Breathing Exercises to Calm Anxiety

Stress, anxiety, and depression are all becoming more and more prominent issues in our society. Why? We’re stressed out by the demands of society on a modern lifestyle, and many of us aren’t aware of how to combat these feelings when they sneak up on us. Using affirmations with breathing exercises to calm anxiety are a great way to stop negative thoughts dead in their tracks.

Find a quite place to practice your deep breathing exercises. Read and reflect using the affirmation below.

If you are one of the many who suffer from anxiety, sometimes feeling like you are under constant pressure, even when there is no apparent threat present, then you’ll be happy to know that there are ways to relieve this stress naturally.

The 15 minute Audio Guided Mediation for Anxiety Relief MP3 – It Comes and Goes will help you to relieve anxiety naturally using meditation and other relaxation techniques.

Affirmation Using Breathing Exercises to Calm Anxiety

I breathe in calmness and breathe out anxiety.

Each breath I take cleanses my mind. Calmness fills my lungs and spreads throughout my body with each inhalation. Stress and anxiety leave my body as I exhale. I spend the entire day constantly renewing myself as I breathe. I breathe in calmness and breathe out anxiety.

Breathing is my anchor to peace and serenity. Put your hand on your stomach. Take a deep breath in slowly through your nose. Breathe in calmness. Your stomach should rise. Let your breath out slowly through your mouth releasing your anxiety.

I am always at peace, because I can take my breath everywhere I go.

Focusing on my breathing keeps my mind in the present moment. There is nothing to worry about in the present, only in the past or the future. I know anxiety is temporary. By remaining present, I naturally feel calm and relaxed.

My ability to relax in stressful situations continues to grow. I sometimes feel anxious in the most stressful situations, but I am strengthening my ability to cope with them. I am so pleased with my progress. I know I can handle anything life may bring my way.

My ability to enjoy my life is increasing, too. My true-self is being revealed by my calm mental state. I am free of stress and anxiety.

Today, I remember to be aware of my breath and the many benefits it provides. I allow all of my stress and worries to leave my body with each breath. I welcome the soothing powers of each breath of fresh air. I breathe in calmness and breathe out anxiety.

Self-Reflection Questions after the Breathing Exercises to Calm Anxiety :

What is causing me the most stress in my life right now? What can I do about it?

Do I allow my mind to focus too much on the past or the future?

What is one action step I can take to live in the moment?

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