Anxiety is a growing concern in today’s society as people are increasingly overwhelmed with the amount of pressure they face. Stressors can stem from any area that requires attention, such as work, home life, finances, relationships, and physical health. This constant bombardment can lead to exhaustion, insomnia, muscle tension, restlessness and even depression.
While it is natural to feel anxious at points throughout life, persistent feelings of worry can greatly impact an individual’s quality of life and cause long-term harm if not addressed in the right way. Fortunately, there are a variety of therapies available to those suffering from anxiety which can be effective for reducing or eliminating symptoms altogether. It is important for everyone to recognize that taking care of mental health should be as much of a priority as physical health in order to create balance in our lives.
However, the original purpose of anxiety was to inform you that you are in danger. This begs the question; when you are feeling anxious, are you actually in danger or has your brain tricked you into thinking that you are?
The audiobook The Worry Trick explores this question in detail, as psychologist and anxiety expert David Carbonell breaks down how anxiety is capable of hijacking the brain and results in one feeling anxious as well as offers techniques that can help you stop feeling anxiety.
Doctor Carbonell is a Clinical Psychologist who has dedicated his life into studying and treating anxiety disorders throughout his professional career as a teacher, a therapist as well as an author. He has authored four self help books for people dealing with anxiety and often hosts workshops for therapists who want to get more in-depth knowledge of what anxiety disorders are and how they are to be treated. He is also the founder of the Anxiety Treatment Center in Chicago.
You can find this book in the link that we have provided below.