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Rewiring Amygdala-Based Anxiety

Rewiring Amygdala-Based Anxiety

To rewire anxiety rooted in the amygdala, one must learn to communicate in the language of emotional memories. This involves associating different emotions with situations or objects that previously triggered fear.

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Discover the neuroscience behind anxiety and learn effective strategies to overcome it, as revealed in 'Rewire Your Anxious Brain' by Catherine M. Pittman and Elizabeth M. Karle.

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