All the worries of people do not disappear completely. Because that’s what we are.

Even so, it is not good for mental health to always be in a daze.

People who tend to worry don’t know how to worry correctly. Here’s one way to get it right.

What is the worry time technique?

The worry time technique is to decide the time and place in advance and worry only for that period. You can think as much as you want for that limited time. But don’t worry if you fall into a trap in your daily life. Make sure to postpone it to the worry time.

This is a very simple and effective technique. Because you can stop worrying easily.

People who tend to worry about things quickly don’t get things off their chest. If you can postpone your worries, you can take things lightly. By doing so, your worries will gradually decrease.

Step 1.
Set up your worry time

First of all, you decide the time and place of your worries.

Less than 30 minutes at a time is a good strategy. One hour a week is also possible. If it suits you, the original setting will work.

If you want more time to worry, it’s like saying you want to worry more.

Step 2.
Set aside your worries

Next is to do it in daily life. If you notice any anxiety or worry in your daily life, put it aside.

It’s hard to do this right in your head, so writing it down on your phone or in your notebook is easy.

This makes you more objective and allows you to distance yourself from your worries.

Step 3.
Live as usual

Spend your time as usual. This is the most important thing.

If you have a problem, just  postpone it many times. If you can’t change your mood quickly, take a deep breath, stretch, or brush your teeth.

The more time you spend as usual, the more surprised you are that the time you lost to your worries has returned to normal.

Step 4.
Exploring worries during worry time

Work on the worry time according to the schedule.

It doesn’t matter how much you become negative only at this time. However, limit the content, time, and location as you decided.

The recommended time is in the early morning when the sun rises. If you start worrying about it at night before going to bed, you may feel uncomfortable and you may not be able to sleep.