Worrying may be described as quite an unpleasant state, and even though thisstate is very uncomfortable, both psychologically and physically, alot of people end up stuck in it for the most part of their lives.
And why is it so?
Wellthis isn't the easiest question to answer since most people do notchoose to worry at a conscious level (even though they are fullyaware of it), but rather tend to suffer the state via a sort of automode. However, the (four) reasons to worrying may be deducted assuch: because the future is a blind leap – that is to say, nobodycan really tell for certain; because worrying is a way of keeping themind busy whilst it awaits this unknown future; sometimes peopleworry out of habit when they are inhibited to take proper actionwhich could resolve a situation; and lastly, because the human mindmay never relax – it must, at all times, do one thing or another –so when there is nothing left to be done, one can always worry one'shead off about it.
Thisis to say that a person's mind slips into such a state when notknowing what to expect of the future. Additionally, people who tendto worry a lot have also got the habit of imagining the grimmest offutures plausible. And so soon as the picture has been painted, theperson then holds on to it and proceeds to worrying his or her hairoff.
What are the effects?
Nocreative solution will ever be allowed to occur whilst a person is ina state of excessive worry. Atop of that obsessive worrying is highlystressful and also causes physical bodily harm. Examples of such harmwould be diseases along the lines of: nervous disorders, heartproblems, constipation, and so forth. Worrying may also be the causeof:
Sleeplessness!This is because a lot of people start worrying the instant they hitthe sack. This is because the mind has nothing left to do at thattime. On the other hand, worrying about stuff will keep the mind sostimulated that it will become impossible to go to sleep.Additionally, thinking negative thoughts while in bed will also bringabout disturbed sleeping patterns and the lack of true deep sleep.
Noconcentration! Namely, it is fairly difficult to concentrate on atask at hand when a person is worrying his or her head off about it.This is to say that most people who worry too much have got adistinct lack of quality of work instead of the output of theirefforts.
How to stop worrying?
Peoplewho tend to worry obsessively may have quite the task on their handswhen it comes to breaking the habit. What is meant by this is thatpeople who do so must separate worrying from their personalities, inorder to perceive it for what it really is.
Andalong the course these helpful tips may come in more than just alittle handy: not predicting the future (plans can be made to be laidout and then handed to destiny), living by the moment (whileremembering how many thing that a person has worried about haveactually come to pass), and lastly, understanding that the human mindis not in control of all of the surrounding events.