Mental Gym Technique That Helps You Deal With Anxiety

Master how to confront your anxiety so you can live happier in the moment

Victor Mong
5 min readMay 19, 2022
Photo by Renaldo Matamoro on Unsplash

We all know that exercise is good for our body. We want to stay healthy, lose weight and keep our physical fitness.

That explains why we spend billions of dollars every year on health clubs and the gym industry.

In 2019, for example, an average American spent $270 per month on health and fitness. The global health club and gym industry made a whopping $98.7 billion in revenue.

Even though we’re doing everything we can to stay physically healthy, a lot of people are suffering from stress, anxiety, and mental health issues.

According to the 2022 Stress in America Survey, 81% of people see rising “global uncertainty” as a major source of stress and anxiety. Also, 73% feel overwhelmed by the number of crises across the world, with 63% saying their lives have been “forever changed” by Covid-19.

Alongside these worries are anxieties triggered by issues such as returning to in-person work, masking confrontations, and so on.

So, how do we keep mentally fit? How do you build the “mental muscles” that can help you manage negative emotions? How do you alleviate stress and anxieties?

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Victor Mong

I write about human potential, building a life you want & mastering your mind || info.victormong@gmail.com