I don't have any coping mechanisms - I'm from the "suck it up and deal with it" generation, so I generally just worry incessantly over weird things and bite my nails down to the quick.
Nearly all my nieces and nephews who are Millennial-aged are on meds, and when they tell me what they're going through, my first thought is always, "They give you meds for that? I just got a smack and told to quit complaining!"
Gen X here. I got a lot of "suck it up and deal with it" from my Boomer parents and Greatest Generation grandparents. Which is probably why I didn't get meds until my early 30s. Then I realized that may parents and grandparents were full of it.
Also transitioning genders helped a huge amount, as you might expect. Estrogen is a hell of a drug. Lastly, whenever I get too amped up it always helps to play video games for a bit. Especially open world sandbox ones with no particular objective. And usually if I'm really down, my cats seem to pick up on it and at least one will come snuggle up to me and I just chill with them for a while, which always calms me right down.
Mrs. LP and I both have depression and anxiety but the former is worse for me and the latter for her. She has meds as well but I still have to help calm her down sometimes.