Get to bed early
Sleeping late tends to encourage your inner worries. Studies show that going to bed late and sleeping for less than 8 hours makes one think of negative outcomes than when one has a regular sleep time. Late sleepers also tend to dwell on past events and worrying about the future. Hence they are more likely to suffer from stress-related diseases such as anxiety, stress-disorder, traumatic stress, and depression. Therefore, if you want to overcome a worry on something, ensure you sleep at the right time and get enough rest of 8 hours.
Use a body pillow
Taking your leisure time in finding some Zen can help get rid of the anxiety in the brain. It helps in wiping away the stress and replacing it with inner peace. If you find yourself stressed, anxious, tense and worried you could try meditating. This is because spending sometime meditating helps you remain calm and earns you inner peace. Meditation is also in expensive as no equipment is required. This means that anyone can practice it. It is also a favorable method as it can be practiced in any place whether you are walking or in a bus.
Ask yourself if the problem is solvable
Sometimes you worry so much to the point that becomes in capable of tolerating uncertainty hence anxiety and stress. Worrying is seen as a way of predicting what the future may have in store for you, but it does not actually work. Thinking of all things that may go wrong does not make life any predictable. You should, therefore, focus on good things instead of worst scenarios. This is because worrying about the possible bad things does not prevent them from happening bt instead it makes you miss the good things happening.
Although worrying can be good if it motivates you to take a problem-solving action if you are preoccupied with stress over worst case scenarios which are unchangeable then worrying has become a problem. Chronic worrying is an emotional and mental habit that can be overcome. You should train your brain to look at life positively.