Understanding and managing anxiety

Experience anxiety is common and common. There is no feeling that is limited to economic deprivation nor to political oppression. Anxiety is an integral part of the human situation, because life in all its levels, from international and public to domestic and personal, is marked with concern, suspicion and stress. Many people can deny personal anxiety, or at least its intensity (even to them) for a variety of reasons, such as the desire to prevent trouble, arrogance, fear of rejection, threat and unrest of vulnerability, etc; However, almost everyone experiences anxiety to some extent. The feeling is disturbing and degrading. Its obsession is lame. As long as daily life is characterized by struggle, passion and suffering, anxiety experience is unavoidable.

Nature Anxiety

Anxiety is a mental excitement that expresses concern, annoyance, fear or fear. Spiritual tension either leads to uncertainty about future or future events, or because it is unable to control the environment or state of affairs. Anxiety is a natural emotional reaction of people who seek to live and live comfortably. Anxiety is a constant reminder of humanity that is scary flexibility and its ultimate violence to master its own destiny.

Anxiety and fear, despite close relationships, are not synonymous. Fear, clearly defined, is both psychological and emotional response to the feeling of being at risk. Fear is basically to live because it promotes independence. Anxiety, however, is the warning signal to increase human impatience to survive. It has been said that anxiety is "fear of thin thinning."

Not all anxiety pernicious but only certain types of it. Psychologists, both secular and spiritual, generally believe in regular mild anxiety tests in productivity and performance. Alertness is increased, motivation is stimulated and strength is increased. The potential and ability of a person is therefore a new one. Indeed, serious educational and social consequences can occur when anxiety is not present (as characteristic of a hardened criminal behavior); or when anxiety is excessive (as characteristic of sensitive children in disturbing homes). The relationship between amiable and pernicious anxiety is similar to stress and distress. Moderate stress is indicative of maximum performance and performance. This fact is particularly noticeable when the athlete is ready to run in a competition or compete in an event. However, the threat to health comes when an increase in stress is brought to an emergency. This situation may occur with business executives who require daily quotas to fill and eliminate the deadline to attend. Inefficiency and shrinkage are natural by-products. Revenues are the twilight of a serious emotional disorder. Pernicious anxiety is a special focus of this article.

Further classification of anxiety can be useful. Anxiety anxiety is basically two types, ie. simple and neuroscience . A simple anxiety is a temporary emotional tension that most people experience in life pressure and struggle. Anxiety nervousness is an emotional tension that has developed into a mature personality behavioral behavior. Nervousness is a permanent emotional disturbance that affects all personality. Some neurons, for example, are obsessive, diuretic, hysteria, fobia, enmity, neuropathy, chronic depression, etc. Untreated neuropathy may develop into psychosis, although this development is usually dependent on hereditary and accessible factors. Simple anxiety is primarily discussed in this article, although much of what is considered is as important for nervous system anxiety. Internal nature of anxiety is stable, only degree and intensity differ. Treatment of nervous system anxiety involves a specialized approach because anxiety has become better understood. You may also need to deal with personality change. Thus, it is necessary to detect and investigate causative factors and psychiatric activity that requires anxiety, which may require thorough consideration and analysis of childhood and domestic experience. People who suffer from nervous nerves usually need professional counseling.

Impact of anxiety

The cost of anxiety is very high. The impact is significant and extensive. These effects are in three basic categories: physical, psychological and social. First, look at the physical effects of anxiety. Anxiety causes a wide variety of physiological discomfort. One particular symptom of anxiety may be marked with mental illness symptoms such as stomach discomfort, palpitation, headache, muscle cramps and various physical pain and pain. Persistent or prolonged anxiety causes worsening of physical health. Organic and functional disease, from dyspepsia to heart disease, is a long-term effect.

Anxiety can also lead to serious psychiatric problems. Initially, anxiety determines performance by reducing thinking ability, latent ideological thinking and causing general discouragement. Feelings of disturbance and depression can then occur. Personality of inferiority is possible.

