I’m going to say it. The world feels like it’s going a bit crazy, right?
Between a pandemic and all of the politics and changes we’ve been living through, it can seem like a lot to deal with – even for those of us who have already seen a lot.
A normal reaction to the ever-changing world is anxiety. While many of us deal with a normal amount of anxiety on a daily basis, about 4% of the population have an anxiety disorder that makes it harder for them to accomplish their daily tasks.
You can tackle anxiety as it comes by getting active and doing some exercise. However, if you want to retrain your brain, you can learn to break the cycles of worry thanks to Unwinding Anxiety by Dr. Judson Brewer.
Break the Cycle of Fear and Worry
Anxiety does more than just fuel a feeling of discomfort. It can also lead to bad habits and unhealthy behaviors and prevent us from living our lives to the fullest.
In his New York Times bestselling book Unwinding Anxiety, Dr. Brewer shows a step-by-step plan that is clinically proven to help you stop anxiety in its tracks.
Instead of trying to just handle anxiety as it comes, Dr. Brewer shows how we can tackle it at its source using brain-based techniques and hacks that everyone can try. The techniques he teaches have been tested hands-on with thousands of patients, including Olympic athletes and coaches and even business and government leaders.
Heal Your Mind From Anxiety
Do you feel like you have bad habits that are driven by your fears? Think of mindless snacking, smoking, or even sitting in front of the TV for hours.
If we want to live longer lives, we have to do so by being as healthy as possible. Sometimes that means we need to attack things at the source and work on our mental health before we can improve our physical health.
Unwinding Anxiety teaches you how to break those habits, helping you to identify your triggers and defuse them with a simple (but powerful) practice of curiosity.
By using mindfulness and other practices, you can get to the root of your unhealthy habits and worries and start working on being the best version of yourself.
Shockingly Good, Practical Advice for Anxiety
If you struggle with anxiety – whether everyday worries or you have an anxiety disorder – this book has thousands of 5-star reviews that tout its value.
Most of the reviews love how practical the advice is and how easy it is to implement it into your life.
An easy read, you’ll start to become more aware of your behaviors and be able to tackle the issue at its source.
It’s time to live your life without fear bogging you down. Grab this book, talk it through with your therapist, and get to (easy) work!