I'm in AA, so the best cure for my anxiety is to help another person. It doesn't have to be in recovery, but anytime I can help another human with anything, this gets me out of myself. When I'm not thinking of myself, my breathing slows down & my mind can focus on someone else. I don't give advice, but share my experiences. Getting enough sleep, though sometimes challenging, helps me to stay balanced. Also, connecting with my Higher Power and knowing deep down that whatever happens in my life, I created for a reason & my Higher Power supports me. There is always something I still need to heal or grow from. Knowing that everything I experience is a lesson or a goal I'm working towards, helps me manage my anxiety. The other tool I use regularly is writing in a journal and staying in an attitude of gratitude. I feel gratitude for the smallest things, like getting a close parking space (haha), as I'm permanently disabled. When I'm feeling grateful, I also feel peaceful & hopeful. When I'm peaceful & hopeful, I'm much less likely to experience a lot of anxiety. I hope that any of this is helpful.