Why do I worry so much?
Did you ever ask yourself why some people always worry and have anxiety while others remain calm? What is the secret that makes some people lead a stressful life filled with worry while others lead a happy life filled with peace of mind? Do you ask yourself the question “Why do I worry so much?”
To answer these questions, first we have to define what worry is. What is worry? Worry is the result of your thoughts and how you react negatively to different situations in life. As I mentioned in my newest e-book which has been released today “How to overcome worry?” that Hans Hugo Bruno Selye who spent more than 60 years studying worry said worry is a reaction from the body towards an event or situation. Freud also defined worry as a reaction to unknown danger.
Do you know research also shows that about half the people in the hospitals are there due to nervous and emotional problems such as fear, tension, worry, suppression, and depression? Doctors know that that low heart beats, nausea are the results of emotional problems.
Kinds of anxiety and worry
Now that you know what worry is, you need to know the kinds of anxiety and worry. According to research, there are 3 main kinds of worry, normal, acceptable, and unwanted.
Normal anxiety and worry is good for you. For example, you should be worried if someone is going to shoot you with a gun. You should be worried to jump from the top of a skyscraper. You should be worried to drive 120 mph on the highway.
Besides normal worry, there is acceptable worry. Acceptable worry is when you worry over your child going off to college, over a sick person, or over something for a short period of time.
Unwanted worry, constant worry, or as some call it “excessive worry” is the kind of worry that you have to learn to overcome since it could harm your body and affect your life in a negative way.
Remember that many people spend their day worrying about something they have no control of and by interpreting situations in a negative way. If you are one of them, then you need to learn how to overcome worry and anxiety from your life, so you can have peace of mind.
Before I end this post, remember to overcome worry and have peace of mind, end each day with thoughts of peace. Begin each day with thoughts of peace. Continue thinking thoughts of peace throughout your precious day and happiness will be yours.
Have you ever wondered why some people are happy and have peace of mind while others keep worrying? Why do some people’s life filled with worry while others filled with happiness and peace of mind? My e-book How to overcome worry answers those questions and teaches you the scientific ways to control and overcome worry and have peace of mind.
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