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Challenge Anxiety: 30 Days to a New Life Free from Anxiety, Fear, Worry, and Shyness

Contains 2 Manuscripts: Squash Anxiety and Use Neuroscience to Overcome Anxiety
Narrated by: Edwin Wald
Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins

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Publisher's Summary

If you or someone you know are coping with feelings of anxiety, this audiobook can provide you with a list of ideas to possibly ease some of your daily fears and worries. Though stressors of life are constant and some mild form of anxiety plagues us all, it is best to identify those fears and work to alleviate them. This audiobook provides ideas for new tasks coupled with scientific data that you can perform in your daily life to see if it helps relieve your feelings of anxiety.

Anxiety: how to use neuroscience to overcome anxiety, fear, worry, shyness, and panic attacks

Anxiety has been around for as long as the human brain has. Like the brain, anxiety and all the other conflicts associated with it have also remained mysterious. As neuroscience has gained more momentum, so too has our knowledge of why anxiety happens in the first place. With the help of neurologists, we have started to learn the truths of what exactly is going on inside the human brain when anxiety starts to take control.

Use developments in neuroscience to rewire your brain and free yourself from the chains of anxiety, shyness, and panic attacks.

If anxiety dictates the way you live your life and you are ready to make a change and take charge of your life, this audiobook will help you overcome anxiety.

The mysteries of the brain are something that continues to be invested and researched to find and define notable behavior, both positive and negative.

This audiobook explains:

  • How does the amygdala work?
  • What is the role of the cerebral cortex in your personality?
  • How does the brain and the processes in the brain work together on negativity?
  • What can be done to rewire the brain and change old, bad habits into healthier, more positive approaches like diet, medication, supplements, therapy, meditation, self-awareness, and more?

The best step in getting better is that first, brave step that you take to define and seek help.

©2018 Marcus Theron (P)2019 Marcus Theron

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