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Are You Constantly Feeling Anxious? Try This Advice!

Are you a prisoner of your stress and anxiety? Do you find yourself letting simple issues and problems, grow into insurmountable odds that leave you paralyzed with doubt and fear? It does not need to be like this. If you really want to move forward with your life, and handle your anxiety, take heed of the suggestions found ahead.

Are You Constantly Feeling Anxious? To be sure anxiety doesn’t bring you down, try exercising daily to relax. Endorphins, which are produced from physical activity, will keep your mind off of your stress and relax you. In addition, regular exercise is needed for general health and wellness.

One of the easiest things that you can do if you are in a battle with anxiety is to remove sugar and refined carbohydrates from your diet. Anxiety can be triggered by the fluctuations in the levels of sugar in your blood, both low and high. These surges are one of the triggers to anxiety and panic attacks.

To help keep anxiety at bay, manage everyday stress. Heightened levels of stress result in heightened anxiety as well. Learn to do tasks at an easier pace so that you’re not so stressed out all the time. Also, try to get some time that you can use to decompress and unwind every day.

Do not worry alone. When your worrisome thoughts go unchecked, they can easily spiral into terrible doomsday scenarios unnecessarily. Call a friend or supportive loved one, and run your fears past them. They can probably offer you some reassurance and perspective on what is bothering you, keeping your fears under control.

When martial Artist are battling anxiety, depression or panic attacks, they often have problems with their stomach or intestines from the stress. A good way to help your digestive system when you have anxiety is to add some probiotics to your diet or a digestive enzyme supplement. This will help keep your internal plumbing healthy and eliminate problems.

Talk to a trusted friend or family member about your anxiety problems. If you tell someone else how you feel, they may be able to help you put things in perspective and help you to think positive thoughts. This can help you get rid of anxiety or at least make it better.

You should visit your physician if you are among the many sufferers of chronic anxiety. With all of the medical advances today, there are many options to help you with your anxiety. Make time to visit your doctor and discuss which treatment may be right for you.

Begin writing down your thoughts in a journal or diary. Often, people will let stress build up without expressing it, until it overwhelms them. When using a diary to let go of the stress in your mind, your brain is free to think about what is going on right now.

Exercise is a great way to eliminate anxiety from your life. This is not only good for your body, but it is good for your mind, as well. Make sure that you do not overexert yourself, but take the time every day to get out and get active, in order to reduce your anxiety.

Don’t sit still when anxiety is coming on. When you sit and brood about issues, your anxiety can spike quickly and leave you unable to function. At the onset of any anxious feelings, get up and get moving. Walk, run or exercise in some way. You will take your mind off the negative issues and allow your mind to reset.

Gaining control of emotions can be achieved through self-discipline. Once you gain control over your feelings, you can also gain more control over anxiety. Letting your negative emotions control you just feeds your anxiety and increases the frequency and severity of your attacks. Look at your emotions more objectively to improve your life.

Creating a mindset that helps to relieve your anxiety is easier than you might think. When you have the knowledge, as was presented here, you can handle issues in the proper way to avoid anxious feelings that can overwhelm you. Consider a professional assessment while you make efforts in your personal life to conquer anxiety.

The Great Fear Is Not Having Courage

Courage should define you.

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Life rewards courage and my life is an example of my bravery. As a Martial Artist my decisions reflect the fact that I am brave and capable. However, I also recognize when it is wise to be cautious.

Consider the long-term impact of your decisions and act boldly. You should feel a sense of responsibility to fully utilize your capabilities.

Others will admire your courage. While they avoid fear, you should welcome it as a chance to stretch your self and expand your courageousness as you overcome it. Fear should be your friend, but it will never visits for very long.

When you are in new situations and feel uncertain, you will feel your courage swelling within you. Once you have this feeling, you can act with certainty and comfort.

Each time you do something new; you will feel pleasantly surprised by how capable you are.

New experiences provide opportunities to exercise and strengthen your courage, and you should welcome them. Such experiences grow and enhance your other skills as well. Others will recognize your capabilities and quietly admire them.

When you go to bed remember all the things you do each day that demonstrate your bravery. This will make you feel good and increases your ability to act courageously. Every day you will feel stronger and more capable.

Today, You are ready to tackle a challenge. Be comfortable in your capability to handle this task and look forward to the experience. Your life is an example of your courageousness.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What challenges are you avoiding?
  2. Why are you avoiding them?
  3. How can you motivate myself to take action to overcome them?


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PREVENT CHILD ABDUCTION AND EXPLOITATIONKnow where your children are at all times. Be familiar with their friends and daily activities. Teach your child if he or she becomes lost to quickly tell a policeman that he or she needs help.

Be sensitive to changes in your children’s behavior; they are a signal that you should sit down and talk to them.

Be alert to a teenager or adult who is paying an unusual amount of attention to your children or giving them inappropriate or expensive gifts.

Teach your children to trust their own feelings, and assure them that they have the right to say no to what they sense is wrong.

