Anxiety itself is a natural response of the body, a mechanism by which man has learned that vigilance can save his life. We can only call it an affliction when it has exaggerated emotional manifestations in response to everyday situations. It is an unnatural fear, a state of constant anxiety that can be intrusive. It can take the form of fears that are not well grounded in reality, various phobias, panic attacks, which can be mistaken for medical emergencies, post-traumatic stress and obsessive-compulsive habits. All of these can have a major impact on a person’s daily life. As one of the most common psychological conditions, with the right guidance, each of us can overcome these moments, which we can often turn into a chance for a much higher quality, mindful life anchored in the here and now.