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Breaking The Loop of Anxiety | Colin Bien | TEDxLeuphanaUniversityLüneburg

Colin suffered from a panic disorder caused by a malaria prophylaxes for over 2 years. During a behavioral therapy, he learned how to break out…

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One of the best ways to treat anxiety?

One of the best ways to treat anxiety? A full night’s rest, new research suggests. https://t.co/9DdpBrCth1 pic.twitter.com/fAdPn0tRzo — Big Think (@bigthink) December 4, 2019 Interestingly,…

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Posted in Mental Health

One of the best ways to treat anxiety?

One of the best ways to treat anxiety? A full night’s rest, new research suggests. https://t.co/9DdpBrCth1 pic.twitter.com/fAdPn0tRzo — Big Think (@bigthink) December 4, 2019 Interestingly,…

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Reducing Anxiety, Rumination and Avoidance

http://bit.ly/2Om92Yp 5. Learn when to stop seeking information and start acting. People who are intolerant of uncertainty often read masses of information before taking any…

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10 Things to Know About Anxiety

http://bit.ly/34q1GZo 1. Anxiety shuts down your rational brain. When you get anxious, your amygdala fires up, sends chemicals to your frontal lobe, your rational brain,…

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Google searches on ‘anxiety’ accurately indicate when and where people are feeling anxious

http://bit.ly/36lEAVj “We wanted to see whether Google searches on ‘anxiety’ indicate people’s felt anxiety. And we wanted to see whether we could use Google search…

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Anxious People Also Get Anxious From Relaxing

http://bit.ly/2pGZptz Researchers have known about relaxation-induced anxiety since at least 1983, when a paper found that, in people with chronic tension, around 31 percent who…

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4 Tips for How to Stay Calm When Things Go Wrong

http://bit.ly/2nMcqlc 1. Don’t jump to conclusions before you have full information. Sometimes odd things happen in life. For example, once I got a message that…

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Weekes also offered something unique to the field: hope

http://bit.ly/2ojTLwG “To recover, they must know how to face, accept and go through panic until it no longer matters …” Weekes said. “Recovery is in their…

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17 Things to Curb Your Anxiety

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/anxiety-zen/201909/17-things-curb-your-anxiety-don-t-involve-therapy 2. Walk your dog for 30-minutes daily, or go for a hike. Movement is a wonderful metaphor for getting unstuck. Not only are you…

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