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How a Life Coach Can Help Your Battle Against Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health ailments in the United States. Roughly 18% of adults in the US struggle with anxiety. If you have anxiety, you’re not alone. More than 40 million people share the same battle! One step you can take to help combat your anxiety is seeking the assistance of […]

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Anxiety is one of the most common mental health ailments in the United States. Roughly 18% of adults in the US struggle with anxiety. If you have anxiety, you’re not alone. More than 40 million people share the same battle!

One step you can take to help combat your anxiety is seeking the assistance of a life coach. They’ll help you recognize the mental and physical symptoms and will talk through your reactions. They’ll also provide you with tips for the future and help you track your progress.

Mental and Physical Reactions

Anxiety often causes both mental and physical reactions. You may feel panicky or out of control. Some people experience a constant sense of dread or feel tense and jumpy. Anxiety also many cause tension and irritability. Anxiety doesn’t just stop at mental responses, but also produces physical reactions. These may include a racing heart, headaches, or an upset stomach.

How A Life Coach Can Help

Life coaches understand how anxiety functions. They help people with stress and anxiety all the time, and are very understanding. You don’t need to feel embarrassed or ashamed for seeking out professional help. Even just talking through your worries with a life coach has a therapeutic effect.

Life coaches are great people to talk through your concerns with. Your coach will not only be a great listener, but they’ll be able to provide you with helpful advice. They can help you regain control of situations and provide you with thought exercises to turn to during stressful events.

They’ll also hold you accountable to your goals. With a life coach, you’ll have a great support system in place. Social support helps build resilience to stress, which is especially important if you struggle with anxiety.

They will also help you track your progress. It’s easy to get discouraged when you’re by yourself. You can lose sight of positive results and any progress you’ve made. A life coach will be with you every step of the way. They’ll be able to remind you of how far you’ve come and point you back in the right direction.

If you’re looking for someone to help in your battle against anxiety, a life coach is a great resource. A life coach will help you better understand your situation, hold you accountable, and track your progress. Anxiety isn’t something you need to face alone! Don’t be afraid to seek out help.

This article was originally published at DaviaWard.net

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