How to Ease Your Anxiety Right Now


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Tips for Easing Anxiety

Anxiety is common in those with overactive bladder. It may be a pre-existing condition, but it many cases it is caused by the stress of managing your chronic illness.

Stress and anxiety can trigger your over active bladder and become a vicious cycle as the symptoms of OAB then trigger anxious feelings and stress. It is important to break this cycle to stop anxiety in its tracks.

Simple methods such as meditation, yoga, exercise, laughter, herbs and deep breathing, can be implemented at home to stop anxiety before it becomes a full-blown attack. The key is to remember to relax, breathe, and stop those racing thoughts.

Which of these methods have you tried? Have you found some that work best for you?

Easing Anxiety

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NewLifeOutlook TeamNewLifeOutlook Team
Apr 26, 2016
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