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Anxiety Road Podcast

Welcome to the Libsyn version of the Anxiety Road Podcast, this is the involuntary journey finding medical, behavioral health, meditation, relaxation and x=the unknown treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety, panic attacks and phobias too.

This podcast is treatment agnostic. You can find more content and resources at https://anxietyroadpodcast.blogspot.com

May 16, 2022

The verbal poison for profit business that is coursing through the system is killing people.
Both passively and in actuality.
 
And I can tell you from experience that the let’s pretend balm of dismissing this as a mental health issue has been put into play.
 
Or a one-off action of a lonely man. 
 
Sometimes all you...


May 9, 2022

There isn't one path to healing.  There can be dozens but when you are in the thick of it you only care about what works now.
 
So you might decide, you have stuff to do, you don't have time for introspections, give me the pill.
 
And it might work for you. Until it doesn't. Or your symptoms change. Or your anxiety...


May 2, 2022

It is May it is U.S. version of Mental Health Awareness Month.

Treating mental health concerns is just as important to treat as conditions for physical health.

The need for mental health care is needed across all levels of society. Neither poverty nor wealth should be a barrier to access quality mental health...


Apr 24, 2022

Anxiety symptoms are pesky. We spend a lot of time trying to deal with them. 
 
In addition to our daily task duties and responsibilities. 
 
In this episode, I want to share a few tips that can restore a sense of stability and calm. 
 
I don't want to turn anyone into a time robot. 
 
There are some evil time...


Apr 16, 2022

This is a pebble in the road about the definitions of dreams, bad dreams and nightmares. 
 
If you are an highly anxious person this is one of many possible symptoms of stress and anxiety that you might experienced. 
 
Vivid dreams and nightmares can be a sign of anxiety symptom. Or not. 
 
It could be just your brains...