Anxiety & Preparedness

There is a fine line between preparedness and anxiety.

In preparing for something, I might also build myself up into a frenzy of anxiety.

I’ll imagine all of the possible worst case scenarios before I convince myself that whatever I’m anticipating will be a disaster.

You can’t tell me that I’m the only person who thinks this way? I think most of us do, but we are just too afraid to admit it.

I get that, I really do. For some of us, it is hard, to be honest, and to speak our true feelings. We don’t want to be judged. We don’t want others to perceive us in a different way. So, what do we do? We just suffer in silence. Oftentimes, we self-treat symptoms of anxiety and the resulting stress by using products that offer anti-anxiety effects, like those available through Kona Kratom, or we turn to other coping mechanisms. It is true, to an extent, that this could help treat the symptoms. However what about the underlying cause of the disease that sleeps undisturbed inside our minds and refuses to leave unless the right steps are taken to deal with it? And when you are dealing with your anxiety about an unknown situation, the last thing you want to think about is how others will see you going forward.

But what if I were to tell you that speaking out may just be the best thing that you ever decide to do, especially when you have anxiety? You aren’t alone, and people who have been in the same situation will be able to lend you a helping hand. However, if your anxiety is severe, you should consult a certified doctor and take the appropriate medication prescribed by them. These medications can enhance calming effects in the brain through the central nervous system. Having said that, Advice from people who have been in the same boat could also prove to be significantly helpful. All you have to do is find that courage.

Of course, there may be some things that you don’t agree with, but they may just say something that will help you. For example, if you reach out to a person who was feeling anxious up until the big presentation they had at work, only to find that they were taking cannabis-infused products (that you can get delivered from somewhere like breeze recreational cannabis) to help them take their mind off it in the evening and to relax, and it worked, then surely this is a bit of positive news? Anything that has been known to help someone should be considered. I know people who have used products similar to Faded Cannabis and they have worked fantastically for them. If you can find something like cannabis that can help to calm you down, go for it!

If it doesn’t work, you haven’t lost out on anything. You will have just come to the conclusion that this treatment path isn’t the best one for you.

The worst thing you can do is worry because it won’t get you anywhere. The day of your scenario won’t come any quicker and you won’t be able to change what will happen until then. You’re just making yourself feel worse for nothing.

I almost always walk out thinking that it wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it would be.

Be prepared. Yes.

But don’t overthink it.