Book: Understanding Motivation and Emotion

Book Title:

Understanding Motivation and Emotion.

Author(s): Johnmarshall Reeve.

Year: 2018.

Edition: Seventh (7th).

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons.

Type(s): Paperback and Kindle.

Synopsis:

Understanding Motivation and Emotion helps readers understand motivation; where it comes from, how and why it changes over time, and how motivation can be increased. The book also shows how to apply the principles of motivation in applied settings, such as in schools, in the workplace, on the athletic field, in counselling, and in one’s own personal life.

Reeve’s engaging writing captures the excitement of recent advances in the field to show the reader what contemporary motivation psychologists are excited about. He also uses effective examples and explains how motivation study can be applied to readers’ daily lives.

By combining a strong theoretical foundation with current research and practical applications, Reeve provides readers with a valuable tool for understanding why people do what they do and why people feel what they feel.

Book: The Age of Anxiety

Book Title:

Time Special Edition: The Age of Anxiety.

Author(s): The Editors of TIME.

Year: 2020.

Edition: First (1st).

Publisher: Time.

Type(s): Magazine and Kindle.

Synopsis:

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental illness in the US, affecting 40 million adults.

But what exactly is anxiety?

In this special edition from TIME, anxiety is examined in all of its complexity.

Is it a physiological ailment, or a psychological impairment or both? Is it a simple fight-or-flight response to everyday stress and how best to manage it in our lives?

This special edition includes:

  • What anxiety does to your brain and body;
  • The upside of anxiety;
  • How the stress can fuel you;
  • How social media and our digital lives can make us anxious; and
  • The unique pressures upon children and teens and how to address them.

Also included are natural remedies for anxiety, tips on mindful meditation and more.

Book: Overcoming Anxiety

Book Title:

Overcoming Anxiety: Reassuring ways to break free from stress and worry and lead a calmer life.

Author(s): Gill Hasson and Tania Rodrigues.

Year: 2016.

Edition: First (1st).

Publisher: Audible Studios.

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

Synopsis:

Understand, overcome, and break free from worry and anxiety.

Best-selling personal development author Gill Hasson is back, and this time she is here to help with something that affects all people at some point in their lives: anxiety.

Worries and anxieties are familiar to us all. Worrying can be helpful when it prompts you to take action and solve a problem, but unrelenting doubts, fears, and negative possibilities can dominate your mind, affecting your ability to manage your everyday life and well-being, your sleep and appetite, your social life, and your ability to concentrate.

But it does not need to be like this; there are ways that you can manage this spiral of unhelpful thoughts and difficult feelings. Overcoming Anxiety explains how to manage anxiety and stop it from taking over; it teaches you the skills you need to lead a more peaceful, stress-free life.

Overcoming Anxiety:

  • Provides practical strategies and techniques to manage your anxiety.
  • Discusses how to break free from negative cycles and move forward in a positive way.
  • Contains real-life examples from anxiety sufferers.
  • Explores what it takes to handle immediate anxiety events and longer term, low-level background anxiety and worry.

Book: How to Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care

Book Title:

How to Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care.

Author(s): Richard P. Brown, Patricia L. Gerberg, and Phillip R. Muskin.

Year: 2012.

Edition: Reprint Edition.

Publisher: W.W. Norton & Co.

Type(s): Hardcover, Paperback and Kindle.

Synopsis:

Many physicians and therapists agree that herbs and mind-body practices enhance health, but many more are reluctant to integrate them into their clinical work because of a lack of training or, given how long it takes to master the use of hundreds of different herbs, a lack of time.

But the trend is clear: clients and consumers alike want control over their health care choices, making the time ripe for a practical resource that guides both the clinician and the consumer on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). This book answers that call.

Three noted experts in integrative medicine, Drs. Brown, Gerbarg, and Muskin, demystify the complexities of alternative mental health care, giving readers a comprehensive yet accessible guidebook to the best treatment options out there.

From mood, memory, and anxiety disorders to ADD, sexual enhancement issues, psychotic disorders, and substance abuse, every chapter covers a major diagnostic category.

The authors then present a range of complementary and alternative treatments-including the use of herbs, nutrients, vitamins, nootropics, hormones, and mind-body practices that they have found to be beneficial for various conditions within each category.

For example, B complex vitamins and folate have been shown to help with depression; omega-3 fatty acids can offer relief for bipolar sufferers; coherent and resonant breathing techniques-used by Buddhist monks-induce healthy alpha rhythms in the brain to relieve anxiety; the elderly can boost their memory by taking the ancient medicinal herb Rhodiola rosea; and those with chronic fatigue syndrome can find comfort in acupuncture and yoga.

