International Panic Day on 18th June 2016 serves as a reminder to all of us to step back and relax a bit. If you are on the hunt for ways to better manage stress and anxiety you may be interested in an article I recently wrote for International Panic Day that appeared on the Psychology Matters Asia website. You can click on this link to view the full article for International Panic Day .
Anxiety is one of the most common emotional issues around the world. They estimate that 1 in 5 men will struggle with anxiety at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, the numbers are even higher for women at 1 in 3. So the next time you are out to dinner with your friends and family look around the table closely. It may strike you our one of your loved ones.
There are many ways that we can improve how we manage stress and anxiety. Life may still offer up challenges for us to face. However, this doesn’t mean that we need to get swept away in the chaos. By implementing a few lifestyle changes you may be surprised at how well you are able to cope with these issues.
Read the full International Panic Day article to learn more about managing anxiety and stress.