Well, certainly all the things that each of us are doing to treat our anxiety, falls under the heading of stress management. There's exercise, dietary changes, getting proper sleep, breathing techniques, meditation, mindfulness, therapy, and medication, to name a few.
In just the last two days, I have omitted caffeine from my diet, except for that found in an occasional piece of chocolate,
added Chamomile tea, and started CBT.
All the above is well and good, but your post, CarrieAnn, has me thinking of the bigger picture of my life. My best thinking, regarding the way I interpret life and how I react to that interpretation, is what created my anxiety. There is very little of the world, or our own society, that I can change, but there is much that I can change about myself, the way I think, and the way I do things.
The Serenity Prayer says: "God, grant me the serenity, to except the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know that difference." Good words, and not so easy to do, but well worth the doing.
As always, the very best to you, CarrieAnn, my friend!... Chuck