19. Take a bubble bath.
There is nothing like a warm bath to soothe frayed nerves. Frequently, we are so busy that we take a quick shower in the morning to help us wake up, and then we are off to start what we hope will be an active and productive day. Baths are different. Baths require you to relax and be present. Furthermore, they are warm and soothing, designed to calm you down instead of wake you up. Set aside a block of time to take a nice, long soak and see what it does for your anxiety.
To help, add some essential oils, such as lavender, proven to help reduce stress and anxiety. Epsom salt can help pull toxins out of your body while infusing it with the mineral magnesium, which many people are deficient in. The result will be that you are both more relaxed and more energized. Maybe you could even turn off the overhead light and use some aromatherapy candles. The soft flickering of the flame will add to the ambiance of a perfectly relaxed evening.