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The 30 Day Anxiety Challenge

Anxiety is not fun. Not at all. It stops you from doing daily tasks and keeps you up at night, so we decided to design a challenge for you. Make it through the 30 days and I am sure you will feel better about your anxiety and find it easier to control your thoughts. A few of these are the same on a few day so perhaps you can form a habit of them. Challenge a few friends to do it with you. So let's start your challenge if you are up for it.

Day 1 : Meditate As Long As Possible

Day 2 : Listen To Calming Music

Day 4 : Watch Or Read Something Funny

Day 5 : Go For A Run Or A Jog

Day 6 : Say The Alphabet Backwards

Day 7 : Visualise A Happy Place

Day 8 : Write down your worries and throw them in a bin

Day 9 : Roll A Tennis Ball Under Your Feet

Day 10 : Stretch

Day 11 : Massage Your Scalp

Day 12 : Meditate As Long As Possible

Day 13 : Have A Warm Bath

Day 14 : Count Backwards From 50

Day 15 : Meditate As Long As Possible

Day 16 : Go For A Walk

Day 17 : Try The 5-4-3-2-1 Technique

Day 18 : Spend Time With Someone Who Might Calm You

Day 19 : Try Yoga

Day 20 : Smile

Day 21 : Stretch

Day 22 : Eat Something With Carbohydrates

Day 23 : Go For A Walk

Day 24 : Fix Your Posture For The Day

Day 25 : Draw Or Paint

Day 26 : Do A Puzzle Or Play A Game

Day 27 : Take A Hot Bath

Day 28 : Dance Till You're Tired

Day 29 : Give Yourself A Long Hug

Day 30 : Meditate As Long As Possible

Try this challenge and keep us updated in the comments about how it went! If anxiety is causing you to struggle with daily tasks, perhaps Good Luck!

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