1) Don’t Google Your Symptoms:
People with health
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To break this habit of researching your symptoms online, begin to limit how much time you allow yourself to do this. Make the reductions small to begin with, so they are easy to stick to.
And then slowly, over time, reduce the amount of time to zero.
You’re much more likely to stick to a slow, steady reduction like this when compared to going “cold turkey.”
2) Don’t Look For Reassurance From Friends & Family:
When you have health
But problems can develop when you do this too often with friends and family members.
It’s impossible to understand health
Approaching friends and family too often with your health worries can often lead to them becoming frustrated and angry with you. This tension can rapidly increase and the stress that follows can cause you even further problems and even further physical symptoms.
Your relationships with those you’re closest to can also be damaged if you begin to discuss your health
The solution to all of these potential problems is to only talk about your health
They’ll understand your situation completely, and they’ll also be able to offer you the reassurance you’re looking for.
3) Don’t Ask Yourself How You Feel:
If you have health
And then when you notice a physical symptom you’ll begin to monitor it obsessively, constantly asking yourself it feels worse or if it feels better.
People who do not have health
The best first step to take to stop this kind of thinking is to give yourself routines and tasks to complete at the times of the day when your mind is most likely to wander onto the subject of, “How do I feel?”
One of the times this is most likely to happen is first thing in the morning when you wake up. The first thing on your mind, every morning, may be, “How do I feel?”
The best way to stop this is to get up immediately and get right into a pre-planned routine to stop yourself having time to let this train of thought develop.
So have a shower, make breakfast, get dressed, and if you have any free time then fill it with something – cleaning, exercising, anything to stop yourself from having a mind that’s free to wander.
Try to implement a similar strategy at all times of the day that you’re likely to slip into asking yourself how you feel.
By successfully avoiding these 3 common mistakes you’ll massively increase your chances of overcoming health