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Worrying Damages Your Wellbeing And Leads To Anxiety And Depression

Worrying Damages Your Wellbeing And Leads To Anxiety And Depression

Here are 7 signs you worry too much and you need to relax and enjoy the present moment.

1. You Are Anxious And You Cannot Relax

Relaxing after a busy day is essential for your physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. Usually anxiety and worrying prevents us from calming down and relaxing. If you find yourself in this situation, please take a moment to find a hobby or a physical activity that you love doing. That will help you regain your lost peace.

2. You Have Trouble Sleeping

When you are anxious and you worry too much you may start suffering from insomnia. Sleep deprivation is common when your mind is not calm. Sadly, without a good night’s sleep you risk putting your health in danger. Lack of sleep is often as harmful as driving while being intoxicated.

3. Your Health Is Worsening

Constant stress and worrying can take their toll on your health. If overall, you are not feeling well, then it’s time to take responsibility for your wellbeing and focus on positive thinking and bettering yourself. Your health should always be your number one priority.

4. You Always Assume The Worst

Negative thinking is the worst thing you can do for yourself. This leads to anxiety and depression. Stop thinking and assuming anything, positive or negative. Let things take its natural course.

5. You Are Abusing Alcohol, Food, Or Drugs

Food, alcohol, or drug abuse is a way of stress relief to many people. Of course we’ve all been reaching out to comfort food when we feel down, and that’s okay. Also, a glass of wine or a beer can’t harm anybody. However, if you find yourself leaning on these things to give meaning to your life, then you should ask for professional help, someone that can help you deal with your issues.

6. You Are Restless

Restlessness is a sign of anxiety and worrying too much, especially when it comes to children and teenagers. When a person is always feeling on the edge, that is probably because they are fighting an inside battle that no one knows about.

7. You Are Constantly Tired

Fatigue is another symptom of over-worrying. This can be counter-intuitive since worrying often gets linked with hyperactivity, but while for some people excessive worrying manifests itself with an anxiety attack, other people deal with it by sleeping and by being constantly exhausted.

Mary Wright