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The 10 best-ever anxiety management techniques : understanding how your brain makes you anxious and what you can do to change it / Margaret Wehrenberg.

By: Wehrenberg, Margaret [author.]Series: A Norton professional bookEdition: Second editionDescription: ix, 280 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9780393712148; 0393712141Other title: Ten best-ever anxiety management techniquesSubject(s): Anxiety | Brain | Anxiety | PSYCHOLOGY / Psychopathology / Anxieties & Phobias | SELF-HELP / Anxieties & Phobias | SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Happiness | SELF-HELP / Self-Management / Stress Management | Anxiety | BrainGenre/Form: Self-help publications. | Self-help publications.DDC classification: 152.4/6 LOC classification: BF575.A6 | W44 2018NLM classification: WM 172
Contents:
Part I. Understanding your brain. How your brain makes you anxious ; Managing your brain with medication -- Part II. Managing your anxious body. Technique #1: Change your intake ; Technique #2: Breathe ; Technique #3: Practice mindfulness ; Technique #4: Rest and relax -- Part III. Managing your anxious mind. Technique #5: Stop catastrophizing ; Technique #6: Stop anxious thoughts ; Technique #7: Contain your worry -- Part IV. Managing your anxious behavior. Technique #8: Control TMA (Too Much Activity) -- Technique #9: Talk yourself into changing your behavior -- Technique #10: Implement a plan and practice the 3 C's.
Summary: Dr. Wehrenberg draws on fresh insights into the anatomy of the anxious brain to get to the bottom of the problem and offer readers practical, effective tips to manage their anxiety on a day-to-day basis. From diaphragmatic breathing and self-talk, to mindfulness, muscle relaxation, and "plan to panic" strategies, you can learn to train your brain, conquer your stress and anxiety, and regain control of your life.-- Adapted from Back cover.
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Reading in Mind 152.4/6 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available Dr. Wehrenberg draws on fresh insights into the anatomy of the anxious brain to get to the bottom of the problem and offer readers practical, effective tips to manage their anxiety on a day-to-day basis. From diaphragmatic breathing and self-talk, to mindfulness, muscle relaxation, and "plan to panic" strategies, you can learn to train your brain, conquer your stress and anxiety, and regain control of your life. A50000055
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. Understanding your brain. How your brain makes you anxious ; Managing your brain with medication -- Part II. Managing your anxious body. Technique #1: Change your intake ; Technique #2: Breathe ; Technique #3: Practice mindfulness ; Technique #4: Rest and relax -- Part III. Managing your anxious mind. Technique #5: Stop catastrophizing ; Technique #6: Stop anxious thoughts ; Technique #7: Contain your worry -- Part IV. Managing your anxious behavior. Technique #8: Control TMA (Too Much Activity) -- Technique #9: Talk yourself into changing your behavior -- Technique #10: Implement a plan and practice the 3 C's.

Dr. Wehrenberg draws on fresh insights into the anatomy of the anxious brain to get to the bottom of the problem and offer readers practical, effective tips to manage their anxiety on a day-to-day basis. From diaphragmatic breathing and self-talk, to mindfulness, muscle relaxation, and "plan to panic" strategies, you can learn to train your brain, conquer your stress and anxiety, and regain control of your life.-- Adapted from Back cover.