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Anxiety can take many forms for different people. It can manifest as social anxiety, which causes people to avoid social situations, or it can present itself as separation anxiety, which causes people to experience excessive fear if they are kept away from certain people or places for long periods of time. It can even take the form of phobias or irrational fears. Either way, anxiety can often be debilitating for many people and can negatively impact their overall health and well-being. In what ways people can help control their anxiety?
Get enough sleep, nourishment, and exercise. Want your mind and body to feel peaceful and strong enough to handle life's ups and downs and the most important one is meditation.
I am just curious, how long does it take for meditation to work?
With a daily practice of 10 to 20 minutes, you should see positive results from within a few weeks to a couple of months.
manila wrote: With a daily practice of 10 to 20 minutes, you should see positive results from within a few weeks to a couple of months.

wow, that's good to hear then. Thanks, mate.
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