Anxiety can also lead to compulsive social relations and slow human development. Very angry people may tend to prevent social contact, even with familiar friends, to reduce anxiety. Social relationships tend to form feelings of uncertainty, suspicion and turmoil, where natural reactions are social withdrawal and extradition. Security and peace are interpreted as fruit of separation and solitude. Conformity to this may affect the development of communication skills and social ethics. Very angry people learn to live by themselves.

Causes Anxiety

Psychological underlying anxiety is complicated. Some psychologists usually describe anxiety as an ambiguous and indirect feeling, which has no specific source or fundamentals. This requirement can certainly be a challenge. Anxiety is usually a cause-effect relationship, although the cause may be hidden or misunderstood.

I suggest that the actual cause of anxiety is usually associated with certain mental health . There are basically three major genuine spiritual circumstances that lead to emotional disturbance. The first of these is guilty . Obligations by nature create mental tension. Duties are a sense of personal injustice and to be responsible for punishment. The sentence may be wrong or true (imagined or actual, psychological or moral). In both cases, psychological experience and tension are similar. True or actual punishment is a consequence of the violation or rejection, either by any public or community law. When you stole another property, he or she may feel guilty. False or imagined guilty, on the other hand, as a result of non-compliance with the expectations or opinions of others. For example, parents of the children can free him because he has played badly in the sports community, although he has played his full potential. He then finds that he has failed his friends. Therefore he is guilty of guilt. This fine is "unjustified" because the alleged violation does not involve moral shock. Some of the bipolar disorder caused by guilt are depression, vomiting, loneliness, insecurity, despair, etc.

Many neuroses have a fine as their main part. Usually, the incentive for false wishes is the need to please, obtain approval or be approved by others. Whoever is guilty should ask himself a few questions: What kind of guilt is I experiencing? Is it justified guilty? What is the cause or reason for the fine? What is the right way to review the situation? If the defendant is morally justified, then ethical action should be taken to deal with and solve it. If the fine is (morally) unfair, then it should be recognized as such, assessed as harmful, and even wrong and denied.

Another great tenth spiritual condition that can cause anxiety is Masturbation . He who suffers from masturbation is concerned about himself and his personal needs. It should be noted that the common characteristics of a state of property are anger. Egoism has two fundamentals, ie. superiority (arrogance) and inferiority (inadequate). A better disposition forces a person into obsession seeking personal attention and ensuring applause and praise of others. His conceit exaggerates self-esteem, and his need for recognition often contributes to an unacceptable, condescending and even merciless attitude. His behavior is also potentially unstable. Various examples from the world of exhibition biz and business stages could easily be mentioned as an example. Some high schools in superiority are enmity, jealousy, hatred, bitterness, frustration and jealousy.

An inferior measure seems to be more common in two cases of anxiety. Inferior disposition forces a person to socialize and be scary around people. This person considers unworthy personal recognition and even love. He or she even lacks self-esteem. This person believes that something he or she does is either not right or not good enough. This person sees himself as a failure. The child who is constantly criticized by his authoritative mother (for example, due to the inability to understand the concepts of a particular discipline) may tend to be regarded as stupid. As a result, he may lose interest in universities. He can always lose all confidence, even in his mind.

One who has an inferior disposition learns to dislike himself and inevitably believes that others do not like him either. He or she will often become a perfectionist, which is the path to very inadequate, annoying and unhappy life. The one who foreseeably never gets the score, no matter how hard he or she can try. Derivative spiritual states of inferior disposition are depression, comfort, empathy, loneliness, insecurity, jealousy, hatred, jealousy, etc.

Third major tenth spiritual situation is fear . There is no fear of malignancy. Sudden fear is necessary to survive. Morbid fears are pernicious and characterized by slavish concerns about personal safety and well-being. Excessive concern to ensure (or maintain) admirable public image, respectful reputation, high social status, good health, family welfare, material possessions, etc., can cause untrue fear. Excessive fear often arises when exaggerated selective things. The incentive is that purchases of these items will provide security. The experience of the individual has, however, been distorted. As a result, the threat of damage to these things can be paralyzing and even inconvenient. Other mental illnesses include depression, insecurity, suspicion, panic etc. Fear is also an essential element in various neurological disorders, such as stroke, phobia and paranoia.

