30 Positive Affirmations For Anxiety You Need Today

Positive affirmations can be a benefit in all aspects of life, but they can be particularly helpful when it comes to mental health and issues such as stress and anxiety.

30 Positive Affirmations For Anxiety You Need Today

The affirmation of positivity in our lives can be a game changer when it comes to tackling these kinds of problems, though it can be a little difficult to constantly create that positivity within ourselves when it comes to issues such as anxiety due to the negativity that it can cause. 

With this in mind, we are going to be looking at thirty different positive affirmations related to anxiety that can help to change the way that you deal with your anxiety in a healthy and effective manner. 

We are also going to be looking at why you might want to consider incorporating positive affirmations into your life if you struggle with anxiety, as well as looking at some tips on how to create your own affirmations and how to use them most effectively.

Let’s get started

Thirty Positive Affirmations For Anxiety

Let’s begin by looking through thirty positive affirmations that are particularly useful when it comes to handling any anxiety that you might be struggling with. 

  • I am accepted and loved by those important to me
  • I trust my ability to make the best possible decision
  • I can do this and will do it again 
  • I am strong, capable and worthy
  • These feelings are only temporary and they too will pass
  • I am doing my absolute best, which is all I can do and is more than enough
  • No matter what my anxiety tells me, I am safe, loved and brave
  • My anxiety does not define me
  • I am prepared for whatever comes my way
  • I am surrounded by people who love and support me 
  • I am in control of my life as much as I can be
  • I continue to grow and learn from my mistakes every day 
  • I am valued 
  • It might not feel like it right now, but everything is going to be alright
  • I deserve happiness as much as anyone else
  • I am at peace with myself and my life
  • I always welcome new opportunities
  • I am a likeable person with loving friends and family
  • I can and will face my fears with strength and resolve
  • My confidence continues to grow every day
  • I deserve to feel relaxation and ease
  • I am proud of the progress I have made in my life
  • I care for others and myself
  • I accept me for who I am
  • The person I am is good enough and needs no explanation
  • I have the time to make choices and prepare accordingly
  • I am safe in the space I am in right now
  • There is beauty in my surroundings
  • I am here and I am well
  • I am braver and stronger than my anxiety 

As you can see, many of these affirmations focus on building yourself up rather than tearing yourself down, as is common when it comes to anxiety.

These affirmations seek to be a balm of sorts to those negative, self-deprecating thoughts and feelings that can penetrate the mind and body when you are dealing with anxiety. 

This switch from the negative to the positive can be highly beneficial to stress and anxiety levels, which can in turn assuage those negative emotions that are often directed towards yourself or your situation when it comes to anxiety. 

Why Consider Positive Affirmations For Anxiety?

If you are someone who struggles with anxiety on a daily basis, then positive affirmations can be a beneficial practice for you to engage in for many reasons. Let’s take a look at some of these reasons. 

Changing Thought Patterns

Stressful, negative and anxiety ridden thoughts can be incredibly difficult to tackle, particularly when your anxiety is severe.

However, positive affirmations are designed to rewire your brain into thinking differently by ingraining their message into your head and transforming your negative feelings and thoughts into positive ones. 

By repeating these positive affirmations as a mantra of sorts, you are teaching yourself to think in a more positive light, as well as reinforcing the necessary thought processes to help you rid yourself of those anxious thoughts.

This can lead to an improvement in your mental health as well as your physical health if your anxiety is as such that it has started to have an impact on you on both the inside and outside. 

As well as this, changing negative and anxious though patterns can have a positive effect on your life in general, helping you to navigate through the everyday hustle and bustle of life with more ease and less stress. 

Positively Affecting Your Self Esteem

Your self-esteem is also an element of yourself that will see a change in if you change those negative thought patterns.

Self-doubt is a common cause of issues when it comes to our self-esteem and positive affirmations are a great way to rewire your mindset into becoming more confident and certain about yourself.

Repetition- such as the repetition that is necessary with positive affirmation- is a surprisingly effective way to cement certain thoughts into your head, including thoughts to quell your anxiety and boost your self belief. 

Achieving Your Goals

It can be hard to maintain an optimistic mindset towards your goals when you are struggling to deal with constant anxiety. A positive attitude is an absolute necessity, particularly if you know that your goals might be tough ones to reach in general. 

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The more your anxiety takes over, the less likely you are to have a positive mindset when it comes to achieving your goals.

No matter what these goals might be or what else is needed to achieve them, maintaining this positivity is a must as you have to be ready to deal with whatever life throws at you in the process.

 Having positive affirmations that you recite to yourself daily can be a life changing technique when it comes to increasing your positivity in general as well as your anxiety, ultimately leading to your goals feeling more within your reach

The Reduction Of Stress

We all have stress to deal with on a daily basis, but anxiety sufferers will often feel this stress and pressure on a greater scale, so much so that it can negatively impact their daily lives. 

Positive affirmations can help to bring those stressful thoughts and feelings down to a manageable level and, in turn, reduce your anxiety.

Stress is not only one of the foremost causes of anxiety, but it is also one of the major reasons as to why people consider integrating positive affirmations into their everyday lives. 

The effect that positive affirmations can have on those dealing with a large amount of stress is undeniable, particularly if they are repeated in- as we mentioned above- a mantra like method. 

Positive affirmations can help you to live in the moment rather than stress about what could happen in the future, which is another significant factor when it comes to anxiety and another way that you might find that your stress levels are reduced if you utilize these affirmations into your daily routine. 

Creating Positive Outlooks

Anxiety is a key player when it comes to negative mindsets, so positive affirmations can be a great way to offset that mindset and open up your brain to more positivity.

Positive thoughts become more and more difficult when you are plagued with anxiety, so using these affirmations to tackle that negativity can be incredibly beneficial when it comes to changing your outlook to a more optimistic one. 

Top Tips for Positive Affirmations For Anxiety

Now that we have some examples of positive affirmations for anxiety as well as some benefits that you may encounter if you chose to incorporate them into your life, let’s now look at some tips as to how to most effectively start using them. 

I And My

Using the words “I” and “My” in the affirmations that you create will help make your brain feel that the statement is definitely related to you personally, thus heightening your sense of self and making your affirmations more effective. 

Short And Sweet Is The Key

You will want short, concise phrases for your affirmations that won’t take up too much of your headspace, otherwise you might find that you forget them more often than not. Keep it short, sweet and to the point in order to create the most effective positive affirmations. 

Personalize Them

Don’t worry about what others might think you need to say to yourself or what their goals might be. This is all about you and your specific needs, so make sure that you keep your affirmations specific to you and your anxiety. 

Final Thoughts

So there you have thirty examples of positive affirmations for anxiety as well as some benefits when it comes to incorporating them into your daily routine and how to do so most effectively. 

Make sure that you pick the affirmations that relate to you the most and say them with conviction to help you rid yourself of those anxious thoughts and start becoming a more confident and positive you!

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