By Virginia Iversen
Anxiety is often defined as the fear of being hurt in the future. Anxiety is a form of fear, fear of physical or emotional harm in some form. Anxious feeling may be completely appropriate for the situation we are in, or the anxious feelings may be dramatically disproportionate for the situation at hand. In either case, the physical and emotional reactions to anxiety will remain similar in each situation. Your palms may sweat and your heart may beat faster. You may find yourself perspiring more and experiencing digestive distress. All of these physical reactions occur in order to prepare the body to fight or flee a dangerous situation. However, when anxious feeling are continual or do not match the reality of the situation at hand, they can impede us from living a healthy and fully engaged To be more enlightened about Restorative Yoga Poses for Anxiety visit www.aurawellnesscenter.com.