Having A Healthy Diet
Food can sometimes act as a comfort for when we are feeling anxious and in some cases our anxiety can make us not want to eat at all. Some studies suggest that what we eat and drink can affect how we feel but it can be difficult to know what to eat, especially when healthier food can be more expensive and it can be hard to think about our diet when we are struggling with our mental health.Read more
Quality Sleep & Rest
Lack of sleep is known to affect mood and emotional health. People who are plagued with worry often think about their concerns in bed, and this anxiety at night can keep them from falling asleep.Read more
Worrying about these things every day means it can be hard to find the time to look after yourself – it may feel like you do not have the headspace to take on any more.Read more
Connect With People.
For many people anxiety can be very isolating and therefore it is important that you reach out to others. Connecting with people can help to reduce anxiety, alleviate feelings of loneliness and provide a sense of belonging.Read more