In this brief blog post, we are going to provide a curated list of anxiety memes which may be helpful if you suffer from anxiety and want to see the funny side of anxiety. You may be able to get some inspiration from this memes, you may also be able to inspire others who need some inspiration to overcome their anxiety. Anxi
The anxiety memes below may help you overcome your anxiety and start slowly beating anxiety through your actions and not antidepressants. If you have any other memes which you think we should add to this list then please let us know in the comments.
How can you deal with your anxiety?
Anxiety is a very serious mental health issue and we need to actually take it seriously as it could affect a lot of our lives. Seeking mental health help as soon as possible will be best. telling your family and friends may also help you deal with your anxiety. To help you get better your doctor may prescribe antidepressants or therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy to help you feel better and reduce the episodes of anxiety you have or the severity.
10 Anxiety memes
Anxiety meme: This anxiety meme depicts what most people who suffer from anxiety go through. They can’t sleep as they get anxious and this ends up affecting the quality of the next day.
Anxiety Meme: Explaining anxiety to people is another difficult process when we have anxiety. In most cases, we will try and sum up the courage to explain our anxiety only to be told the regular “you will be fine”. This meme depicts this.
Anxiety meme: In this anxiety meme we see what most people who have anxiety go through. In most cases, anxiety won’t be the only fear they would have.
Anxiety meme: In this meme, we see the vital help antidepressants do to those suffering from anxiety by allowing them to live normal days.
Anxiety meme: This picture is a good example of what most people who suffer from anxiety go through. The constant question of “what if”?
Anxiety meme: In this pictures we see the same fear of what will happen when people have anxiety.
Anxiety meme: when you’re next in line and your mum didn’t come back with that 1 item. This meme highlights a very common problem that most kids face. We have all been at the supermarkets with our mums and then they ask us to wait in line for them to get another item. We start to get anxious as we wait for our mums to get back and the line gets shorter and shorter.
Anxiety meme: When you accept the invite to an event and social anxiety kicks in. We have all been there, we get the invite, we get excited to attend a party and then our anxiety kicks in. In most cases, we end up not attending the party due to this anxiety and hence another chance of having social interaction and building our social status fades.
Anxiety meme: When you scroll through your timeline liking memes about depression, anxiety and alcoholism. Yup, you know the vibes, we just sit home and enjoy liking the comments because we can understand each of them.
Anxiety meme: I have got 99 problems and 86 of them are completely made up scenarios in my head that I am stressing about for no reason. In so many cases the anxiety problems we have don’t actually exist in any other place but in our mind.
If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option. Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.
If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.
You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.