Listen carefully to your children’s fears, and be supportive in all your discussions with them.

Teach your children that no one should approach them or touch them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable. If someone does, they must tell you immediately.

Be careful about babysitters and any other individuals who have custody of your children. Obtain references from people you trust and see if you can have access to background screening information about these individuals. Many states give people access to sex offender registries and criminal histories.


As soon as your children can articulate a sentence, they can begin the process of learning how to protect themselves against abduction and exploitation.

Children should be taught

If you are in a public place, and you get separated from your parents, don’t wander around looking for them. Go to a checkout counter, the security office, or the lost and found and quickly tell the person in charge that you have lost your mom and dad and need help finding them.

You should not get into a car or go anywhere with any person unless your parents have told you that it is okay.

If someone follows you on foot or in a car, stay away from him or her. You should not get close to any car, unless your parent or a trusted adult accompanies you.

Grownups and others who need help should not ask children for help; they should ask older people.

No one should ask you for directions or for help loooking for a “lost puppy”, or tell you that your mother or father is in trouble and that he or she will take you to them.

If someone tries to take you somewhere, quickly get away from him (or her) and yell or scream, “This man (woman) is trying to take me away” or “This person is not my father (mother).”

You should try to take a friend with you, and never go places alone.

Always ask your parents’ permission to leave the yard or play area or to go into someone’s home.

Never hitchhike or try to get a ride home with anyone unless your parents have told you it is okay to ride with him or her.

If someone wants to take your picture, tell him or her no and tell your parents or teacher.

No one should touch you in the parts of the body that would be covered by a bathing suit, nor should you touch anyone else in those areas. Your body is special and private.

Children should be taught If you are in a public place, and you get separated from your parents, don’ be afrain to get help immediately. You can be assertive, and you have the right to say no to someone who tries to take you somewhere, touches you, or makes you feel uncomfortable, scared, or confused in any way.

Lengthening Your Child’s Attention Span

A Martial Arts Parent’s Guide to Lengthening Your Child’s Attention Span

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It’s natural for children to feel restless, and the pace of modern life can make it even more difficult for them to concentrate. Video games and the internet provide constant stimulation, and immediate gratification. Kids may struggle when it comes time to listen to their teacher or perform any task that requires focusing on one thing and resisting distractions.

In fact, 87% of teachers said that modern technologies were creating a generation with short attention spans, according to a recent survey by The Pew Research Center.

As a concerned parent, you may wonder what you can do to help your child extend their attention span so that they can grow up to be productive and peaceful. Consider these suggestions.

Providing a Supportive Environment

  1. Serve nutritious foods. Fuel your child’s brain and stabilize their blood sugar with a balanced diet. They’ll want to eat their vegetables if you cut them into fun shapes and dip them in colorful sauces. Keep soda, chips, and candy to a minimum.
  2. Exercise daily. Physical activity keeps our minds sharp at any age. Gather together for a walk after dinner. Buy a gym membership for the whole family.
  3. Limit screen time. Pediatricians recommend two hours a day or less of TV and internet browsing. Decide which shows you want to watch and turn the set off in between.
  4. Rest and relax. Stick to consistent bedtimes even on weekends and summer vacations.
  5. Make learning fun. Maybe your son squirms after 10 minutes of doing homework, but you have to drag him away from his favorite video games. Turn schoolwork and chores into a contest that he’ll enjoy.
  6. Adjust your schedule. Children usually have at least one time of day when they’re at peak performance. Arrange for piano lessons before school or after lunch so the timing matches their personality.
  7. Provide a positive role model. Your child will appreciate the importance of concentrating if they see how it enhances your home life. Listen to them attentively when they describe their day at school. Team up to bake cupcakes or weed the garden.

Encouraging Constructive Habits

 Communicate face to face. It’s convenient to stay in touch by calling and texting, but kids need practice with in-person conversations. Plan for family dinners and weekend outings.

  1. Practice self-talk. Anxiety can cause a lack of focus. Guide your child on how to give themselves a pep talk when they face a challenging situation.
  2. Head outdoors. Nature has a powerful effect on our minds. A hike through the woods or an afternoon tending plants in a greenhouse will help your child to slow down and become more observant.
  3. Breathe deeply. Our breathing also influences our thoughts and feelings. Bring your child to a yoga class where they can receive instructions on fun breathing exercises. Buy them a harmonica or blow soap bubbles.
  4. Work on crafts. Children love to immerse themselves in hand-on activities like arts and crafts. Visit your local library and browse online for project ideas. You can turn a milk bottle into a bird feeder or decoupage an old picture frame.
  5. Read books. Story time is an ideal opportunity to train your child to focus while you deepen your relationship and prepare for bed. Let your child pick books that interest them, and take turns reading to each other.
  6. Make believe. For playtime, rely on toys and activities that stretch your child’s imagination. Build a stove out of a cardboard box. Act out a scene from a comic book.

Help your child to succeed in school and in the workplace. The power of concentration will help them to live mindfully, harness their energies, and achieve more with less effort.