How To Calm Yourself Down Naturally And Conquer Your Fears

How To Calm Yourself Down Naturally And Conquer Your Fears

If you know how to calm yourself down naturally and conquer your fears, life sure will be a lot easier for you.  Something you need to remember is that everyone has  fears. For some it’s flying, for others it’s public speaking, dating, or many other social-based phobias. But how do you face and conquer these fears? Most people feel they’re not strong enough to face their fears, and don’t know how they would calm themselves down and muster up the courage to face their fears.

In this video I discuss some strategies for facing your fears and learning how to calm yourself down naturally and conquer your fears and nerves.

Learning how to relax without the aid of medication can be a daunting task, believe me, I know.  For so many of us it’s been literally years since we’ve been able to reach a state of relaxation and inner peace, and we often start to think we can never get back to that without artificial help such as drugs or alcohol.

But it certainly can be done.  While millions of people suffer from debilitating anxiety and phobias, millions have also been able to recover and free themselves from being dependent upon medication.  Luckily there are many different techniques and approaches you can take to learning how to relax naturally and find inner peace.

For many including myself, exercise and regular physical activity have been a life saver.  Any time you’re feeling anxious, you can easily calm down anxious feelings with exercise.

Not only does exercise help release both physical and mental stress, it gives you the added benefits of improved self-image and self-confidence.  Regular exercise also helps to regulate your sleeping patterns and can eliminate insomnia – which it certainly did for me.

There is always hope, so don’t ever give up.

Cheers,
Steve

P.S.
My award-winning book A Life Less Anxious is now completely free.  Seriously!
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    10 Comments on “How To Calm Yourself Down Naturally And Conquer Your Fears

    1. Kris March 1, 2011:

      Great video. thanks.

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    2. Steve P. March 12, 2011:

      You’re very welcome, glad you found it helpful!

      Cheers,
      Steve

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    3. BL May 20, 2011:

      Great vid – The tips seem to help. Thanks so much for what you do.

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      1. Steve P. May 26, 2011:

        You’re very welcome, glad they’re helping!
        Cheers,
        Steve

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    4. Blaise Dismer June 26, 2011:

      Steve, thanks for the tips on imagining the best outcome, utilizing music and breath relaxation. Your confident, easygoing style of communicating is proof of your effective management of anxiety and your desire to help others comes through.

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      1. Steve P. July 11, 2011:

        Hi Blaise,

        Thanks for the kind words! I’m glad you appreciate the website and the hard work that goes into making the videos :-)

        Cheers,
        Steve

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    5. P July 1, 2011:

      Steve,

      I just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your contributions towards ending anxiety for folks like us. I have suffered for over 10 years and am just now starting your book. I am very skeptical of quick fix its as I have tried many over the years.

      The one thing I love about your book is how scientific you are. As an engineer I really appreciate this. It’s loaded with so many facts that have come straight from experience and research. Many of these I could parrot right back to you because I have also learned them the hard way myself. Thanks again for the excellent contributions.

      God Bless,

      patrick

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      1. Steve P. July 11, 2011:

        Hi Patrick,

        Thanks for the thoughtful note! I’m glad you are getting a lot out of the book and website :-)

        Cheers,
        Steve

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    6. Fred February 29, 2012:

      I would like to thank you for doing this for people. I just joined and I have been suffering with Panic and Anxiety for years, which is why I ended my firefighter career after 20 years, and my marriage suffered from them as well. I can’t believe that I’m going to say this but I am excited for the next attack to try this breathing technique.

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    7. michael March 11, 2012:

      Hi,Steve im realy glad I found your site im 38 with two girls and a wife I was working out of town when like a tone of bricks i had the most awful feeling i have ever had, like i was going to die,i was realy scared i didnt know what was going on,i had so many crazy thoughts going threw my head i broke down at work they had to take me to the hospital, i lost my job over it, but im back at home with my family,if I may ask u a question,can somthing like this just happen like that out of knowwhere, iv been home for about three days now and still feel the same,im realy scared i have a family to take care of, can u please help me and explaine whats going on with me this is the first time something like this has ever happen to me and i dont understand it, Sincerley, Michael B. Houston TX.

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