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Published on: 28 Feb 2017 by sallyj26

How To Feel Less Self Conscious About Your Body

Feeling self-conscious about your body is exceptionally
common in both men and women, but there are a few steps that you can take to
help you to feel less self-conscious. Being self-conscious feels as though
there is a spot light on you, and everybody is criticising your every step –
which really isn’t a good position to be in. However, if you follow these
steps, you may be able to make yourself feel a lot better about the way you
look and how you feel about your body, only by changing a few steps.

Work Out What You Are
Self-Conscious About

While some people may simply answer the question with
‘everything’ or ‘my whole body’, when you begin to delve a little deeper, there
will be certain triggers that are the main focus of your self-consciousness.
Whether it’s your tummy, varicose veins on your legs, your nose, or your smile,
you will be able to think about the different ways that you can improve these. Focussing
your energy on the negatives can be extremely draining, and feeling
self-conscious can lead you to becoming an introvert and blocking people out.
If you can work out what you feel self-conscious about, you may be able to
discover the right ways to change this.


A lot of your self-consciousness is about mindset and
feeling negative about the way you look – without even knowing that you do or
why. Working on your mindset can help you to relax and move towards
self-acceptance, through activities such as meditation. When we feel insecure
about ourselves, we tend to shut ourselves off from other people and want to be
alone. Be receptive towards other people when you’re feeling down about
yourself, and they can act as your distraction. Sooner rather than later, you
may find yourself focussing more on the other person than on yourself, even if
it feels awkward at first. 

Lifestyle Changes

Sometimes, you may want to implement some changes in order
to adapt the way that you look. If you’re self-conscious about your varicose
veins for example, and because of these you refuse to wear shorts, dresses or
clothing that reveals them, you may seek some form of effective varicose veins
removal treatment
. There are a number of different options that you can
choose from no matter what you are self-conscious about. Whether you join the
gym and have a personal trainer because you are unhappy with your weight, or
you look to seek cosmetic dentistry because you don’t like your smile, there
are a number of different ways that you can adapt the way you look to keep you


links to mindset, but in some ways it is an entire different category in itself.
Positivity doesn’t mean that you have totally accepted yourself and the way
that you look, but instead you are looking to the future and how you can change
it. Directing your thoughts and analysing why you feel the way you do about
your body is the best way to remain positive, so you can work on correcting the


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