If you could be totally 100% okay with who you are, would you have anything to feel anxious about? If you were 100% confident about who you are, would you be worried about what other people think? As it turns out, anxiety disorders can make otherwise confident people feel uncomfortable and paralyzed. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is characterized by 6 months or more of chronic, exaggerated worry and tension that is unfounded or much more severe than the normal anxiety most people experience. People with this disorder usually expect the worst of every situation. While exercise can combat anxiety symptoms, you’ll likely need to come up with a way to personally cope. Here is some additional information about anxiety.  
Anxiety Attacks 
What Is an Anxiety Attack? Also known as a panic attack, an anxiety attack is characterized by intense episodes in which the sufferer experiences such symptoms similar to a heart attack such as heart palpitations, chest pain or discomfort, sweating, and psychosomatic paralysis.  
Managing Social Anxiety in Children With Autism 
As a parent with an autistic child, you want to do everything you can to protect your child. We don’t want to place our children in circumstances that scare them, however, setting your child up in a program or providing them with social activities can significantly improve their anxiety. 
How to Cope With Stress and Anxiety 
Among the hardest parts of living in the modern world is stress and anxiety. With worries about work, the environment, the economy, natural disasters, terrorism, and the general state of the world, it seems that there is nothing going right. You’ll need to come up with your own coping mechanisms, whether that means a regimented self-care routine or consistent exercise. 

Diet – Anxiety & Panic 
There’s an old saying that says you are what you eat. It’s true. When you eat junk, you feel bad. When you eat good foods, you feel better. Eating healthily can improve many symptoms of anxiety. 

 Piano Playing and Performance Anxiety 
Repetitive and involved hobbies, like playing the piano, can significantly reduce symptoms of anxiety. That said, it can open up a new door to anxiety: performance anxiety. However, if you incorporate piano playing into your anxiety treatment, you don’t have to perform for anyone!