When we feel anxious, it can be all consuming, leaving us feeling as though there is nothing we can do. But there are countless tools which have been tried and tested to help reduce anxiety. Unfortunately, there is no one size fits all, but the more tools you have in your toolkit, the more likely you are to be able to feel more in control of those anxious thoughts.
I go into far more detail explaining these tools within my book "Interrupting Anxiety: Practical Tools to Help Interrupt Anxious Thoughts", but wanted to share four key ways that can help right now.
Here is a useful infographic you can refer to and download if you would like.