These three major psychiatric disorders – guilt, masturbation, fear – may be state or prolonged . If they are local, their duration is temporary if treated appropriately. If they are prolonged, professional counselors may be required to detect and investigate the causal link. When treating anxiety (we will tell you soon), we will determine the mental condition and be fully investigated. The tension is mild due to its exposure. In explaining the underlying causes of anxiety, the proposed perception of any mental illness should be investigated. The individual's mind determines a special mental condition that is responsible for causing anxiety. Personal interpretation of situation / situation affects the corresponding mental condition. For example, one can notice a business meeting that college is looking for him. The facial concept of the university can be completely innocent and unnatural consciousness. However, this person, especially if he is generally suspicious and naturally sensitive, can interpret this facial expression as a formative. As a result of the defective mental perception, man can then be guilty and rejected. He can then start looking at him myself, reflecting his current relationships and asking his past work and actions. If this error continues, this person may eventually become depressed and anxious.

Here, as a rule, fear must be given indirectly. For example, an individual may suffer a rejection disease. As a result of psychological conflict, he can constantly feel anxious, completely unaware that anxiety is the result of this particular spiritual conflict. The suffering must come to realize the relationship between mental conflicts and anxiety. Furthermore, adaptation of perception or revision of interpretation is also important for correcting emotional disturbance. Changing personal perceptions or revising personal interpretations does not lead to the mood or denial of the truth in a particular condition or lead to a minority of self-esteem. Mental adaptation or psychological review simply allows the right viewpoint to be able to understand correctly. The ultimate goal is to learn to think clearly and correctly.

Anxiety management

The control of anxiety, as with other emotional fluctuations, are different thinking ideas. Various therapists advocate some kind of behavioral changes, such as relaxation training, thinking, model making and behavioral exercises. These methods may prove helpful, but the obvious lack of change in behavior is that perception (s) and mental condition that causes anxiety may not combine the fundamental focus or consideration in the treatment. Treatment will be primarily cognitive, not behavioral. The behavior is usually different and parallel.

Some ways to control anxiety have already been seen above. Further exclusion and suggestions are now available. As previously stated, anxiety is dependent on the fact that you are a mental state. Therefore, anxiety needs to begin with confrontation and diagnosis in the mental condition responsible for anxiety. This method, of course, will include consideration of perception and interpretation of conditions that cause mental status.

First, confrontation of self-consciousness involves thinking of one. It consists of voluntarily turning into one's thoughts and observing them as systematically as possible. It seeks to identify the corresponding ideas of anxiety. For example, a progressive young minister may become very anxious days before preaching. This anxiety may be more than a simple "horror on the stage". His spiritual condition, though unconsciously acknowledged (which is often the case) may be one of fear. He may be afraid not to be impressive; afraid of rejection; afraid of being inadequate. Confrontation is a spiritual act of being honest and courageous to oneself.

Analysis is more complicated than confrontation. It involves criticism of the human mental state with the purpose of understanding its origin, justification and value. For example, when you feel anxious, you can acknowledge that he has a commitment. He should ask himself why he is experiencing a fine or what has happened to this fine. It may be that he did not shake a church member on Sunday or that he asked a rather simple question in the economy. He should then ask himself whether it is right to feel this fine, even though he has done wrong. In the first case, he may not have a real opportunity to shake the company's hand and it should not be guilty. In all cases, he is not obliged to shake his hand every Sunday.

Hand shaking is the expression of spiritual communion and not one of simple religious duties. Secondly, he may have asked a question that he did not know the answer to clarifying point or understanding and that he should not worry about other people "personal food." He seems to try to learn and grow. Two cases cited, the man probably should not be guilty. Next, he should ask himself what had been the right way to perceive and interpret the situation (ie, the rational, objective way). In these two cases finality, and then rejected. His thinking is flawed, his mental state is morally unfair, the analysis involves a close and intensive study of the dynamics of the process and the formulation of an individual in order to assess the talent of such states. States may find their roots in some lifetimes, transport analysis is complex and it is necessary to get professional help at this point.

