How to Stop Worrying About Diabetes – 11 Tips to be Worry-Free

Have you always been a worry wart? Welcome to the club! Even being a diabetic you can learn How to Stop Worrying about Diabetes. Diabetes is something you can control so worrying won’t help.  I have 11 tips to help you become worry-free. Let’s see how.

What Can You do to Stop Worrying About Diabetes?

I’ve always been a worry wart. But I decided that it’s not worth it anymore. It’s time to learn how to stop worrying about diabetes and everything else. Worrying is such a negative thing and can wreak havoc in your life. There are ways to change this because you know what? We only have one life to live and why waste it worrying about things we have no control over?

I do remember reading this a long time ago. Now, when I find myself in stressful situations, I stop and repeat it to myself. If you forget everything you read here now, just remember this ONE thing because it’s true: Most of the things we worry about never happen anyway. Repeat it to yourself.

Print it out. Put in on your fridge, your computer, your tablet, your forehead!  LOL  I don’t care where, just do it! I know it’s easier said than done, but I’ll get into detail later. You’ll see that it’s not that difficult to change your habit of worrying.

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I look back over the years and GEEZ, if I had a dollar for every time I worried, I’d be so rich and so would you because I would share it with you! So I know you’re probably a worrier too or you wouldn’t be here now.

I believe it’s just human instinct to worry for most of us, but some people are so laid back that nothing bothers them. I often wonder about people like that as to whether they just hold everything in and worry inside without it showing. That’s not good either.

We just need some changes and have to look at situations differently to fight this worrying battle. Sometimes do you look at a situation and say to yourself, “What’s the worst that could happen?” In my past experiences if things didn’t go perfect and steered toward a negative outcome, it was almost never as bad as I had worried about. And the rare times that terrible things happened, I got through them.

Things happen for a reason. My view on life is this: Your life is like a book. It is already written. Each day you turn the page and it was supposed to happen this way and why? It’s because of the decisions you made based on what you thought was best. You can’t change the past. It’s gone. You also can’t change the future because it hasn’t happened yet. You only have control over the present.

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Another thing that helps me is this: It’s mind over matter. If you don’t mind, then it doesn’t matter. Ok, another post it note here. Add it to the first wherever you’re posting it! LOL It’s true when you think about it. Learn to not mind about specific things and it won’t matter.

I always had a problem of what people are thinking about me or what I’m doing or whatever. Do you find yourself doing this? Well, then join me and let’s stop this immediately. It’s a bummer and can ruin a situation instantly.

All this becomes is another circumstance for you to worry and WHY? Only because you let it and once you change your thoughts, so will your worrying change too.

Is there a reason for worrying? Maybe you worry to mentally deal with problems. I know that I have, all the time. But it has to be thought about and looked at in different ways. If you are a negative person, you’re more prone to worrying. If you’re a positive person, maybe not so much or not at all.

I have thought to myself, that maybe the problems I worry about are not so much the issue, but the worrying is the real culprit.

First things first, I change my mind toward positive thoughts instead of negative ones and I see a change already. Say goodbye to negativity and you’ll be on the right track toward kicking worrying to the curb!

Watch the Video Below to Help with Your Worrying!

Stay Healthy

This is obviously important because your physical health affects your mental health and worrying. For me, diabetes is an issue which I am addressing with losing weight and eating the healthy foods. You don’t want to get up in the morning feeling fatigued. I don’t like not sleeping well and sure don’t want stress or worrying playing a part in that.

Exercise is the key to helping with diabetes, and helping me deal with problems as well. I bike ride as much as possible because exercise that is fun makes me do it every day. It also helps keep my cholesterol down and aids me in trimming the belly fat.

I don’t want high blood pressure and I monitor it at home. To stay on top of my game, I take vitamin D, stay away from sugar and eat 4-6 small meals a day. I also take supplements that lower blood sugar and also keep my blood pressure down as well.

Worrying and stress are a huge part of poor mental health. We need to strengthen our mental AND physical health together. If you’re an emotional eater because you worry, then this has to be changed. If we only thought about what we’re doing before we do it, our decisions might be different and