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Signs that you constantly worry

Updated on December 16, 2015

Do you worry a lot?

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Find yourself worrying all the time?
Find yourself worrying all the time?

Everyone worries whether it be over a little problem or a big problem but when does worrying about stuff become a health hazard? I've put together some signs that you or somebody you may know worries to much in their life.

Sleep: You find it hard getting to sleep. For example, You get into bed then all of a sudden you think your oven is on, if you don't check you get an image that your house will burn down and everyone will die. Your mind overreacts and it can be very dramatic. If your finding it hard to get to sleep you could be also waking up on edge.

Be aware constant checking can be a sign of obsessive compulsive disorder.

Concentration: You have had a long day, you just want to relax, so you go to sit down and watch a film but your mind keeps going over things. You just can't get involved in what your trying to watch. You find this happening most of the time or other people have not your behaviour.

Overthinking: If you worry a lot you can go over and over the tiniest of details of a situation. You could be going over something that happened years ago. This is very tiring for your mind. You could also be going over a conversation you had with somebody, wondering what that person meant by something they said or even going over what you said analysing whether something sounded ok or not.

Worrying is part of anxiety. Mindfulness and relaxing can help quieten the thoughts of constant worrying. Being in the present moment can help your mind stop racing.. Remember worrying does not solve anything, it just keeps your mind busy and makes you tired. Another good way to find out if your worries are important or not is to ask yourself the question, can I solve this problem?

Stop your suffering and become aware in the present moment.

Feel free and give yourself a break from worrying. You can do it!
Feel free and give yourself a break from worrying. You can do it!

Can diet help?

Many people have said that diet can help being anxious or worrying. Here are some Foods/drinks that might help you along.

Chaomile tea: Relax and have a cup of this relaxing tea.

Omega-3 fatty acids: You can find this in walnuts and almonds. Have a handful a day.

Dark chocolate: Can help naturally lower your blood pressure. Remember eating chocolate is ok only in small doses!

Whole grains: Found in pasta and bread. Can boost magnesium levels in the body.

Berries: Rich in vitamins to help combat the stress. It is considered a superfood by many people.

Being deficient in vitamins and minerals can contribute feeings of anxiety and worry. One way to rule any problems you may have is to have a blood test done.


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    • denise.w.anderson profile image

      Denise W Anderson 

      2 years ago from Bismarck, North Dakota

      Worry can really be a health problem! I tend to do it more than I should. In order to combat it, I have to red flag the thoughts that are keeping it going. Things such as "What if?" questioning, especially, lead to worry issues that snowball into anxiety. I have to challenge them, and work through them in order to calm my fears and stop the worry.


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