anxiety

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The following content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Check with your doctor before taking any supplements. If you are in need of immediate anxiety help, please seek a professional. 

If you’re in anxiety and looking for support, here’s a good place to start:

triage tips: right away help for anxiety & stress 

and then take a look at this:

I walk you through this worksheet here too: 10 ways to stop anxiety before it starts


Click the different sections below for support in each of the topics!

one more on anxiety/stress in general:

how to be happy: long term strategies for wellness


this is #1 thing I do when I’m in anxiety loop:

welcome meditation

other meditations:


There is a definite mind/body connection, but that also means there’s a body mind connection as well. If you’re experiencing stress or anxiety, a great place to start feeling better is to create a strong foundation within your body.

A big part of managing anxiety is regulating your nervous system. I do this through inner practice or ways in which I take time to get to know myself. Check out the section below for ways to regulate your nervous system.

Click the different sections below for support in each of the topics!


self-care oracle 

At a loss about what to do? Try this self-care oracle.

It’s super easy to not prioritize taking care of yourself, but it’s also the quickest way to burn yourself out. Use this mini oracle to help your intuition tell you what you need.

Take a screen shot of the video or stop it randomly and whatever number you receive take a look at the corresponding message for your self-care!

  1. sleep: Prioritize rest today. Early to bed!
  2. move your body: When stress and anxiety build, it can feel really good to physically move. Put on your favorite song and dance around or go take a walk outside.
  3. community: Spend time with people! Go to a study group or ask someone to catch up. This message is the opposite of isolation.
  4. meditate: This can be hard to do when you have a ton going on, but it’s when you need it the most!

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