Book: Mental Health Workbook

Book Title:

Mental Health Workbook: 4 Books In 1: How to Use Neuroscience and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to Declutter Your Mind, Stop Overthinking and Quickly Overcome Anxiety, Worry and Panic Attacks.

Author(s): Edward Scott.

Year: 2020.

Edition: First (1st).

Publisher: Saturno Lecca.

Type(s): Hardcover, Paperback, and Kindle.


Want to learn more about neuroscience paired with cognitive behavioural therapy? Would you like to figure out how to clear your mind by stopping stress, stopping overthinking, overcoming anxiety, worries and panic attacks? If so, read on!

The Cognitive behavioural therapy has been shown to be effective in relieving symptoms in a wide range of mental health problems, ranging from addiction to schizophrenia, along with almost everything in between. It has been shown to be useful for longer than drugs and other forms of therapy.

Excessive thinking can be a side effect of some nervousness problems; however, it can also be an indication of simply being overwhelmed.

One of the most important reasons you want to clear your mind is because it is already playing a negative role in your life. Living with constant negative thoughts and intense fears can cause someone to crave a way to relieve pain or develop unhealthy habits that could get worse.

Anxiety is linked to many other mental illnesses, especially depression!

The main focus of this book is to follow the steps which will improve your thinking

This book covers the following topics

  • What is cognitive behavioural therapy?
  • Stages of cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Definition of excessive thinking.
  • How to identify if you are an excessive thinker.
  • The relationship between excessive thinking, anxiety and stress.
  • Health Benefits of Decluttering.
  • Usual remedy in localised deep breathing.
  • Believe in your self-esteem.
  • And many more.

Before learning the exercises that eliminate negative thinking, you should understand why you have these thoughts.

In fact, the stress caused by information overload, endless options and physical clutter can trigger various mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. Do you want to know how to prevent them?

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