Overcoming Fear and Worry
Practical wisdom and insightful advice from Harvard experts
Powerful help for overcoming fear & constant worrying
Living with fear and constant worrying can get in the way of a truly thriving and fulfilling life. To help you overcome these negative feelings, the experts at Harvard Medical School created Overcoming Fear and Worry — a special report filled with expert advice and powerful tips.
Overcoming Fear and Worry brings you important information to help you:
- Know the difference between ‘almost anxiety’ and everyday anxiety
- Get useful tips and strategies for ‘almost anxiety’
- Discover mindfulness-based treatments that work
- Learn about effective treatments for anxiety disorders
- Self-assess your anxiety levels
- And much more!
Please accept this deep breathing technique with our compliments
Do this when you’re feeling anxious.
When you’re anxious, your breathing quickens. Purposefully slowing your breaths helps you gain more control over your mental state. Deep breathing is simple, and you can do it anywhere. There are several breathing techniques you might try. One is called diaphragmatic, or belly breathing. Here’s how to do it:
Start by sitting comfortably or lying on your back. Place one hand on the upper part of your chest and the other hand on your belly. Relax your belly muscles. Breathe in slowly through your nose until you feel your belly start to rise. Breathe out slowly through slightly pursed lips and feel your belly fall. Repeat.
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Overcoming Fear and Worry brings you:
- What are fear and worry?
- Self-help for fear and worry
- Mindfulness-based treatments
- Social support
- Help for anxiety disorder
- And so much more!