My name is Anxiety, my English name is Anxiety, and I am not called Anxiety Disorders. Many people hate me. Maybe some people feel very upset when they mention me, as if something terrible happened. But I am in a very normal mood! Just like joy, anger, worry, thinking, sadness, fear, and shock, any emotion is the same, as long as it is not excessive, it is normal. Whether you like it or not, I am everywhere in life. I have appeared before the ancestors of mankind. Anxiety can protect human ancestors and make timely and effective responses to the outside world. There is a term in psychology called the fight-flight response. When a person encounters a dangerous thing, the anxiety of the body will make your muscles tighten, and you are ready to quickly hit your opponent or escape. It is precisely with this rapid reaction ability that humans can thrive. Anxiety is also a kind of energy. For most people, a certain degree of anxiety can increase their speed of reaction to the outside world. Moderate anxiety can promote and strengthen physical and intellectual performance, making people have a super predictive Judgment, concentration and execution…In your life, anxiety is also good for you. For example, if you encounter a speeding car on the road, your body responds quickly. , You escaped in time; when you are in the exam room, moderate anxiety will make you react quickly to the questions in front of you, so that you can complete the exam questions efficiently and get your ideal results. Of course, some people have fragile and sensitive personalities, or have encountered trauma. In encountering some things, the anxiety they generate may be a kind of distortion or excessive anxiety. This anxiety may be problematic, or even Morbid. This kind of anxiety makes you unconsciously feel that something unfavorable will happen. The unpleasant emotion that is difficult to cope with is a personal feeling and experience of distress and frustration, which will make you feel uneasy, fear of fear, nervousness, irritability, rapid heartbeat, headache, low back pain, gastrointestinal discomfort, shortness of breath, sweating, etc. reaction. If you want me not to become an anxiety disorder, when you encounter bad anxiety, you can take the following methods to relieve the anxiety and prevent it from sliding you into the abyss. Take a deep breath: You may say, I breathe every day! The kind of breathing I’m talking about is not your usual chest breathing, but a deeper and slower abdominal breathing. It can help the body to stay away from the “fight or flight” response of the sympathetic nervous system and activate the relaxation response of the parasympathetic nervous system. You can find a quiet place, take a deep breath, use the position you feel most comfortable, stand and lie down, or sit, take a deep breath, meditate 12345 in your heart, then pause for two seconds, slow Exhale the air slowly with your mouth. During this process, you can still recite 12345 silently, pause for two seconds, and repeat the breathing process. Inhale and exhale deeply in this way, and your anxiety can be relieved for ten minutes. When you are in anxiety, you can ask yourself the following questions: Is my worry real? What if the worst happens? Can I handle it? How can I do it? What does it mean to me if something bad happens? Is this true? Or does it just look like this? What can I prepare to face the future? Is there anyone around me who can help me deal with this problem? If we are about to solve this problem, how can I accept it? Then, try to actively talk to yourself or act in the way you think of it. Positive self-talk. Facing the anxiety that exceeds the actual situation, there may be a lot of negative conversations in your mind. You have to be aware of the existence of these negative thoughts, and then try to use positive self-talk to reconstruct your inner heart. idea. For example, you can say to yourself: “Although anxiety makes me feel bad, I have a way to deal with it.” When you can know where anxiety comes from and try to face it in new ways, you will find that anxiety will help. You become better, not the other way around.