HOW TO: Does FOMO (fear of missing out) cause you anxiety? Six strategies to handle it

Your peace of mind may be affected by FOMO, or the fear of missing out. Therefore, it's critical that you understand how to handle FOMO.

The worry and fear associated with the idea that other people might be enjoying themselves without you is known as FOMO. 

 It's the fear of missing out on something exciting or of being excluded.

Giving has so many positive effects that it instantly improves your mood. 

 Just picture friends getting together without inviting you! The thought of all the fun you could be missing out on can give you FOMO. 

Social media exposure is frequently the cause, as seeing what other people are doing there exacerbates anxiety. If you can identify with this, be aware of how to handle FOMO.

These 6 tips can help you break free from the clutches of FOMO: 

1. Limit the use of social media 2. Stay connected with friend 3. Work on your self-confidence 4. Set realistic expectation 5. Enjoy life 6. Practice gratitude