A moderate level of anxiety is:
Without a moderate level of anxiety you likely wouldn’t care about the consequences of failing to eat healthy or workout, failing to study for an exam, failing to practice good hygiene, etc.
Anxiety becomes problematic when:
Being a student is an incredibly stressful time in life. Some common contributors to anxiety in students include financial pressures, being constantly evaluated academically, living up to the expectations of loved ones, being involved in a serious relationship, and having to make decisions that will impact your career.
Some natural strategies to help reduce anxiety include:
When anxiety surpasses a healthy level, it is very treatable with psychotherapy, medication, or some combination of the two.
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