First of all, it helps to organize them well. It doesn’t matter much if you write them down by hand or use some apps on your gadgets. But this relaxation trick is even more helpful for you if you experience anxiety sporadically.
Writing down what is making you anxious helps you distance yourself. It gets it out of your head and can make it less daunting. It may also work well with someone having a generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) when they are in a bind.
However, it is one of the quick coping methods. And if you suspect you have GAD, they shouldn’t be the only kind of treatment you employ. You’ll want to find long-term strategies to help lessen the severity of symptoms and prevent them from happening.
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