A new British study of more than 65,000 people who reported feeling even mild anxiety, which could keep then awake at night, or depleted their self-confidence, were 16% more likely to die over a 10 year period than others that had no such worries
Approximately one out of four people experience mild anxiety. Mild stressors, concerns about work, finances, or relationships are all contributors to mild anxiety. The solution or at least ways you can cope with this common problem are: Exercise (Brisk walking), mediation (If you can’t find a quiet place in your home, try sitting on a stool in the shower. Do not turn the water on), for 10 or 15 minutes. Talk therapy and taking a natural B-Complex vitamin supplement. Also Calcium and Magnesium 500mg and 250mg at bedtime can help you to relax and get a good night’s sleep.
Remember the old song, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy!!”
by Dr. Earl Mindell