Thank you for taking care of yourself by taking this test!
Here are your results and recommendations
on how to better manage anxiety and negative thoughts
Your Anxiety Level is Mild. What does it mean?
You may feel heightened feelings or mild nervousness, but your healthy state of mind helps you to improve your attention and problem-solving abilities and motivates you to work harder toward a goal. You also can effectively learn something new and help others.

You can strengthen your mental state and maintain your low level of anxiety by trying the relaxing CBT practices we've picked out for you below.
You regularly have anxious thoughts and worries about the future milling around in your head, but you can control them.
It's a life-changing journey!
✔ Restore the ability to rest pleasantly
✔ Return to the most powerful you
✔ Look at your troubling thoughts from the outside
✔ Reduce irritability
✔ 15 min a day only
What Will Help You Stay Mentally Healthy?
Join 2-Week Anxiety Reduction Challenge
What You Can Do Now to Manage Anxiety and Feel Better
We recommend you doing this three CBT practices with proven efficiency every day to help manage stress anxiety.
Play relaxing music and give yourself a moment of pleasure :)
The purpose of this exercise is to help your mind reject negative thoughts to enjoy the magic of the present moment. That's exactly what you need right now.

It’s going to be both yummy and relaxing.

Sit comfortably, put raisins or a similar small food in front of you, and tap Play to complete the meditation.
2. Experience Mindfulness While Eating
1. Breathing for 5 Minutes to Feel Calm and Resilient
Work up to 10 rounds of this breathing pattern.If you begin to feel lightheaded, take a break by releasing both nostrils and breathing normally.
Sit quietly. Slowly inhale and exhale to begin.
Close off your right nostril with your thumb.
Inhale through your left nostril.
Close off your left nostril with your ring finger.
Open and exhale through your right nostril.
Inhale through your right nostril....
Did you enjoy journaling your thoughts? If so, try our FREE Journal Templates to more effectively outline your feelings and practice gratitude at any time.
Notice and write down things you enjoyed today.

Things that you can be grateful for include family, friends, home, community, work, and school. Thank them loud for good news, mood or impact to your life.

Remember the bad. To be grateful in your current state, it's helpful to remember the hard times you've experienced.
3. Take 5 minutes to Journal to Practice Gratitude
✔ 50 mindfulness practices to return to a peaceful you
✔ 3 anti-anxiety journals to manage disturbing thoughts
✔ 24/7 mentor support to reduce irritability and tension
✔ 14 inspiring gifts to restore the ability to rest pleasantly
Stop Worrying and Start Living with
2-Week Anxiety Reduction Challenge
What Is Anxiety?
Anxiety is your body's natural response to stress and uncertainty. It's a feeling of fear or apprehension about what's to come. Everyone goes through this emotional turmoil, and it's completely normal. But, we need to be aware of the difference between productive problem-solving and wheel-spinning worry.

Common symptoms of unhealthy anxiety include:

- Feeling nervous, tense, or fearful
- Difficulty concentrating
- Sleep problems
Increased anxiety often interferes with your ability to focus at work, attend social functions, eat and sleep, and emotionally connect with family and friends.
If your feelings of anxiety are extreme, last several months, and are interfering with your life, you may develop an anxiety disorder. That's why it's important to identify rising levels of anxiety in time and deal with them.
How to Manage It?
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a highly effective tool to cope with high levels of anxiety and treat anxiety disorders.

The focus of CBT treatment is on finding practical solutions to manage your:
• Thoughts

CBT techniques for anxiety help you cope with wheel-spinning worry symptoms and develop healthy habits to better manage stress and negative emotions.
We are here to make it work for you!
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