Map Your Anxiety Patterns
All of us have times when we are more susceptible to fear. Document what is happening when you get fearful – your thoughts, your body states, your environment, the people with you. For most of us, fatigue, hunger and stress will make it much harder to manage our reaction to anxiety.
By understanding how anxiety affects us differently under various circumstances, we can plan actions much more effectively. For example, avoid scheduling fear-inducing tasks during peak anxiety periods. If possible, dedicate these times to relaxation or routine chores.