Anxiety

Brain Facts

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Finding social outlets is a key to coping with anxiety

No anxiety disorder or bout of anxiety can be understood and corrected in isolation. Connecting with other people has a two-fold effect on anxiety coping. First, it encourages collaboration and resource-sharing. Asking for help, both online and off, increases your own knowledge base and awareness of how anxiety affects your life and ways it can be managed.

No anxiety disorder or bout of anxiety can be understood and corrected in isolation. Connecting with other people has a two-fold effect on anxiety coping. First, it encourages collaboration and resource-sharing. Asking for help, both online and off, increases your own knowledge base and awareness of how anxiety affects your life and ways it can be managed.

Second, socialization spurs solidarity between people who may not know what anxiety disorders are and between people who are suffering/have suffered through severe anxiety in the past. Socializing is also a great opportunity to put into practice other cognitive methods that research has shown effective against overwhelming anxious thoughts and feelings.

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