Creating art will give you a chance to slow down and be present in the moment. You don’t need to be a Picasso, simply focus on the process, not the final product.
Anyone who feels overwhelmed or pressured by the hectic world we live in should try art therapy.
Studies show that creating art stimulates the release of dopamine.
This chemical is released when we do something pleasurable, which makes us feel happier. Increased levels of this feel-good neurotransmitter can be very helpful if you are battling anxiety or depression.
The art is your own story, your emotion, and your expression. It represents your inner being and your thoughts to help you find meaning and connection in your life. All you need for it is a willingness to experiment.