The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Workbook

The Best Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Workbook Brimming with exercises worksheets tips and tools this how to workbook is the much anticipated companion to Wehrenberg s popular The Best Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Expanding on those t

Brimming with exercises, worksheets, tips, and tools, this how to workbook is the much anticipated companion to Wehrenberg s popular The 10 Best Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Expanding on those top 10 anxiety busting techniques, the workbook demonstrates exactly how to put them to work to understand, manage, and conquer your stress.From panic disorders, generalized aBrimming with exercises, worksheets, tips, and tools, this how to workbook is the much anticipated companion to Wehrenberg s popular The 10 Best Ever Anxiety Management Techniques Expanding on those top 10 anxiety busting techniques, the workbook demonstrates exactly how to put them to work to understand, manage, and conquer your stress.From panic disorders, generalized anxiety, and social anxiety, to everyday worry and stress, manifestations of anxiety are among the most common and pervasive mental health complaints Whether you suffer from sweaty palms during a work presentation, persistent rumination, or even agoraphobia, anxiety can be debilitating But thanks to a flood of supporting brain research, effective, practical strategies have emerged that allow us to manage day to day anxiety on our own.In this workbook, Wehrenberg walks us through a valuable collection of them, showing just how physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms can be alleviated with targeted training Step by step exercises on developing and implementing counter cognitions, mindfulness meditation, thought stopping and thought replacement, breathing minutes, demand delays, cued relaxation, affirmations, and much are presented all guaranteed to soothe your anxious thoughts.Praise for Margaret Wehrenberg s books A thoughtful book that provides immediate help for people suffering from depression I highly recommend it Daniel G Amen,

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  1. Call me a freak, but I really liked this book.It s VERY technical, but when you re talking about stuff like anxiety I think technical helps.Here s an example of what I mean What s making you so worried It s that darned negative, limbic generated worry getting stuck in the anterior cingulate gyrus See That just cracked me up But seriously, the emphasis is that things like anxiety are actually the result of over functioning parts of our brain We re not just crazy Comforting, to say the least.

  2. Book that has concrete strategies and behaviors to help you deal with anxiety Each item is presented with an explanation in a straightforward way Common objections, criticisms, and pitfalls are presented with support for the author s methods She doesn t dumb it down or try to make you feel bad about yourself I never actually finished the book I got enough out of it to help my anxiety issues I m not saying that I m NEVER anxious, but it helped me to feel in control of what was happening If I fee [...]

  3. This book was fantastic The author discusses effective ways to manage anxiety without the use of medications She acknowledges that medications can be useful for a short time but that they should not be the primary treatment method This really aligns with my personal beliefs about medications Specifically, she focuses on breathing techniques and self talk methods If you have anxiety issues, I definitely recommend this book

  4. This review is based only on a small portion of the book Technique 9 Control TMA Too Much Activity I felt like it would offer some good tips for the type of chronic, mild anxiety that comes up for most highly driven people And there were definitely some helpful takeaways.Three Sentence Summary If your anxiety comes from just being a high drive personality, you re wired to be busy and staying in motion helps you discharge the anxiety So accept that you ll never be a lie in the hammock type of per [...]

  5. This was a helpful book for everyone in my family I originally checked it out to try and learn some new techniques to help my son with his OCD and anxiety issues He s 11, and was very interested in all the parts of the brain and how to manage them to stop being afraid all the time He also receives therapy and treatment, but a LOT of it falls on the shoulders of the family to help him manage Once I got into the book, I realized there was plenty in it for me The breathing and relaxation techniques [...]

  6. This book took me some time to work through I didn t find the exercises as immediately helpful as the companion book about depression which is odd because I ve only ever been diagnosed with anxiety, not depression That being said, sitting with the exercises, thinking them through and working hard to put them in practice has done wonders If you re interested only in the how to , you can skip the first chapter or two It gives some basics of neurochemistry and insight into how neurotransmitter imba [...]

  7. This book is good far as it goes The sections describing physical and cognitive behavioral interventions for anxiety are terrific, frankly, and I would recommend those to anyone I have to say, however, that elsewhere in the book there are some enormous holes It s one of the few guides for laypeople that gives the lowdown on how alcohol makes anxiety worse, not better, for instance But it doesn t mention at any point that marijuana, wildly popular as a treatment for anxiety, has exactly the same [...]

  8. I marked it 4 stars not because it was particularly helpful to me, but because I think it is a well written book that could be very helpful to someone suffering from anxiety The only reason that it wasn t particularly helpful to me is that through my own reading, research, experience and therapy I already know it all It s amazing how many people don t understand the effects that, for instance, not eating all day, or smoking, can have on your mental health It s also amazing how many doctors give [...]

  9. A performance art instructor recommended this book to me I can say that once I got through it, there were a few exercises that helped me work out some of my own anxieties or at least admit that I might have them There are many tools to train your brain to believe you can be better, remain calm, and experience your fear in less paralyzing ways I found the book to be very difficult to read and extremely unenjoyable Perhaps some of that is due to the subject matter, but some of it is due to the den [...]

  10. Extremely interesting read on what makes the brain anxious, how medication comes in to play, and finally the bulk of the book behavior modification strategies I would recommend this book to almost anyone, as I think it explains so much when one is anxious, even if you don t consider yourself to be suffering from anxiety There is a lot of information for those who suffer from panic attacks, which is appropriate, but for those who do not, it s fairly easy to skip those sections I will be keeping t [...]

  11. Anxiety management isn t a one stop shop issue, and Wehrenberg makes that very clear from the get go I was a little wary to pick this up from the title of the book click bait, anyone , but it has some extremely smart techniques that give hope to those who struggle with this issue.Wehrenberg breaks down anxiety from a scientific point of view, then goes into broad techniques like breathing that anyone can do By the end of the book, I had already practiced multiple techniques and have seen progres [...]

  12. For me, who does not go to any psychologist, this book was very enlightening, with some good practical tips that I could use right away The first part of the book gives a real simple and very interesting explanation of how the brain does what it does, so everyone can understand the basics of the brain functions.

  13. A lot of interesting tips for dealing with anxiety Plus, a lot of explanation about how the brain works and why people are anxious A lot I had read heard other places, some new techniques One specifically I taught my 5 yr old is to replace anxious thoughts with loud singing She has found it is helpful for her Not a book you need to read cover to cover to appreciate.

  14. I found it very helpful in understanding myself and my own brain the book gave me great tools to work with to change anxiety creating habits I wouldn t know about other types of anxiety, but as for that related to tension, high drive, and over activity which is what I suffer from , that book is just what you need.

  15. This book tells readers not only how to prevent, but also how to control anxiety when it occurs.1 mindlessness with shifting attention sounds like a great approach to let your body control your mind

  16. Great book not only for myself but to use in therapy with clients I have taken a lot of suggestions out of this book and used them to give clients homework assignments and practice different techniques in sessions It has proved to be very helpful both in my personal and professional life

  17. Good book with clear, practical strategies for people dealing with anxiety.It touches on the roles of medication and also psychotherapy.This book is applicable to children and adults.

  18. Excellent book on coping with and reducing anxiety I liked especially the chapter on Technique 9 Control Too Much Activity.

  19. Excellent reading for the anxiety prone, it offers ideas to understand, cope with and overcome anxiety Very helpful.

  20. This is an excellent book for anyone who has anxiety issues or panic attacks A very good explanation of what is happening and how to manage it.

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