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How To Get Through The Night Without Getting Drunk

I first share my story of dealing with anxiety, depression, and alcoholism during a time when I was living on the streets during college, and it seems that it has helped me to avoid that awful feeling for many years. In this video I share some of the ways I learned to get past it.

There are countless ways you can use alcohol and other drugs to help you overcome your fears. But I’ll share six that I recommend you try: 1. Alcohol: Alcohol provides a calming effect to the mind and body, helping to reduce anxiety and depression, as well as providing physical relief. 2. E-craps: E-craps are used as a sedative, and sometimes as a euphoric. If you smoke a cigarette, but can’t seem to stop thinking about it, try e-craps to help. 3. M-craps: M-craps, are often prescribed as a treatment for anxiety symptoms, and are most commonly known as “Ritalin” for short. 4. K-craps: K-craps have been used for over 65 years in psychiatry to treat patients with depression and anxiety. K-craps are typically used when there’s a lack of an effective treatment. 5. H-craps: If you’re suffering from insomnia, then consider k-craps. K-craps typically provide relief for the night-time insomnia in people with depression. 6. K-craps: Although often known as “caffeine”, it is actually k-craps, which is a member of the benzodiazepines family, which is used to induce relaxation in patients.

Check out these video and book links: Depression And Anxiety Video

How To Deal With Depression And Anxiety

The book The Power of Now: The Ancient Practices That Restore Your Sense of Well-Being is also very informative.

1. Meditation 1-2 Hours Per Day . Meditation is a wonderful tool that can help you to reduce anxiety, depression and stress. It’s a practice in which it seems to be incredibly difficult to do, but over time it seems as if there is a process which involves the physical body as well as your mind. As you learn what is being done for specific areas of your life, it can become easier to do it in more areas. The next step would be to find a therapist, and begin practicing. In my next post I’ll explain how I started doing meditation.

2. Yoga 1-2 Times Per Week . Yoga is another great way to decrease anxiety and increase your energy. With a strong mind you can do everything you’ve been told to do, but if you don’t have a strong enough mind to do it in its entirety, it will get really annoying. Practice it on your own, then practice it together with a teacher, etc.

3. Meditation and yoga at home is still a great way to meditate and decrease stress that you will need to start by learning more with your therapist, or the best way to get started (that I’ve found) is to find a meditation and yoga class near you – there aren’t that many, but they’re out there. If you have health insurance, consider paying them for access to a yoga/meditation tutor to teach you how to take your practice to the next level.

My new book, The Power of Now: Ancient Practices That Restore Your Sense of Well-Being will give you a more in-depth look into Buddhist meditation and the meditation practice, which is the core practice of Buddhism, and has helped me so much with my issues.

The book also includes exercises that you can do at home, and includes links to the meditation videos that can help you with your issues.

Get started by watching: The Power of Now – Meditation

4. Exercise : If you can, exercise. The best way to do exercise is to begin with cardiovascular exercise, such as walking or biking. Then, begin to transition to weight lifting and, eventually, the martial art forms that I have chosen and will share in the following posts.

5. Meditation : If you’re just starting out, read the books or get a free online course from a meditation website. Or, do your own reading. I recommend starting with this free online course: Meditation: Practice that can help you do the breathing exercises on your own. It’s about 14 min long and can be done at home.

6. Yoga : If you want to continue to exercise, start yoga a couple times per week. Do yoga for an hour or two a day. You’ll probably need to use a yoga mat, and most of the exercises will apply here.

7. Krav Maga Krav Maga is about self-defense and self-defense training classes.

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