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Countering Anxiety Worksheet
On this page we will provide you with an Countering Anxiety Worksheet. It will help you know the cyclic process of anxiety and amendments required to break the anxiety.
What is a countering anxiety worksheet?
Anxiety is a state of fear and nervousness which is provoked by certain things and situations. Anticipatory anxiety is the fear and disturbance you experience before the event. That fear leads to body symptoms like muscle tension ,stress etc. When a person encounters the event that predominates fear makes things worse which further reinforce his fear and beliefs regarding a particular event.This worksheet helps you to know the changes required to counter the anxiety.
How will a countering anxiety worksheet help?
Anxiety has adverse impacts on a persons life.It cause rapid heart rate,palpitations and chest pain.You may also be at an increased risk of high blood pressure and heart diseases.Moreover it affects your personal and social life.This worksheet helps you know the cyclic process of anxiety . This worksheet will show you the changes required on each level of a process to reduce the anxiety .
Instructions on how to use the countering anxiety worksheet.
Anxiety is a vicious cycle. There is a fear or negative thoughts regarding an event. When actual events occur that fear leads to many undesired feelings, body symptoms and behaviors which negatively reinforce that fear for future events. In this way anxiety maintains its occurrence in a person's life. To break this cycle we need to work on the basics e.g negative thoughts that lead to negative behavior. We have to address each level of a cycle to reduce the anxiety.
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On this page we provided you with an Anxiety countering Worksheet. It hopefully helped you know the cyclic process of anxiety and amendments required to break the anxiety.
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