was a HUGE problem for me throughout my childhood and young adulthood.

It took years of reading and learning coping mechanisms to overcome my general anxiety around people.

Finally, in my early 30s, I compiled a list of all of the social anxiety strategies and tactics which actually made a difference in my overall sense of calm and peace.

I think turned all that knowledge into step by step presentations.

You can start watching them right now for free through the link here:
===> http://socialanxietyfix.com/stop-your-free-gift/

Simply sign up for the free video series and start experimenting with the strategies in your day to day experiences. I think you’ll be very happy with the result. These tips stop social anxiety in its tracks.

We ALL deserve to feel comfortable in our own skin.

Learn how, starting today, with the step by step action plans found here:
===> http://socialanxietyfix.com/stop-your-free-gift/

Have a wonderful day!

– Jason

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Natural Treatment for Anxiety and Stress

by Jason on October 28, 2014

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Anxiety side effects affect more than 40 million people in the U.S according to research. Stress affects your health and even productivity in your work.

Causes of stress range from money, relationships, sickness, work to living in denial and excuses. How you respond to the causes of stress your life determines how the stress and symptoms will affect you.

While it may not be possible to remove the causes of tension in our lives it is possible to identify the stressors and allocate special attention to them. If you kept a journal of the tribulations you encounter daily, you would be able to point out the major causes of stress and deal with them.

Tips to Manage Anxiety and Stress

• Identify the Trigger:

Anxiety is triggered by a thought that has a probability of happening. Identifying the cause of the thought will better help you put it into perspective rather than putting off the thought and letting it stress you for some time. What would be the worst case scenario if whatever you are stressed about really happened? That would not mean the end of life. This will also help you identify what you need to do, like apologize or take action.

• Exercises:

According to research people who exercise reduce their risk of anxiety by 25 percent. During exercise you release neurotransmitters endorphins that improve your mood and remove stress. Exercise also improves your sleep and this distracts your brain from stress.

• Taking a deep breath:

During anxiety the oxygen and carbon dioxide balance is distracted. Make a count and breathe in through the nose four times and out through the mouth six times. This relaxes you by balancing the gaps. Deep breathing also relieves tension of a nerve that connects the diaphragm with the brain causing the entire body to relax.

• Try some mind control:

This can best be achieved by practicing mindfulness meditation. Make a plan of your life and think positive. This will make negative thoughts irrelevant dispelling all the fear, despair and anger from your system. This cognitive behavioral Therapy is an efficient anxiety relieve.

• Have a sense of humor:

Humor helps you look at the experience from a different angle and reflects the pettiness of stress and anxiety. Sometimes the cause of stress is just you treating the situation with too seriously.

Things to Know about Stress and Anxiety

• Anxiety and stressed is caused by the beliefs that you hold, both positive and negative beliefs

• Anxiety may cause stress. The thought that anxiety will protect you is misleading because anxiety is the main problem.

• Stopping a certain thought causes you to later pay extra attention to the thought you are avoiding.

You can identify and better manage the anxiety and stress in your life to a level that does not affect your daily living. Accepting the uncertain nature of life by distinguishing solvable from unsolvable problems will better help you live a more productive life.

Author Bio:
Minnie Daniel is a Passionate blogger. She works on behalf of ehic. She has been writing contents on the web professionally since 2006.

As an avid reader and blogger, she shares her experience through her articles on Travel, Education, Technology, Parenting and many more.

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