How do you deal with irritability during anxiety? When anxiety encroaches, I want to be alone and in silence. Sometimes I can retreat to that sanctuary, but often I don't immediately have that latitude. What tips do you have for getting through it?
Sorry, been there, doesn't work.Lmao i had anxiety for 33 years and it was bad it was in my stomach, chest, underneath my feet and it included inability to focus, think straight, irritability, mood swings, anger tantrums and general discomfort. I was cured after 33 years of suffering within seconds by the Holy Spirit. Get down on your knees and cry out to Jesus Christ from your heart with remorse and please and beg the Lord almighty to heal your anxiety my anxiety is gone forever and i have never felt this good. You don't need human doctors or medications. AND YES MY TESTIMONY IS REAL THAT'S WHY I MADE AN ACCOUNT HERE TO LET THOSE OF YOU ON HERE KNOW HOW TO GET RID OF IT IF YOU ARE SUFFERING. PRAY TO THE HOLY SPIRIT WITH REMORSE AND ASK HIM TO CLEANSE YOU OF YOUR ANXIETY/DEPRESSION/MENTAL ILLNESS.
Go to Doctor Jesus in prayer with tears remorse and mean it from the heart and plead the Lord to please please heal you of your illness. I was in pain and tears and i couldn't bear it anymore and he healed me within seconds i was painless after the prayer and I am still pain free. That is a miracle from above not human doctors and medication.I tend to feel more irritated when I'm depressed. I'm usually not irritable when I'm nervous.
I usually find a distraction, help some one out, or just take a nap. Your irrabilty seems less extreme than mine so wouldn't worry about it. Last year I got mad and anxious ffor this on assignment which I did good on eventually. I got mad all of the sudden and smashed my hair gel bottle all over the floor. It was hard plastic I didn't know I was that made. Even worse I have carpet. So don't be like me and relaxHow do you deal with irritability during anxiety? When anxiety encroaches, I want to be alone and in silence. Sometimes I can retreat to that sanctuary, but often I don't immediately have that latitude. What tips do you have for getting through it?