Social anxiety is a fear of getting interacted with people and being judged in a negative way even if you are right. It is a form of inferiority complex that limits us to lead a happy and free life. It binds the real you that ultimately makes you a lone person.
People who suffer from social anxiety try to skip public speaking, meeting strangers, using public restrooms and even dining with others.
Here are some persuasive ideas which can help you to get rid of social anxiety so that you don’t have to skip from being the real you. Do try them out…..
List up all the situations in which you feel conscious about being yourself such as meeting a stranger, going to a party, eating or speaking in public. By doing this, you will have a better idea of these circumstances in which you feel dizzy. Now, start facing them.
Suppose you feel anxious about making an eye-contact with others, then start doing that. Gradually, you will win over each of your fear, being accustomed to these situations and hence will win over your anxieties.
The human mind starves for healthy stuff just as the human body for healthy food and when we fail to feed it with healthy thoughts, it started getting suffered from infirmities such as overthinking, pessimism and depression that later on ruin our life.
Reading good books, consulting with great minds or even a healthy conversation with your close ones helps you to get rid of your anxious nature and guides you in finding your capabilities.
So try to boost yourself with positive thoughts. You can read good books or stick positive thoughts around your table so that you have a feel-good factor all day long.
Leading a chaotic and aimless life makes you aloof and reluctant from society. Having more stimulants such as nicotine and alcohol makes you unhealthy and dull.
Start leading a routine day with a healthy diet. By doing this, your body releases more dopamine, estrogen and serotonin hormones that make you feel positive and happy.
Sometimes being in pessimistic influence for a long span also draw a negative impact on your mental health. They keep on reminding you about your "cant's" and this will lead you to get into an inferiority complex.
On the other hand, being under the influence of optimistic and positive people helps you to get encouraged, providing a better atmosphere for you to reveal the real you.
Taking others' comments is good for improvement only if they are taken positively, but if you take these comments in a destructive way, then you will be left only with overthinking and despair.
So, try to build a bridge with every stone thrown over you instead of making fences. If you have those deficiencies that are marked by others, then try to improve yourself rather than blaming yourself and the person.