Overcome Overthinking!

Drifting away with the wind, blown up by the immense stress, unaware of what’s happening around, mind block getting down on your veins, things not rolling into your place and that’s how I can sum up the life of our adults – broke, unstable and insatiable!

 

 

Overthinking and anxiety go hand in hand. It can stop you from enjoying your social events, disturb your sleep, undermine your job performance and what not so typically, overthinking can make you leave not only mentally disturbed but exhausted. Trust me, it can actually get your walls down. So, this blog post is for all those who have a habit of overthinking and constant anxiety issues.

What is Overthinking?

 

 

Overthinking is actually “under-thinking”. It is basically the repetition of obsessive, non- productive thoughts that are likely to be bothering you and often, overthinking is the result of a combination of issues that haven’t been fully analyzed. Over-thinking triggers worry – worry destroys your capacity to take and stick by your decisions. Over-thinking leads to increased circulation of blood throughout the brain and body – this leads to an Inability to relax, easily angered and always feeling something bad/wrong is going to happen.

 

Stop Overthinking. Negativity lives there!

 

What are the Symptoms and Signs of Overthinking and Anxiety –

  • You can’t sleep.
  • You self- medicate.
  • You’re always tired.
  • You want to control everything.
  • You obsess about failure.
  • You don’t trust your own judgement.
  • You get tension headaches.

 

 

How can you tackle them?

  • Awareness is the beginning of change.

 

 

Being aware of what’s happening inside and outside of you is necessary. People often tend to confuse between sadness and being depressed. If you know what’s going on with you, this means you’re sad and not depressed. So, on the primary importance talk to yourself, and find out what’s going wrong in the system. Any time you find yourself doubting or feeling stressed or anxious without any reason, step back and look at the moment on how you’re responding.

Awareness is the seed of the change you want to make!

 

  • Don’t think of what can go wrong but think of what can go right.

A single emotion, fear has the power to turn your most beautiful frames to disasters. If you’re focusing on all the negative things that might happen to you if you have actually made it easy for you to become paralyzed of the situation.  Just stop!

Visualize all those things that can go in your favour and look forward to a good time awaiting you!

 

 

  • Swirl yourself into happiness.

Being happy and spreading love and happiness will not only give you strength to fight but also the power to stand in those tough times. Be a happy yet dope soul. Spend time on things like meditation, in your hobbies and trust me, this will distance you from all those issues enough to get you mad.

 

  • Change your view of fear.

With deep fear comes deep anxiety. I have observed people being in fear about exams, about their interviews and you know what’s the only thing common in each and everyone? Prediction of the outcome even before the deed was done. Funny, isn’t it?

Remember every opportunity is a new beginning, a place to start again!

 

  • Accept your best.

Not accepting what you are capable of might lead you to unwanted destinations. The fear that grounds overthinking is often based on the feeling that you’re not good enough, or smart enough or hardworking enough. Once you’ve given an effort, accept it as look forward to the results. Don’t stress too much as the results are not in your control so why worry? You have already done what you could do.

Above given were the best five tips from my side and trust me, these have worked for me and will surely work for you as well provided you work.

Your Future Is Calling, Go There And Live Your Life On Your Own Terms!

That’s all for today. Thank you for staying until the end and don’t forget to share with your friends, your family etc.

Will see you in the next one, people!

TA’DA

 

 

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