Anxiety Worksheets

If you suffer with anxiety or are prone to experiencing periods of high anxiety, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure about how to move forwards from it. By spending time on mindfulness techniques, discovering your inner voice and working on your self-esteem, you can greatly improve your body and mind’s reaction to anxiety inducing situations. This is where our anxiety worksheets come into play.

Scroll down to view a range of downloadable PDFs which can be easily printed off and filled in to help you deal with your anxiety. In addition to our worksheets for anxiety we have audio and further information below about anxiety and how to cope with anxiety.

Clinical Hypnotherapist Gail Marra Breathwork Audio:

Gail Marra Breath Work

Meditation & Mindfulness for beginners:

Meaningful Paths beginners guide – Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners – Meaningful Paths

Coping Guide:

What causes anxiety?

What causes anxiety and how can our anxiety worksheets help you?

  • According to the American Psychological Association Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure.”

How to cope with anxiety?

  • Practicing meditation can help us to form healthier relationships with our thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness meditation for beginners can help us to sit with thoughts in a non judgmental way. No emotion is bad and it is often our fear of the emotion and lack of exploration that can cause further anxiety around the initial emotion. When we feel a negative emotion it is healthier to be curious about the emotion and to build a healthy relationship with both positive and negative emotions. Emotional intelligence teaches us to regulate our emotions in a healthy manner.
  • Exercise can help our bodies and our mind function better and releases endorphins. Exercise also helps us to channel our thoughts, to focus and to feel a greater sense of autonomy and self-efficacy i.e. we believe in ourselves more and we gain a sense of control over our lives.
  • A healthy bed time routine can help us to sleep well by reducing stresses and anxiety before we go to bed. You can also read and use your anxiety worksheets to help bring calm to your mind before you go to bed.

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