Experts promote mindfulness practice as a cure for all. They believe mindfulness can cure anxiety, stress, and pain. But is it good for you? Will practicing mindfulness do you more harm than good? Well,
Anxiety is a global public health concern. About 1 in 13 people across the world will suffer from an anxiety disorder at any particular time. Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful life occurrences.
Feeling anxious is normal and it can happen due to different situations or problems. Yet, it can also happen without a reason. Anxiety can be helpful in some situations. Yet, excessive anxiety can be frightening
Anxiety can make you feel like you are the only one who is shaky or fearful. Yet, anxiety affects everyone, particularly when there is a real or perceived threat. In fact, almost everyone wants to flee
Anxiety is an emotion that is common in everyone’s life. It enables you to recognize and react to danger in “fight or flight” mode. In other words, anxiety motivates you to deal with difficult situations.
Ever wanted a fool proof technique to stay calm no matter what?
Even if you got dumped with a last minute deadline or have to present to a large audience or end up starting a new job.
Even if everything