OVERCOME YOUR ANXIETY

Subtitle Daily Practice and Breathwork for a Calmer, Panic-Free Life

Susan Reynolds
Price $16.99 / £12.99
Description Description With this practical workbook filled with more than 100 writing prompts and exercises, recognize your anxiety as it develops, then move beyond it toward a calmer, more peaceful you.

Anxiety can rob you of your motivation and your joy. In a matter of minutes, you can go from a state of ease to a spiral of stress. Intrusive thoughts, disrupted sleep, and mood issues are just a few of the ways that anxiety can affect both your physical and mental health. When anxiety kicks in, it can be difficult de-escalate. This book can help.

By learning to recognize the signs of anxiety, you can decrease it before it’s out of control. Through breathwork, mindfulness, and journaling, you’ll get to know your own mind and body better, pinpointing when you begin to panic and getting a better idea why.

Designed to be useful and featuring a layflat binding for easier writing and self-reflection, Overcome Your Anxiety by Susan Reynolds—author of over 40 nonfiction books and specialist in psychology and neuroscience—empowers you to:
 
  • Identify your body’s anxiety signals
  • Practice mindfulness techniques to calm yourself
  • Discover how anxiety impacts your physical and mental health
  • Develop coping skills for your stress

As you work through the book, you’ll find that you have the tools to overcome your anxiety and be a better you. Life is full of stress, but you’ve got this. When you tame your anxiety, you’re on your way to a calmer future.
Format:
Format Paperback Layflat 192 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9780785844037
Size:
Size6.00 in x 8.42 in / 152.40 mm x 213.87 mm
Published:
Published Date March 5th, 2024
Susan Reynolds
Susan Reynolds has written, co-authored, or edited more than 25 nonfiction books, primarily self-help works, on everything from finance to meditation to neuroscience. Her books include 5-Minute Productivity Workbook, 3-Minute Positivity WorkbookFire Up Your Writing Brain, and Train Your Brain to Get Happy. She regularly blogs for Psychologytoday.com and on fireupyourwritingbrain.com. 
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