As a final year uni student stress is a fact of every day life. To enable me to function day to day without giving in to the anxiety I can feel creeping over me I've had to find anxiety management techniques that work for me.
Firstly, I try to keep on top of things. By this I don't mean working myself to the bone. Rather, I try to stay organised. I know when my work has to be in, I plan my time to make sure I'm not stressing over everything at once.
Secondly I try to notice the subtle signs that my body gives me to tell me I'm stressed. This might be a tight feeling in my chest, a lack of appetite, or as I've found sometimes, comfort eating, which serves to make me feel better and distract me from whatever is making me feel stressed.
Lastly, I try to do regular exercise. I've found that this really helps to release the pent up energy my body wastes on feeling anxious. Twenty minutes on a treadmill a few times a week is all it takes for me. I also find that I feel generally happier afterwards, probably due to the endorphins that exercise causes.
My tip to those with anxiety, find something that works for you. There's no one size fits all situation. Anxiety is natural, you just need to find a way to help you manage it.