Easing Anxiety in a Shaky Society

Can You Accept Change If It Means Better Health?

"Security is mostly a superstition…"
–Helen Keller


We can ALL likely benefit from the simple words of a woman who overcame many challenges despite her physical limitations of sight and sound! It's important to take a look at our own perspectives while and how we manage change-related anxiety.

Whether it's related to our physical or mental health or just the evolution of our daily lives, change really is inevitable. While it is very important to engage in some form of planning, unexpected events will inevitably occur, forcing us to alter our plan, and as they say, "roll with the punches".

We have all felt a little anxiousness creep in at some time point or time. In fact, some degree of anxiety is perfectly normal (even healthy), in both children and adults—from work and school-related performance or situational factors to major life-changing events like moving or loss of employment.

However, while some people can transition more easily than others, excessive or ill-managed anxiety can manifest and become dangerous and should be properly monitored.

"Become a student of change. It is the only thing that will remain constant."
– Anthony J. D’Angelo

While change can be a major source of stress, challenging you to let go of the past and comfortable routines, it also offers opportunities for growth and improvement. As Helen Keller pointed out, there is often the illusion that you can manage change by controlling the world around you—when in fact, change is most effectively managed from within.

"The most successful people are those who are good at plan B."
–James Yorke

By developing a strong sense of self, including being open to new possibilities and managing stress and change in healthy ways, you can not only benefit from change but embrace it—which can ultimately ease anxiety that used to stem from the unknown. When we shift our perspectives to focus on the positives of change, life becomes an adventure and far less daunting.

Using Natural Remedies to Help

Whether it's anxiety, stress, lack of sleep or just life that's making you roll with the punches, there are many herbal and homeopathic remedies that can help. These remedies help maintain harmony, health, and systemic balance for emotional balance and well-being, all without side effects or sedation.

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PureCalm

PureCalm is a 100% safe, non-addictive herbal remedy that has been specially formulated by a Clinical Psychologist for adults and children to safely maintain harmony, health and systemic balance in the brain and nervous system, without harmful side effects.

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