However, it is agreeable that sometimes it is hard not to worry especially when the issue at hand is affecting you or people that you love. Worrying sometimes can be helpful only if it steers you to be a better version of yourself or motivates you to do something you never thought you could. However, if you are constantly having negative thoughts in your mind, then this can be disastrous as it can develop to mental anxiety and depression.

Here are five ways to train your brain to remain calm even in the face of so much doubt

1. Challenge the negative thoughts you have

If you are ever worrying, chances are, in most case you look at the world as a bad place than it is. In some cases, you are so obsessed with the fact that things will turn out badly for you which leads to self-sabotage jumping into worse conclusion, which in reality may not be the case. In addition, the mentality that you cannot make it and the view that you are a total failure may be standing in the way of your upward progress.

You need to take the time to retrain your brain. Identify the negative thoughts that are always coming in your way and then learn to examine them and challenge them one by one. This way you will be able to gain a better perspective of the positive things happening in your life.

2. Learn to accept uncertainties

In every situation of life just like a coin, there are two sides of it or rather two outcomes. You need to learn that there are sometimes things will turn out well and sometimes things may not turn out well. Do not look at things with one hundred percent certainty that they are going to turn out your way because sometimes they will not. Some situations are beyond your control. To stop worrying you need to deal with your constant need for things to turn out the way you want them always

3. Be mindful of your thoughts

More often worrying is associated with the future. The question of what will happen tomorrow will often cloud your judgment. Rather than dealing with issues, reasonably you are trapped in constant worry. Practicing mindfulness will help you concentrate on the present in the attempt to make the future a better place. So rather than worrying about what the future holds for you ask yourself what can I do now?

4. Avoid negative people

Emotions are contagious. Negative emotions can be passed to you from other people. If you are constantly in the company of people who worry too much, then the likely effect is that you will also start to worry. So be aware of how you are affected by emotions of other people and strive to spend as little time as possible with people who make you feel anxious.

5. Always ask yourself whether there is any solution to the problem

While you are spending your time, worrying the problem may be way out of your control. Take a chance to review the problem and see whether it can actually be solved. If it can, then you need to analyze the situation and try to come up with a solution. If the problem is unsolvable, then it is time to let it go and stop worrying.

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