How to Fight Lex Luthor By Stopping Excessive Anxieties |

How to Fight Lex Luthor By Stopping Excessive Anxieties |

Today we are going to touch on a rather sensitive topic. Today we talk about anxiety. It is something that almost everyone struggles silently with; It’s something that people battle deep down every time life takes a turn. It is something that most people have to face alone by themselves with no one to turn to because of the fear that they will be judged.

Let’s just take a moment to define just what is anxiety

According to merriam-webster, it is:
(1) :  apprehensive uneasiness or nervousness usually over an impending or anticipated ill:  a state of being anxious
b :  mentally distressing concern or interest
c :  a strong desire sometimes mixed with doubt, fear, or uneasiness

While it’s normal to have anxiety however it becomes a concern anxiety takes hold over a person’s life till the point where the person becomes worrisome over everything.

It is not abnormal for people to have excessive anxiety. Allot of people fear and doubt in their own reality.

Let’s see what people are saying on Twitter

Let’s look at “anxiety” in the news

UNI holding a conference to help all forms of PTSD holding a conference to help all forms of PTSD Members of the Veterans Association say PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) does not only affect veterans. People who did not serve in the military also can have it. The conference will discuss different ways to treat people with PTSD and where they can go get help.

Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser Opens Up About Her Past With Self-Harm, Depression and Anxiety: ‘I Was So Miserable’

Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser Opens Up About Her Past With Self-Harm, Depression and Anxiety: ‘I Was So Miserable’ Shannon Purser attends the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Expo Hall on January 29, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Steve Granitz/ Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser came face to face with the Demogorgon in her …

Woman who suffers from depression, anxiety missing in Lunenburg

Woman who suffers from depression, anxiety missing in Lunenburg The Lunenburg Sheriff’s Office says a 64-year-old woman from Bowling Green who suffers from depression and anxiety is missing. Ruth Alice Howard was last seen at Prior’s Country Store in the Nutbush area of the county around 10 a.m. Monday. She was seen …

As you can see, if you are struggling with anxiety, you are clearly not alone.

smiling in anxiety

When you think about anxiety, you may picture someone who suffers from panic attacks or crippling self-doubt. There are some subtle signs you struggle with anxiety that may be easy to fly under the radar. Please note, this does not mean that you must have a full-blown anxiety disorder if you happen to bite your fingernails every once in a while.

When it comes to anxiety, sometimes you will feel it in your gut. As noted in Calm Clinic, the same hormones that affect your anxiety can also do a number on your digestive tract. If your persistent stomach issues don’t seem to have any other cause, consider the possibility of anxiety.

Of course, none of this is intended to cause you even more worry or fear. But if these signs ring true for your situation, then you may want to learn more about anxiety and the many ways you may cope with the condition. For instance, some people may benefit from simply becoming more aware of their tendencies toward anxiety, whereas others may find relief through talk therapy with a trained counselor. Whatever the case, remember that you do not have to suffer from feeling tightly wound and nervous all the time.

Help is available.

Sure, everyone may feel a little nervous before giving a big presentation or going to a job interview. But ,as explained in Help Guide, people who are exceptionally nervous in common social situations may have an anxiety disorder. As further noted by Help Guide, if making small talk or calling someone on the phone makes you unduly nervous, then anxiety may be to blame.

Sometimes your dentist may be the first person to recognize the potential signs of anxiety. According to WebMD, teeth grinding may be caused by anxiety or other stressors. As further noted by WebMD, teeth grinding may show up in the form of a sore jaw or even a headache.

Biting your nails or constantly playing with your hair may be another potential sign of anxiety, as explained in Medical Daily. If your pen caps are all chewed beyond recognition, then you may want to consider the possibility of an anxiety problem.

Granted, it can be difficult for many people to maintain concentration in the age of smart phones. But according to the Mayo Clinic, finding concentration difficult (or even ‘blanking out’) is one possible sign of an anxiety disorder.

Have trouble sitting still?

According to Anxiety Centre, feeling fidgety or jumpy may be another potential sign of anxiety.

Sure, shyness is nice, but it can also be debilitating. Also, it can be difficult to tell the difference between shyness and a social anxiety disorder. But according to the Social Anxiety Institute, the boundaries of these conditions may overlap, and it’s helpful to work with a professional to determine whether you are coping with extreme shyness or anxiety.

Does your brain sometimes toss out thoughts that are bizarre but difficult to escape? Many people with anxiety have to deal with a mind-bending reality: they know their thoughts are irrational, but are often unable to cut them off, as explained in Everyday Health. These thoughts are yet another potential symptom of anxiety. 11 Subtle Signs You Struggle With Anxiety

Here are 7 tips to help bust anxiety


Take a walk, ride your bike, go to the gym, participate in martial arts – whatever it takes to release stress. You should engage in a physical hobby which will naturally relieve your anxiety and improve your overall wellness.

Get out of your head by getting outside.

A change of geography, such as a day trip, mini-vacation, or even a walk on the beach can have a positive impact on your mental state.  Fresh air and change of scenery can do wonders. Regardless of whether it is snowing or sunny out, some time spent outside can do you much good and decrease your anxiety levels.

Connect with new and old friends and acquaintances.

There are numerous ways of doing so, ranging from a simple phone call to contacting them through social media.  Reminiscing about old times or planning get-togethers can ease stress and promote joy.


Helping others will not only benefit others but give you a sense of purpose. By helping those less fortunate, it will make you calmer and feel better.

Eat healthy.

The old adage still holds true, “You are what you eat.”  Being more conscious of the choices you make in dietary intake will increase your energy level and make you more stress- resistant, as you become more mentally fit to tackle the challenges that confront you. The more green and leafy vegetables the better, as those release calming antioxidants and provide essential vitamins that help protect your mental health.

Think “O2E,” which refers to Opposite to Emotion.

Be different and unique

This is a concept from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) which challenges you to do the opposite of what you’re feeling. So, for example, if you normally isolate or sleep to deal with sadness or depression, you are encouraged to engage in behaviors which are more typical of a person who is not sad or depressed. This one takes some imagination and creativity, but it is rooted in the concept that changing your behaviors in turn changes your mental outlook which, in turn, reinforces more proactive behaviors. It’s as if you stepped outside of yourself and created a new reality of what is possible. You are no longer a slave to stress inducing emotions and come to the realization that you can choose how to feel by changing the way you act.

Practice yoga, meditation and/or progressive muscle relaxation.

Yoga combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation. It’s a “total mind-body workout.” It helps reduce stress and anxiety and promote mental and physical stamina. Studies have shown its effectiveness in reducing anxiety and overcoming depression. Progressive muscle relaxation is a technique for learning to monitor and control muscular tension. Daily practice reduces worry, stress and physical ailments, such as stomach and headaches. Being mindful makes one aware of what one is feeling and experiencing in the moment while remaining in a calm, accepting state. Applied relaxation focuses on muscle relaxation and visual cues to maintain that state of calm and acceptance. Yoga and other meditative techniques have proven highly effective in reducing or deactivating the “anticipatory anxiety” normally associated with generalized anxiety disorder.



With these great tips, I hope that you would be able to combat and overcome excessive anxiety. owever the greatest thing to overcome is the first step towards doing something about it. It’s okay to be scared.

“It’s OKAY to be scared. Being scared means you’re about to do something really, really brave.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

However, the fear and do it anyway. Hmmm…that reminds me of a very good book that I read before! I guess I would just have to cover that in another post.
So with these tips, I hope that you would just like a superman movie, your superhero suit emerges to fight Lex Luthor…or your anxieties 😉
Meanwhile, here is a video to enjoy!

Share this post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *