In this episode a look at an old spouse's tale about breathing into a paper bag, an audio clip from Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD and some thoughts about a wearabe tech device and app called Thync.
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In this podcast, a look at how frequently you could have an attack and UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center's Guided Meditations.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy also known as CBT is a psychotherapy treatment that seeks to change patterns of thinking or behavior. CBT training focuses on if you change the thought you reduce or eliminate the possibility of an attack.
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In this espisode, a quick overview of what you doctor might decide to do once it is discovered that you have an anxiety or panic disorder.
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You have an anxiety or panic attacks. In this episode a few suggestions on how to go forward.
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Here is the thing, there are treatment options if you are broke: There are treatment options if you have an HMO or if you actually belong to a boutique medical group.
The hard part is finding the right provider and treatment for you and your condition. So the goal of this podcast is to talk about treatment options, apps, some history, a tiny bit of humor, which should be included in any treatment.
An anxiety or a panic attack is a mental health condition that has physical symptoms and behaviors. It has frequency, it is disruptive and the condition can cause you to change your life.
Welcome to the Anxiety Road Podcast; the involuntary journey seeking treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety and panic attacks. This podcast is treatment agnostic.