Nine Ways to Stop the Worry Wheels in the Sacramento Magazine

October 3, 2012

Here are Nine Ways to Stop the Worry Wheels. These were featured in the July edition of the Sacramento Magazine. I’m thrilled to have contributed to this super article and I am happy to share it with you here! I hope you enjoy it and find these nine ways helpful for stopping your worry wheels and anxiety.

  1. Put your worries in a (mental) basket
  2. Consider your locus of control
  3. Exercise
  4. Adopt an antianxiety diet
  5. Practice mindfulness
  6. Tune in to the five senses
  7. Connect with others
  8. Cognitive behavioral therapy
  9. If all else fails, medication

I really like that this fits in perfectly with the holistic approach that Richard and C.R. Zwolinki advocate on their Therapy Soup blog on Psychcentral

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Yet again, writer Cathy Cassinos-Carr has done an excellent job with this article. You can read another of her great articles here: Sweet Misery: Seven spoonfuls of wisdom about sugar

If you’d like more information on the antianxiety diet, a great resource is my book The Antianxiety Food Solution: How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood and End Cravings, available in major books stores, at Amazon and via www.antianxietyfoodsolution.com

YOU’RE WELCOME TO INCLUDE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR EZINE OR WEBSITE AS LONG AS YOU INCLUDE THIS COMPLETE BLURB WITH IT:

Trudy Scott (CN), Certified Nutritionist is the founder of www.everywomanover29.com, a thriving nutrition practice with a focus on food, mood and women’s health. Trudy educates women about the amazing healing powers of food and nutrients and helps them find natural solutions for anxiety and other mood problems. Trudy’s goal for all her clients (and all women): “You can be your healthiest, look your best and feel on-top-of-the-world emotionally!”

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Sue Painter
Sue Painter

What I like about the list is that medication is at the BOTTOM of the list, not the top. It’s so much better to try all the other options in varying combinations first. Great list!

Katherine C. H. E.
Katherine C. H. E.

Great list, and I agree with Sue, glad medication is at the bottom of the list. (But, I first read it as “meditation” and was a little surprised… then, I realized my mis-reading!! LOL!)

Love, Katherine

Mitch Tublin
Mitch Tublin

Agree that medicine should be at the bottom or maybe on another list.

Glad to see connect with others. This might be worth another

line item as in “Get Hugs From Your Closest Friend(s)”

Happy for you Trudy that you are contributing to this article.

Lisa Manyon
Lisa Manyon

Trudy,

Thanks for sharing. I am so happy to see other choices coming before medication. While medication can be necessary, I prefer natural remedies.

Write on!~

Lisa

Cathy Cassinos-Carr
Cathy Cassinos-Carr

Trudy – thanks so much for posting my article. Your contributions were vital to the story, and I thank you. Always enjoy collaborating with you!

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