Mental health conditions are often closely linked. Moreover, chronic illnesses are closely linked. In the case of bipolar disorder, it’s not uncommon for it to be tied to anxiety.
When dealing with the stresses of bipolar, it’s understandable that anxiety can develop. But it’s important to take control over it before it gets out of hand and makes your bipolar worse.
A pattern occurs: fear of symptom relapse causes anxiety, which then causes a relapse, which produces fear of relapsing again.
But don’t fear — there are ways to take control of anxiety at home that can help you take back the reins on your health. Meditation, yoga, exercise, laughter, herbs and deep breathing can be used at home to stop anxiety before it worsens your bipolar symptoms.
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