Generalized Anxiety Disorder Treatment: Mind
Since the mind can often run in circles, resulting in bodily tension, high blood pressure, and a perpetual state of anxiety, treatments that help break this circular thought pattern can help treat generalized anxiety disorder. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help break these toxic thought patterns, and working with a trained professional can provide a sense of support. Professionals can also help you to realize where is the root of your anxiety, an how you might be able to change those things, to help de-stress your life.
Effect of Biofeedback on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Probably the most common use of biofeedback is to treat stress and stress-related conditions, including anxiety, insomnia, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, muscle pain, migraine headaches, and...
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Effect of Music Therapy on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Music Therapy is often used to help calm a person's mental and emotional state.63
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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
In many relaxation techniques, one begins by either lying down or assuming a relaxed, seated posture in a quiet place and closing the eyes. The next step differs depending on the method. In autogenic...
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Effect of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
The therapist seeks in a variety of ways to produce cognitive change—change in an individual’s thinking and belief system—in order to bring about lasting emotional and behavioral change. Controlled...
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