Anxiety Self-management plan

Why this resource is helpful:

If you have: Severe worry, nervousness, feel anxious or your anxious feelings affect your ability to do your daily activities. Trouble falling asleep or problems sleeping that lasts longer than four weeks.
Uncontrollable, obsessive thoughts
Nightmares, or flashbacks of traumatic experiences
Severe muscle tension
Drowsiness, lack of energy
Confusion, disorientation
Dizziness, lightheadedness
Nausea, stomach upset
Take alcohol or other drugs wit your anxiety
medication

Quoted From: https://tvc.org/wp-content/uploads/cocm-1-anxiety-self-management-plan.pdf

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