Rewiring the Anxious Brain – Neuroplasticity and the Anxiety Cycle(Anxiety Skills #21)

You can rewire your brain to be less anxious through a simple- but not easy process. Understanding the Anxiety Cycle, and how avoidance causes anxiety to spiral out of control, unlocks the key to learning how to tone down anxiety and rewire those neural pathways to feel safe and secure.
In this video I teach three essential things you need to understand about anxiety, three steps to facing and overcoming anxiety and how the brain can actually change (rewire) it's structure, function, and chemistry when you change how you think and act.
Rewiring the Anxious Brain Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb-clvcX7fI

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