Things to Cut out in Your Life to Reduce Anxiety

Regardless of the comforts of life, the level of anxiety remains very high, not to mention the invention of anti-anxiety drugs. A 2018 survey found that more than half of Americans are experiencing anxiety. And almost 40% of Americans said they were under stress.

Some stress is normal and healthy (its purpose is to protect you from danger), but too much of it can harm your life. When nervousness increases, it can affect performance. It is believed that one of the Americans may have a stress disorder. Anxiety may require professional intervention, but relief can be found in people with lower levels of stress. It is now time to Embracing A New Outlook On Life.

Sleeping With your Smartphone

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Women and men surf the Internet until they fall asleep and rely on the alarm clock of their smartphone. Many stretch out their arms to get their smartphones to browse their social media when they wake up. And although it seems appropriate to sleep when the device is near, it is feeding their nervousness. Those who have stopped sleeping with the phone in their room have reduced anxiety, according to a 2018 study. Along with the fear of being scared, participants said they felt that their relationships have improved, and they felt better, which made them happy. Ninety-four percent of the participants said they planned to keep their phones out of their bedroom after the end of the study.

Watching the News

Studies show that seeing news fuels our fears.