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Defining Emotions: Why Do I Feel Anxious?

Chances are, you’re well acquainted with feeling anxious.

Think back to the first day of a new school year.

Or maybe a first date with someone new.

You probably felt apprehensive, nervous, or even scared when you had to speak in front of a crowd.



These feelings can all describe the anxiousness you feel when facing something new or difficult. If you feel anxious, know that that nervous, uneasy, wound-up feeling can strike anyone, for any number of reasons.

For most of us, anxiousness is a passing feeling — a situational thing. Maybe you feel it around your in-laws. It might arise a few hours or days before you take the stage or head to a job interview. But once the experience is over, it usually goes away. But what if it doesn’t? What if you feel anxious often? Does this mean you actually have an anxiety disorder?

Why Do I Feel Anxious So Frequently?

Extreme or long-lasting feelings of anxiousness that interfere with your life may be a mental health issue requiring diagnosis or medication from a licensed professional. But simply feeling anxious in certain situations, or from time to time, doesn’t necessarily mean you have this problem.

Maybe your boss intimidates you. Perhaps you’ve decided to go back to school. Maybe you have to give a presentation in front of clients, and you don’t even want to think about it. Have you ever had an experience or time in your life that made you really anxious? Most of us have. But if your body hasn’t fully processed that feeling, it’s possible that this emotional energy can become trapped in your body. This can make you feel like an anxious person…when you might not be that way at all.

If this sounds like you, you might think you’re just “wired that way.” You might keep telling yourself to relax or chill out. Hot baths, reading, meditation, or yoga may bring momentary relaxation, but before long, you might feel wound up again. Unless these feelings get in the way of living your life or make you afraid to get out of bed (see a doctor if they do), a simple trapped emotion of anxiousness could explain why you feel the way you do.

Releasing Trapped Anxiousness

The Emotion Code™ energy healing method could help you feel like yourself again as you release the potential trapped energy of anxiousness. You can follow the instructions in the newly expanded book or download your free starter kit to see how it works. In a matter of minutes, you could release pent-up feelings of nervousness and even fear, to finally feel relaxed. You might feel calmer, lighter, or more free than you have in quite a while. Try it and see how it might help you alleviate your anxious feelings.


Source: https://discoverhealing.com

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