Article An entity enables an individual to take a certain mental state (objective one) to correct a mental condition that has arisen. Often when one thinks of his thoughts and recognizes the opposite thoughts of anxiety, he or she simultaneously recognizes the origin of a mental state (if anxiety is local). Here, in this double process collision and analysis it would be useful for suffering to discuss their concerns with close friends or with a qualified partner. Honest, transparent communication is very therapeutic.

This exercise of confrontation and analysis & # 39; should be regarded as specific types of cognitive procedures, ie Self-examination . This method assumes that an objectual relationship can be between suffering and anxiety (with its causes). The suffering, rather than being an integral one with anxiety, being "caught" by it as it were, is able to stand over and against it. This psychological location in itself distributes some of the anxiety pressure, but more importantly, it begins to spread the mechanism. The suffering should be the viewer & # 39; or "the audience". The suffering is now able to get a fairly emotional distance from the experience itself and establish objective conditions to assess the value and origin of anxiety itself and justification for the emergence state that causes such anxiety.

This "protester" – moving from a subjective relationship with regard to anxiety (and its emergence) in an almost objective relationship – is important for effective treatment of anxiety. Obviously simply keeps the situation and can even increase it. Self-esteem is the essence of mental health. Only on the basis of self-esteem can the building autonomy stand steadily. The dynamic is the upper; Intellectual property is original. Emotions reflect or express only thoughts and perceptions. Emotions are not isolated and independent entities. They are necessarily dependent on how and what you think. The treatment will therefore be first and foremost cognitive. Emotional fluctuations must be treated indirectly, by enhancing the individual's ability directly.

Corresponding with levels of "Confrontation & # 39; and & nbsp; Analysis & # 39; Achievement, Transition Level" is set. In order to overcome anxiety, you need to change his thinking patterns and Attitudes. The Ancient New Testament Council St Paul underscores the value and benefits of this stage. He writes, "Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever righteousness, whatever is right, whatsoever is pure, whatever is wonderful, what is good, if there is any excellence and if something is commendable, keep on thinking about it "What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, practice this and peace God will be with you" (Phil 4: 8.9).

This conceptual change, especially in the context of anxiety correction on this issue. This mentality is characterized by two perspectives. First, there must be Vision on a case. Many concerns arise from the assumption of a future perspective that contributes to uncertainty and doubt. One should focus on the issues and challenges of each day and try not to overdo and worry about future (which does not provide the need for proper plans). One must discipline themselves to train their minds to be now focused, though future-conscious.

Secondly, you should try to grow more universal perspective . You should investigate, analyze and evaluate issues and events within a larger space of "global village" & # 39; and "shared consciousness". A gradual and unrealistic concern about personal information usually causes anxiety. Too much attention to life's information, if not evaluated within the larger settings, leads to misunderstandings of real value and true significance.

In addition to the above comments regarding anxiety relief, there are some practical steps that can be adopted to maintain anxiety control. First, you should make changes to anxiety problem (s). For example, if you are eager to get to work at the right time, the clock should be fair 30 minutes before. Secondly, a list of daily duties and duties should be included, preferably with the required and demanding jobs listed first. One should only list what he or she thinks can be reached that day. Third, there should be a schedule of regular breaks and recreational times for each day. Even walking shortly outside can be constructive. Fourth, enough sleep is required every night. A healthy body contributes to a healthy mind. Fifth, you should take a regular exercise schedule. Workout is very important. The exercise develops stamina and stability. Sixth, one should learn to "talk through" his dissatisfaction and problems with close friends. Again, honest, transparent communication can be completely therapeutic. Seventh, vacation should be taken on a regular basis, and they should be a perfect change from everyday life. Eighth, regular medical examination should be scheduled. Anxiety may have a biological or chemical basis. The ninth man should accept the practice of listening to melodious music. The right kind of music has calming and beneficial effects. The tenth man should develop a good friend. Learning that a member has psychological benefits and rewards. One gets the feeling of belonging. Also a good support system is an indication of emotional well-being. Ellefta, hobbies should take place. Interest and interest give out positive and well-directed energy. Twelfth, eating nutritious and healthy can help reduce anxiety. Along with organic foods, you should consider such supplements as vitamins B and D, omega 3 fatty acids and such minerals as calcium and magnesium. Herbal tea, like chamomile, can also prove to be supportive.


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