Worry is a habit. It involves thinking about something that might happen in the future and imagining how badly that thing might turn out. It often involves creating scenes in your imagination of how that terrible outcome will appear or sound and how you will feel if that outcome actually happens.

Anxiety is a feeling you probably experience when you worry. Most people experience various uncomfortable physical sensations when they feel anxious. These sensations include tightness in head, neck, shoulders, belly, back, etc. They also include butterflies, shakiness, flushing, prickles, and/or feeling cold (a cold dread.) No too people experience anxiety the exactly the same way. 

Anxiety is not a disease; it is the process you go through as you experience these sensations in response to these thoughts. 

While some medications impact anxiety, many people don’t want to become dependent on taking and dealing with side effects of medication. If you are someone who is looking for a different solution, you will be happy to know about this new development.

A select group of professionals, working mostly in Europe, have recently been experimenting with reducing and eliminating anxiety and worry using only the power of words. You can learn more in a soon to be released 7-day challenge; Secrets of Reducing Unnecessary Worry. If you don’t want to wait, grab a copy of Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®)  or wherever books are sold.