Anxiety symptoms: How does cognitive behavioural therapy soothe signs of anxiety?

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Anxiety symptoms: How does cognitive behavioural therapy soothe signs of anxiety?

"CBT can help you to break this vicious circle of altered thinking, feelings and behaviour," certified the Royal College of Psychiatrists.Together wit

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“CBT can help you to break this vicious circle of altered thinking, feelings and behaviour,” certified the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Together with a professional, or aided by a professional support tool, you can begin to look at your thoughts, feelings and behaviour to work out if they’re unrealistic or unhelpful.

Then you can delve into how they affect each other, and you, and work on changing unhelpful thoughts.

An example can be to “question a self-critical or upsetting thought and replace it with a more helpful (and more realistic) one that you have developed in CBT”.

Source: | Daily Express

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