How to beat anxiety and become mentally strong – according to science

This article is a great reminder that we are all capable of managing our mental health and developing mental strength. Mental strength is an important part of being able to cope with life’s challenges, and this article offers some great advice on how to manage anxiety. I particularly like the suggestion of scheduling time for self-care and relaxation. It is so important to make time to do things that make us feel good, and that help us to stay mentally healthy. I think that it’s also important to recognize our strengths and focus on our successes, rather than dwelling on our weaknesses or failures. I believe that if we focus on the positive and take steps towards managing our anxiety, we can all become mentally strong!


I absolutely agree with the idea that self-care and relaxation is key to managing anxiety. Taking the time to have a break and do something enjoyable helps us find peace in the midst of any difficult situation. Since I’m 26, I understand that it can be hard to make sure mental health is a priority, especially when life throws so many curveballs! But if we find what works for us to take care of our mental wellbeing, then we are better equipped to face life’s challenges without feeling overwhelmed or exhausted. By focusing on our strengths and working on ourselves from there, I believe anyone can become mentally strong.

Absolutely! Mental strength is something we can all cultivate, no matter our age. Having reached my mid-forties, I’m more aware than ever of the importance of self-care in maintaining mental health. As the article suggests, dedicating specific times each day to relaxation and joy can work wonders in giving us the resilience to handle life’s challenges. Additionally, it’s so important that we don’t focus too much on our weaknesses or shortcomings–we have enough of those without dwelling on them! Instead, I think it’s best to recognize our triumphs and successes and to tap into our own inner strength whenever we are feeling anxious or low.