End #Anxiety With #Journaling

JournalWhether or not you know this, 40 million Americans suffer with some degree of anxiety. If you’re more comfortable with non-pharmaceutical approaches to alleviate the undue stresses of control, try journaling. A study shows that writing-down your sources of anxiety can help dissipate the arresting emotion. In effect, this helps to complete stressful tasks. Does social media count for the outlet of verbal arrangements for  anxiety relief? Probably not. This diary needs to contain the thoughts that clog-up your brain with scattered-thoughts that impede your productivity. By spilling them on to paper and removing the clutter from your thought process – it helps to clear the driveway for workflow. I like metaphors and that’s a good one. Grab a pen. Let the healing begin

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