1. Take action now. Any action towards a goal tends to diminish worry. Thinking too much about your goals or plans, especially if you dwell on the hurdles, will cause you worry and stress. Of course you should plan well, but when planning drifts towards worrying, it's time to start doing something positive. Take action...baby steps will get you there.
2. Make decisive decisions. When you want to stop worrying too much about an unresolved issues, you need to make decisive decisions, and even bad decisions may be better than doing nothing. Often you will immediately resolve the stress when you, for example, finally decide to quit that job, buy that house, or make that phone call. Nothing crowds and clouds your mind with worry as much as decisions waiting to be made.
3. Get it out on paper. Too many things going on in your head? Put them on lists and you may feel better. When you are dwelling too much on something, and you stop to schedule a time to work on it, or just put it on a list, it is easier to let go of it for now.
4. Deal with problems directly and quickly. To eliminate worry when there are real problems, try to confront them head-on, and resolve them quickly. Don't dwell on "what ifs" this creates a hamster wheel effect that accomplishes nothing. There is more mental pain and worry in anticipating problems than in the problems themselves. The anticipation of problems is what causes the most worry.
5. Meditate to eliminate worry. Meditating is a great way to relax and to stop worrying, but what if you don't have the time for more involved meditative practices? Don't worry. Just try this: close your eyes, let the tension out of your body and take several deep breaths through your nose or talk a quick walk or take just 10 minutes to unplug, sometimes just a few minutes of interrupting a negative pattern of worry can eliminate it entirely.
Try the above techniques when necessary. Make habits out of whichever ones work best for you. The most important thing is that you nip worry in the bud, you don't dwell in emotions that don't serve you.
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Kim Peterson is a highly accomplished Natural Health and Wellness expert who has devoted 20 + years of her life to helping others with her extensive experience. Kim is best known for her popular website,CommonSenseHealth.org, which she launched in November of 2009. Through her work, she has not only become a valuable teacher in the wellness industry, but she is also skilled in wellness business marketing. Kim has been a voracious student of health and wellness since her early 20’s. She began by being completely self-educated and expanded her knowledge through countless seminars, books and programs. Kim experienced her first taste of wellness entrepreneurship when her light therapy business started with nothing and became a multi million-dollar leader in the light therapy industry within a five-year period. Today, due to her highly successful business experience and her devotion to continuing her study of health, Kim is well equipped to help others solve their wellness business challenges, lead better lives and improve their health naturally.