Seems like they make apps for everything. As for anxiety, there’s several apps for that. Sadly, Anxiety Apps are gimmicks. Overcoming anxiety takes real work, not playing around on your cell phone, telling you to breathe or telling you to stop with your negative thoughts. Really? Seriously?
Anxiety Apps actually trivialize the serious problem that is anxiety.
It’s not just one technique that helps eradicate anxiety. It takes an entire treatment program to eradicate anxiety, one that starts by figuring out what type of anxiety you have. Then the next step is to figure out the severity of your anxiety. Then it is important to see how each domain of anxiety is affected. Once all of these diagnostic components are figured out, then an individualized treatment plan can commence, based on clinical experience and evidence.
Anxiety Apps can’t take the place of therapists and psychiatrists. And Anxiety Apps can’t take the place of comprehensive self-help programs contained within AnxietyBoss.com and the Anxiety Protocol.
Don’t get scammed by gimmicks. Take a breath, meditate, or do yoga, but don’t waste your money on Anxiety Apps.
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