Anxietey doesn't come with an off switch. There's no magical product or mental trick that will singlehandedly make it disappear for good, especially if you're one of the millions of Americans who suffers from an anxiety disorder. That being said, there are ways to cope — like upgrades to your bedroom that have been shown to help with anxiety for some people.
On top of being where you spend eight(ish) hours sleeping every night, your bedroom is your personal space, where you can shut out the world for a while and rest surrounded by the things that make you happy. You can decorate it however you want, whether that means tapestries of Jeff Goldblum riding a unicorn or throw pillows shaped like cupcakes. It's no wonder, then, that some people suggest turning your room into a safe haven. Redecorating your room might sound like a ton of work, but before you toss and turn all night worrying about where to start, remember that your life isn't Trading Spaces. You don't have to totally overhaul your bedroom; you can just make whatever changes you feel capable of doing.
Luckily, the internet has plenty of ideas for reducing anxiety through home decor. To get started, here are 16 additions that might help you calm down just by entering your room.