Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Breathe, Here Are 9 Natural Ways To Treat Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of fear of loss or hurt and “uneasy anticipation,” often when the threat cannot be judged correctly. Is it any wonder that the world we live in causes anxiety? The real issue is terror and survival and the deprivation of love. Anxiety can be brought on by[.....]

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Depression

Are you overwhelmed by intense feelings of hopelessness and despair? If so, it’s time for you to seek medical help, especially if these feelings are persistent and preventing you from leading a normal, active life. Your doctor may recommend a form of psychotherapy known as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which can help you recognize and positively change negative thoughts and behavioral patterns. When compared to other standard treatments for depression, CBT has been proven to reduce the overall risk of relapse.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Anxiety

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a scientifically backed method to treat anxiety disorders that afflict about 18 percent of the US population. With short, productive sessions, CBT aims to help you gain a better understanding of your feelings, thoughts, emotions, and actions. You can even try supplementing it with yoga, tai chi, aromatherapy, and/or ayurveda.

Social Phobia: Causes, Types, Symptoms, And Treatment

Social phobia or social anxiety disorder (SAD) is extreme shyness and anxiety in situations that demand social interactions. An individual with SAD has low self-esteem, is self-critical, and may experience panic attacks or physical symptoms like sweating, trembling, blushing due to the fear of a social situation. A viable treatment option could be cognitive behavioral therapy.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Insomnia

If you're suffering from insomnia and fail to get a good night's sleep, cognitive behavioral therapy may help. This form of talk therapy examines your thoughts and behaviors, recognizes the unhelpful ones, and tries to change them. It uses techniques like sleep hygiene, relaxation training, stimulus control, paradoxical intention, sleep restriction, and biofeedback.