"The earth is beautiful. If you start living its beauty, enjoying its joy with no guilt in your heart, you are in paradise. If you condemn everything, every small joy, then the same earth turns into a hell. It is the question of your own inner transformation. It is not a change of place; it is change of inner space.

Live joyously, guiltlessly, live totally live intensely. And then heaven is no more metaphysical concept, it is your own experience"

Saturday, July 28, 2012

4 Ways to Stop Worrying and to Be Emotionally Fit

Peace of mind keeps us healthy. But an anxiety-free life seems too difficult to attain.

We worry about the bills, our personal relationships, and all the other grudges of daily life.  

But do you know that relaxation can be had at arms reach? Little things that have the ability to calm us are easy to obtain. So, why not incorporate them into our lives?  
Here are the four ways that can help you to ward off an anxiety attack and to stay worry-free day after day.
  1. Drink green tea. Nothing beats the emotional wellness that a cup of warm green tea brings to an otherwise dreary day. The high proportion of the amino acid, L-theanine, in green tea has a soothing effect.
  1. Reduce your caffeine intake. Soda and coffee are strong stimulants, and there is a tendency to crash after taking them. The lull after the period of caffeinated “high” can lead to depression and anxiety. Here is a hearty alternative: Granny Smith apples – they offer the same perky “high” without the burnout afterwards.
  1. Perform some deep-breathing techniques. Do a little breathing exercise a few times each day, especially during emotionally charged situations. You will end up feeling relaxed or less stressed at the end of each day. Here’s how to perform a deep-breathing exercise: close your eyes, inhale slowly through the nose, then hold for a few seconds. Then exhale to melt away the stress. Do these up to ten times, and concentrate on your breathing. It is simple, and it does wonders.
  1. Go on an aromatherapy me-time. A calming scent on your work desk or on your bedside table can uplift you when you need a boost. Light an incense stick or a scented candle. Dab a teeny drop of essential oil to calm your frayed nerves. Two of the best scent relaxers: vanilla or lavender. Amp the relaxation quotient by taking a warm bath. Then light lavender-scented candles nearby.  
To learn more about the different treatments for panic disorder and anxiety attacks, as well as to get a detailed look at alternative treatments, read 'Perfectly Panic Free' by Mike Karowski. The eBook makes an excellent discussion on panic disorder, and it presents all the treatment options fairly, giving the statistical success of each. For more information, go to http://www.panicdisorderattacks.com

By Mike Karowski, author of ‘Perfectly Panic Free’

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