Learn To Manage Your Triggers

We already talked about long-term ways to cope with an anxiety.

Your strategy should start with identifying what makes you anxious. You can do it by yourself or with the help of a therapist. Keep in mind, that it can be simple triggers, like caffeine or alcohol or some long-term problems.

Once you identify the ‘enemy’, you can choose your general strategy:

  • minimize exposure to your triggers, if you can (e.g. try to limit caffeine or time driving);
  • use some coping techniques, if they are caused by your genetics or the environment or the work factors which you can’t change.

Would you like to know more about the most common techniques? Stay tuned or schedule an appointment with Rostyslav Shemechko to find out what will be helpful in your situation.

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