[Start Monday] Learn from these anxiety-relief experts

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Unlock HealthMeans’ 26-page eBook, 27 Anxiety-Busting Strategies, to better understand anxiety and how you can take control of it.

There are many research-supported ways to reduce and manage anxiety, perhaps making anxiety more “treatable” than any other mental health challenge.

—>> Learn more in HealthMeans’ eBook, 27 Anxiety-Busting Strategies!

Anxiety is a state that often includes worried thoughts, fateful emotions and bodily changes like tension, rapid breathing, dizziness and digestive issues.

Experiencing some amount of anxiety is completely normal. However, 30 percent of women and 19 percent of men develop an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives.

Here are a few anti-anxiety strategies you can start using today:

  • Start journaling
  • Control your breathing
  • Limit caffeine intake
  • Listen to music
  • Exercise or go for walk
  • Use self-affirmations
  • Develop a healthier relationship with your phone

Learn more strategies with our eBook.

—>> Gain immediate access to HealthMeans’ 27 Anxiety-Busting Strategies eBook now!

When you unlock this gift, you’ll also save a seat for the free, online Anxiety Summit 6 — Toxins, Meds & Infections taking place on November 2-8, 2020. At this summit more than 30 experts will teach you the latest research-backed and solution-oriented programs to understand and address anxiety’s root causes while offering  targeted and supportive approaches to naturally eliminate toxins, uncover hidden triggers and address unwanted medication side-effects — so you can get relief!

You can truly get started on better health today!

P.S. Don’t miss out on HealthMeans’ powerful eBook, 27 Anxiety-Busting Strategies, when you unlock it now!


Anxiety Summit 6 – Toxins, Meds & InfectionsAnxiety Summit 6 – Toxins, Meds & Infections

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