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How to Stop Worrying About The Future With Easy Formula

How to Stop Worrying About The Future And Start Living Your Life Now
How to Stop Worrying About The Future And Start Living Your Life Now


What is Worrying

Worrying is a natural human behavior. We do it all the time when we're scared about something that might or might not happen in the future.

However, worrying most of the time makes things worse rather than better.

Welcome to Mobeen Malik's Motivation and today we'll be taking a look at how to stop worrying with my easy formula for you.

So, please stay until the end of my video to learn all about these great tips on how to stop worrying.

anxiety ruining job interview

Worrying is a normal part of life, and it's natural to worry about something like an unpaid bill, a job interview
a date, or simply the current situation we are living at the moment.

However, worrying becomes a problem when first of all we can't stop doing it all the time, and second of all, it's causing trouble in our work life and personal relationships.

Most people spend a lot of time worrying about Money, Health, Work, Family, and more.
They worry about what might happen if things don't go exactly to plan.

No matter what kind of worry you have, the response in your body is always the same:

It increases your stress levels Now, ask yourself the question.
  • Is it better to take care of a problem than to worry about what would happen with it?
  • When we take action to solve something, we’re taking control of our destiny, and preventing that thing that we worry might become true from doing so.
  • Constant worrying, negative thinking and always expecting the worst can take a toll on your emotional and physical health.
It can sap your emotional strength, leave you feeling restless and jumpy, cause insomnia, headaches, stomach problems and muscle tension, and make it difficult to concentrate at work or school.

how to stop worrying about health Mental Health

Health anxiety is a condition that causes healthy people to worry that they are sick ... in other cases health anxiety causes people to avoid the doctor entirely, which ... Then seek an evaluation from a mental health professional.

It can prevent you from sleeping by keeping you up at night or make you tense and edgy during most of the day. It might be difficult to stop worrying, as most worries are fueled by your beliefs.

You may believe that your constant worrying is harmful, that is going to drive you crazy or affect your physical health. Or you may worry that you're going to lose all control over your worrying That it will take over and never stop.

While negative beliefs, or worrying about worrying, add to your anxiety, and keeps worried about going, positive beliefs about worrying can be just as damaging.

On the flip side, you might also believe that your worrying actually helps you solve problems.

It's how you find solutions and keep calm, by evaluating the possible scenarios that might happen in your life. Or does it?
You need to be aware of the difference between problem-solving skills and worrying like a maniac.

If you're worrying too much for your liking, then the first thing you should do is establish what's called a ‘worry time’. if you're worrying at home, it might not seem like a big deal. But if you're at work or at your personal office, then creating a daily worry period is convenient if you want to avoid being distracted at work, school, or your home life.

Your worry period should be the same timeframe every day, and make sure it's not too early and not too late to avoid being anxious right before bedtime.

During your worry period, you're allowed to worry about whatever's on your mind.

The rest of the day, however, is a worry-free zone.
  • Think down on all the things that make you feel worried during this worrying time.
  • It's free reign for your worries, and while this might seem counterproductive, It's actually super important for a number of reasons we'll be taking a look at later, so stay until the end of my video to learn about these reasons.
  • Next, write down your worries.
  • Be it in a piece of paper, in your journal, or in your computer desktop, by writing down your worries, you can keep them trapped in that note and continuing about your day.
Remind yourself that you'll have time to think about it later, so there's no need to worry about it right now.

Also, writing down your thoughts on a pad or on your phone or computer is much harder work than simply thinking them, so your worries are more likely to lose their power Now, during your worry time, it's time to challenge those thoughts that are worrying you the most.

When you worry too much, you tend to look at the world around you in ways that make it seem more dangerous than it actually is, but the truth is that most of our worries are about scenarios that are very unlikely to pan out like that.

When you jump instantly to worst-case scenarios or treat your anxious worries as if they were right written in stone, you're only harming yourself.

what causes cognitive distortions

These are called cognitive distortions, and most of the time they aren't as accurate as you might think.
The best part of these is that cognitive distortions can be challenged and they can be defeated, which is what we're going to do now.
  • Next, when you're worrying, take a look at your notes you wrote during the day.
  • If these thoughts are still bothering you, give yourself enough time to worry about them but only do so for the amount of time you have specified for your worry period.
  • When you have identified your worry time, you’ll have trained your brain for a few weeks to only worry at that time during the day.
This will definitely take some time, but it will help you in the long term and it will help you to do what we're about to do: stopping the worry cycle.

You can do this by finding hobbies, things you like to do, or productive activities that can distract your thought process.
Remember to stay busy to prevent your worries from taking precedence.

Get up and get moving, exercise is a natural way to break the cycle because it releases endorphins which relieve tension and stress, boost energy, and enhance your sense of well-being.

You can also do some activities that aren't related to your worries or that focus you on something else entirely.

Why not call a close friend, a relative, or someone you have gone a long time without contacting?

This is best if you choose an activity that you deeply like to do, or if you do something that helps you connect with your inner self and become more mindful of your surroundings.

Try meditating, for example, which will not only distract you but also help you focus and lower your stress levels.

You'll be more mindful, you'll be more self-aware and you'll feel more empowered to work and turn your worries into nothing more than dust.

Try to observe you worrying from the perspective of someone else.

Does it make sense from the point of view of a friend of yours, for example?
  • Let's say you have an important job interview in the next few days.
  • You've been worrying non-stop and unable to sleep due to the anxiety.

However, what's better? Worrying or practicing for your interview?

You can also vent off with a friend of yours who can better ground you. Your fights against worries should not be alone.

You have friends, you have family and you have people around you who can support you with your worrying.
That means you can tell them how you feel, what you're worried about, and how to deal with them from their point of view.

Understanding that we have control over our own thoughts, and therefore our own worries can be a eureka moment and change how you think about your worries.

When you stop worrying, you'll be able to truly take control of your life.
And finally, learn that many times we can't really control our lives as much as we think.

We can work towards achieving our goals, but truly life takes its own course based on circumstances outside of our power.

It's important that you learn to let go of trying to control life desperately and allow it to be its own thing.
Once you learn that life’s not something you can control, ironically, you’ll feel more in control of your life.

You feel capable of flowing with it and reacting to its curveballs better.









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