This Artist's Relaxing GIFs Will Legit Help You With Your Anxiety
8 November 2016, 12:58 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
Let's be real, you're gonna need them this week.
With the U.S. going to the polls today (8/11) to vote for the next President of the United States of America, people are naturally going to be feeling anxious.
According to anecdotal evidence, psychotherapists across American are reporting higher-than-average stress and fear among patients. Surveys reflect it, too: everyone is feeling anxious and stressed about this election.
And who can blame them? With all this pussy grabbing and talk of 'rigged elections' going round, it's like psychological warfare out here. In times like this, it's always best to turn to your best friend, the internet, for help. More specially, these GIFs created by illustrator and T-shirt designer Nathan Pyle.
The GIFs are help ease anxiety by asking people to take a deep breath.
Go on, try it for a few times and see how you feel!
The hypnotic visuals are simple but effective, much like Hillary's healthcare proposals.
Feeling better yet? Now go outside, vote if you can, and avoid all media (except PopBuzz, obvi...) until tomorrow morning.