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Reduce anxiety by challenging the assumptions behind your anxious thoughts

Reduce anxiety by challenging the assumptions behind your anxious thoughts There are a number of helpful ways to change how you think about anxiety provoking situations. One of the ways is to think of the anxious thoughts as incorrect predictions or assumptions about future events which are based upon unhelpful evidence from your past experiences.  Approaches

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What are Anxiety Disorders?

Anxiety Disorders The term Anxiety disorder is a collective term for a group of disorders that share anxiety-related symptoms. Each individual anxiety disorder refers to a set of anxiety symptoms and specific anxiety triggers.  All anxieties sufferers have an excessive fear or discomfort that is out of proportion to the situation, and which is something

Research shows new parents suffering higher than expected anxiety

New research shows new parents suffering higher than expected anxiety There are many things to fret about when you are a new parent: lack of sleep, the baby’s development, lost income and unsolicited parenting advice. But new research has found that for a higher than expected number of first-time mums and dads, the anxiety experienced

New research shows anxiety is a daily obstacle for 1 in 5 UK adults

Research shows that GPs are 46 times more likely to prescribe medication rather than alternative options for anxiety such as psychotherapy or exercise The topic of mental health has again hit the headlines. Prevalence of mental health problems is on the rise and we are now in a situation where mental health is the third

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An Effective Way to Reduce Anxiety in These Uncertain Economic Times | Anxiety in Manchester

[fblikesend] In these times of economic uncertainty people are becoming more and more stressed and anxious about their financial future. Whilst a certain level of stress can actually help motivate us and keep us on our toes, prolonged stress can have the opposite effect. Prolonged stress can seriously impact your health, and reduce your resourcefulness,

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