Anxiety is one of the most debilitating conditions in the world and nobody deserves to have their mind spiral out of control. Unfortunately the fact you don’t deserve it won’t change anything, so you need to look at ways to help get your mind under control. We’re going to look at some great apps you can rely on to help you out.
You will end up in a lot of situations where anxiety strikes and you won’t know what to do. Your breathing will speed up and it will be very hard to keep it under control. You know it’s important to slow your breathing down because it’s the only way you’ll be able to feel relaxed, but if you want to achieve your goal you will need some help. When you feel yourself getting very anxious you can switch on this app and it will take you through lots of breathing exercises to decrease your anxious feelings.
Qi Gong Meditation Relaxation (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.excelatlife.motivation&hl=en)
When was the last time you were very anxious and completely relaxed at the exact same time? The answer should be never because it’s completely impossible. This tells you relaxing is a great way to overcome anxiety and if you want a great place to start you should look at meditation. Qi Gong Meditation Relaxation isn’t what you’d consider traditional meditation, but it will put your mind at ease when you watch one of the many great videos designed to place you in a state of calm.
Nature Sounds Relax and Sleep (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zodinplex.naturesound&hl=en)
Have you ever spent hours walking through the woods just so you could catch a glimpse of a beautiful waterfall? For a split second you feel yourself enter the trance state because you’re completely relaxed. Nature has a way of helping us feel this way, but unless you want to walk for hours every day it’s hard to make it a part of your everyday life. This app is the next best thing because it will let you listen to the most beautiful sounds in nature to help you relax and get to sleep.
Calming Music to Simplicity (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=imoblife.forgetthecalculation.lite&hl=en)
We’ve just talked about how relaxing music helps you enter the trance state so I won’t mention it again, but the Calming Music to Simplicity app is a little bit different which is why you might find it interesting. The actual sounds you’re going to listen to are Chinese in origin and they are powered by the ancient art form, Tai Chi. You have 9 different recordings to listen to and you can even set a timer if you only want to listen to them for a specific length of time.
Worry Box – Anxiety Self-Help (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.excelatlife.worrybox&hl=en)
Because anxiety is a disorder that affects your mind it means it’s open to manipulation. Your mind might be the smartest computer in the world, but like any other computer they can be tricked if you know what you’re doing. A great technique is to face your worries then lock them away. You can do exactly that using this app and when you mind thinks your worries are locked away it can help to reduce the severity of your anxiety. Even if it lowers it a little bit it’s better than nothing.
It won’t go away
I’m sure you’ve already been told anxiety won’t just go away because it’s normal to feel anxious at certain times. You are just unlucky because you obviously don’t know how to handle it properly, which is why you need to use some of these apps to help you get on top of your condition. Once you learn how to control your mind it won’t be able to control you.
About the Author:
John Smith works for Freedom Lift Systems and believes that people with mobility issues should invest in a porch wheelchair lift. John loves travelling and meeting new people.