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Simple Anxiety Therapy Exercise

Simple Anxiety Therapy Exercise

by Jen Springer


Exercise is an important part of any health and wellness routine.

But sometimes, finding the time, or the place, or the right kind of exercise can cause the very anxiety attacks it’s suppose to help cure.

Here’s a little anxiety therapy exercise you can do anywhere, any time you feel your stress level start to rise:

Take a look around your surroundings. Find and focus on one object that is pleasant to look it. It may be small or large, brightly colored or quiet and dark. If you’re outdoors, for example, it may be a leaf on a bush, or the mailbox on the corner.

Whatever it is, you want to focus all your attention on this object as you inhale and exhale slowly and deeply for one to two minutes. While you are doing this exercise, try not to let any other thoughts or feelings enter your mind. If they do, just return your attention to the object.


At the end of this exercise you will probably feel more HGH peaceful and calmer.

Any tension or nervousness that you were feeling should be diminished. In fact, the more often you do this, the faster and easier it should become to “train” your body to calm itself. What may have taken you five minutes the first time you did this, may only take two after a while.


Try this simple anxiety therapy the next time you feel those unsettling feelings trying to take over your sanity.


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Jen Springer is a Holistic Nutrition Expert who currently serves 10,000 clients.  Her approach to health is refreshing and out of the box, yet makes so much sense.  Through her entertaining and informative webinars, blog posts, and personal recovery program Let’s Get Physical: Anxiety is NOT All in Your Head, her clients quickly get results even though  they’ve spent years of chasing for answers. Jen has been a health educator and practitioner for the last 10 years.

3 Responses to “Simple Anxiety Therapy Exercise”

  1. Frances says:

    Hello Jen,

    This post of yours is a tremendous help! I’m practicing your anxiety therapy tips now. If this might be of help, let me cite a wonderful counseling webpage. They also offer different therapy strategies and I hope this could be of help as references. Have a wonderful day.:)

  2. Cherry says:

    I’m willing to give this a try! I’ve tried many things. Most tips haven’t worked for me.. but then, no one’s walked in my shoes either! Lay it on me! If this helps me, I will surely pass it on to EVERYONE I KNOW .. even strangers!

  3. admin says:

    Also be sure to listen to the Adrenal Audio under Free Downloads Cherry! Lot’s of good stuff there.
    When you’re ready for the next move, http://letsgetphysicalebook.com

    Be well,

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