Anxiety affects millions of people
In any given year, anxiety disorders affect nearly 40 million Americans age 18 and older, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. They are more prevalent in developed countries than less-developed ones, often go hand-in-hand with other mental and physical illnesses, and affect more women than men. 

"Rather than let worry run round and round through your mind, take control and fact-check it," says Dr. Chansky. She recommends writing your thoughts down on a piece of paper. This simple act can help you find out what your worry is trying to tell you."

Drink some focused teas to help you stay focused on the things you are doing.