How to stop Overthinking

Overthinking can make it difficult to make decisions, often involves repetitive, negative thoughts about a situation.

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Overthinking often leads to excessive worrying about the future or potential outcomes.

Overthinking can interfere with sleep, as the mind continues to race with thoughts and worries.

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ways to control overthinking:

Practice mindfulness: Try to stay present in the moment and focus on your thoughts and feelings without judgment.

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Challenge negative thoughts:

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Keep Yourself occupied

Engage in activities that you enjoy or find distracting, such as reading, exercising, or spending time with friends.

 Talking to a trusted friend, family member, or therapist can help you gain perspective and find solutions to the problems that are causing you to overthink.

Seek support

Get enough sleep and exercise:

Both sleep and physical activity can have a positive impact on your mental health, reducing the likelihood of overthinking.

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Identify Trigger

Figure out what situations or events trigger your overthinking, and try to avoid or manage them.

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Remember, overthinking is a common challenge, and it takes time and effort to overcome it. Be patient with yourself and keep trying different strategies until you find what works best for you.