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A practical, empowering 10-week guide for reducing anxiety and looking after your mental health. 'Inspiring. I've learned some very valuable practises from Sarah's teachings including the worry dump which I find a daily help' - Melissa Hemsley, author of Eat Happy ***** Modern life can feel overwhelming. The pressures of work, life, family and friends come from all angles, not to mention our harsh inner critic - it can be hard to find respite! From leading Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Sarah Vohra, comes The Mind Medic. A tried and tested method for managing the low moods when they come, it offers expert advice and easy-to-follow exercises on how to optimise your senses, including: * SEE: how to see beyond the negatives to reframe thought patterns * HEAR: how to create a space to listen and be listened to * SMELL: how to use your breath to calm your spiralling thoughts * FEEL: how to feel more confident in yourself * TASTE: how to eat for your mood and improve your relationship with food Debunking myths and conflicting advice surrounding mental health, Dr Sarah's 10-week plan of simple, easy practices have the potential to change your outlook on life for the better, for ever. For fans of Fearne Cotton's Calm and Matt Haig's Notes of a Nervous Planet. ***** PRAISE FOR THE MIND MEDIC: 'Dr Sarah is a light in a world which overlooks the importance of mental health, what she does is so important' Jada Sezer, Model, Actor and UN Women Ambassador 'Dr Sarah uses her medical expertise and years of experience to empower people with the knowledge and understanding they need to improve their own mental health' Dr Alex George, A&E and TV Doctor, Love Island 4 Contestant 'Dr Sarah is a leading voice in her field of psychiatry. She always promotes her message about self-worth and acceptance in a practical and accessible manner' Renee Mcgregor, Sports and Eating Disorder Dietitian
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety ReliefMany of the available resources for managing anxiety are based on opinion rather than science. Dr. Craig April, founder of The April Center for Anxiety Attack Management, relies on the latter. By employing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), he helps readers break through fear for the anxiety relief they desire. Stop being anxious for nothing. Assuming the role of victim when it comes to anxiety can make us feel trapped and convince us that we have no control over getting better. However, Dr. April has found that in most of its forms, anxiety is not a mental health disorder. In fact, anxiety relief begins by facing our fears. Using a stripped-down, no-nonsense approach to anxiety, Dr. April takes CBT techniques and tackles anxiety at the root: false fear messages. Dare to heal your anxiety. Fear is a factor in all lives, whether we feel it plays a significant role in controlling us or not. Lucky for us, it is also something that can be faced. By recognizing anxiety as a result of false fear messages, we become better equipped to manage it. An expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anxiety relief, Dr. April uses over twenty years of experience to help readers face their fears and overcome their anxiety. An indispensable book on anxiety relief for adults, you'll discover: Effective anti-anxiety methods used at The April Center for Anxiety Attack Management A non-victim approach to help you take back control and reclaim your life Tips and practical tools for healing your fears If you benefited from anxiety books like Feeling Good (David Burns), The End of Mental Illness (Daniel Amen), Anxious for Nothing (Max Lucado), or works by Louise Hay, then you'll want to read The Anxiety Getaway.
First published in 1925, this forward-thinking volume examined states of anxiety, their causes and their possible cures. Based on physicians' reports of their patients, the author aimed to expand beyond purely obsessive dreads to understanding fear in both its determinants and its mechanisms, with the view that pathological timidity is only brought on through learned fear and environmental influences rather than from birth.