It is accepted that a little bit of anxiety isn’t always bad, but too much is known to be detrimental to our health and can cause long term health problems.
If we deal with anxiety daily and don’t shift the mental thought patterns that produce anxiety, our anxiety will get worse therefore, it’s important we deal with the issues pertaining to what we deal with. Anxiety if left, can incorporate fear, such as phobias and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder to chronic worrying. They are all part of the anxiety scenario.
Anxiety can interfere with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and disturb sleep patterns, but first we must come to recognise their symptoms. Not everyone understands anxiety. Thoughts pertaining to anxiety, are known to be irrational or distorted that happens when the mind begins to play tricks, particularly in times of stress.
Perhaps, therefore the rationale behind a person’s thinking needs to change. Perhaps we need to refocus our perceptions and learn to use our intuition more, so that we channel a new way to think and that in turns should reduce the anxiety we feel.
We must come to understand other people’s thinking. Reading between the lines helps us understand more, so we’re able to become less anxious, because often another person’s anxiety will become ours. Listen out for the things people don’t say, instead of what they do.
It’s easy to get caught in the crossfire when the things people say, aren’t always what they mean. Sometimes we have to decipher what it is they mean and we can only do that by reading between the lines.