10 quick anxiety relief techniques



10 quick anxiety relief techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy that are simple coping skills, reduce anxiety fast, and can instantly help you feel more calm.

Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro & Disclaimers
1:09 – Get ready to use these skills
1:38 – Get grounded
4:41 – Make friends with your anxiety
6:31 – Change your body’s chemistry
9:12 – Stop fighting your thoughts
13:17 – Opposite action
14:22 – Use a coping skill
17:39 – Do something you love
18:53 – Recharge
19:38 – Remember your why
20:28 – Get help
21:46 – Long term treatment

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Learn more:
* All of my videos on anxiety treatment:
* Depersonalisation disorder: the condition you’ve never heard of that affects millions:
* The dive reflex:
* How to get better sleep at night:
* Writing About Emotional Experiences as a Therapeutic Process:
* When Is Seeking Safety Functional? Taking a Pragmatic Approach to Distinguishing Coping From Safety:

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