Friday, December 18, 2009

Anxiety and Stress-Techniques To Help Manage It

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress. We all experience it when we are faced with situations that make us uncomfortable.Anxiety is a good thing in small doses and may protect us in dangerous situations but it becomes a problem if you feel overwhelming anxiety for extended periods of time and for no particular reason.

Chronic Anxiety can interfere with normal daily activities,relationships and lead to panic attacks and social phobias.The good news is that we can learn to manage our stress and there for reduce our anxiety.

There are many effective techniques to help manage stress and anxiety.These techniques are used to reduce the intensity of the disturbing symptoms that anxiety can cause.Anxiety management techniques are usually part of many psychological treatments.

They may include relaxation training, deep breathing techniques, meditation, and hyperventilation control. These techniques require regular and consistent practice to be of benefit, and are most effective if used a long with some form of cognitive behavioural therapy.


  1. Thanks for outlining some of the many beneficial techniques for reducing anxiety and stress. While some are prone to it, others experience it from time to time and this information will prove helpful.

    Thanks and God bless.

  2. Thank you Judy for you comment.I try to post the best and most helpful information on my blog.If there is anything you would like me to talk about let me know.Have a great day.

  3. the link with anxiety and stress in undeniable, making stress relief equal to anxiety relief. thank you for showing those techniques, on this site there are some other methods that complement the one you wrote!


    great post!

  4. hey, your post really aids, now i encounter the same problems, and i have no clue on how to solve the issue. finanlly i look yahoo and found your post, it helps me get rid of my trouble. thanks again just one thing, can i paste your entry on my blog? i will add the source.regards!