Feeling Anxious Makes it Harder to Stop Feeling Anxious

Danger surrounds an anxious person. Life is a loop of feeling anxious, noticing threats, and feeling anxious all over again. This is called “threat bias.” To get a handle on this condition, inhibition must be increased. Inhibition allows a person to control rampant negative thinking. People with more anxiety are prone to have less inhibition, and are often unable to control threatening thoughts from interfering with their daily mental life. To regain control, sleep and exercise are paramount. Healthy practices in theses areas support cognitive abilities that make inhibition possible.

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