Focusing on evidence-based approaches, the research, the authors’ clinical experience, and the potential risks and benefits of each treatment are carefully examined.

Brown, Gerbarg, and Muskin have distilled an otherwise daunting field of treatment down to its basics: their overriding approach is to present the CAM methods that are most practical in a clinical setting, easy to administer, and low in side effects.

With helpful summary tables at the end of each chapter, clinical pearls, and case vignettes interspersed throughout, this is a must-have resource for all clinicians and consumers who want the best that alternative medicine has to offer.

Do Physical Comorbidities affect the Diagnosis of Depression & Anxiety?

Research Paper Title

A systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence of common mental disorders in people with non-communicable diseases in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.

Background

The prevalence of mental and physical comorbidities is unknown in South Asia, as estimates of mental ill health in patients with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) have predominantly come from studies based in the United States, Europe and Australasia.

This systematic review and meta-analysis summarises evidence and provides pooled estimates of the prevalence of common mental disorders in adults with non-communicable diseases in South Asia.

Methods

The researchers included prevalence studies of depression and anxiety in adults with diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and chronic respiratory conditions in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, published from 1990 onwards in international and country-specific databases.

Results

Out of 96 included studies, 83 provided data for random effects meta-analyses.

The pooled prevalence of depression was 44% (95% confidence interval (CI) = 26 to 62) for patients with COPD, 40% (95% CI = 34 to 45) for diabetes, 39% (95% CI = 23 to 56) for stroke, 38% (95% CI = 32 to 45) for hypertension, and 37% (95% CI = 30 to 45) for cancer.

The pooled prevalence of anxiety based on 28 studies was 29% (95% CI = 22 to 36).

Many quality issues were identified in a critical appraisal of included studies, mostly relating to the sampling frame and selection process, the description of the methods and basic data, and the description of non-responders.

Conclusions

Depression and anxiety are prevalent and underdiagnosed in people with physical comorbidities in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.

Reference

Uphoff, E.P., Newbould, L., Walker, I., Ashraf, N., Chaturvedi, S., Kandasamy, A., Mazumdar, P., Meader, N., Naheed, A., Rana, R., Wright, J., Wright, J.M., Siddiqi, N., Churchill, R. & NIHR Global Health Research Group – IMPACT. (2019) A systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence of common mental disorders in people with non-communicable diseases in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. Journal of Global Health. 9(2):020417. doi: 10.7189/jogh.09.020417.

Dosed (2019)

Introduction

An award-winning documentary film about treating anxiety, depression and addiction with psychedelic medicine.

Outline

After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine like magic mushrooms and iboga.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Tyler Chandler.
  • Producer(s): Robert J. Barnhart, Tyler Chandler, Jason Hodges, Kelley Hodges, Chris Mayerson, Nicholas Meyers, and Nick Soares.
  • Writer(s): Tyler Chandler, Nicholas Meyers, and Jessie Deeter (Story consultant).
  • Music: Jayme McDonald.
  • Cinematography: Nicholas Meyers.
  • Editor(s): Tyler Chandler and Nicholas Meyers.
  • Production: Golden Teacher Films.
  • Release Date: 20 March 2019 (US).
  • Running Time: 82 minutes.

A New Understanding: The Science of Psilocybin (2015)

Introduction

A New Understanding explores the treatment of end-of-life anxiety in terminally ill cancer patients using psilocybin, a psychoactive compound found in some mushrooms, to facilitate deeply spiritual experiences.

Outline

The documentary explores the confluence of science and spirituality in the first psychedelic research studies since the 1970’s with terminally ill patients.

As a society we devote a great deal of attention to treating cancer, but very little to treating the human being who is dying of cancer. The recent resurgence of psychedelic research is once again revealing the power of compounds like psilocybin to profoundly alter our understanding of both life and death. Through the eyes of patients, their loved ones, therapists, and researchers, A New Understanding examines the use of psilocybin in a controlled setting to reduce psychospiritual anxiety, depression, and physical pain.

The treatment aims to help the patient understand that a ‘good’ death is possible, and to help the patient’s family deal well with the dying process. A New Understanding shows patients and their families coming to terms with dying through the skillful treatment of the whole human being. If we can learn to work more skillfully with dying, we will also learn to take better care of life.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Roslyn Dauber.
  • Producer(s): Robert J Barnhart, Roslyn Dauber, Brady Dial, Matt Humble, Steve McDonald, Jeff Porter, and Mitch Schultz.
  • Music: Brian Satterwhite.
  • Editor(s): Jason Uson.
  • Studio: Red Phoenix Productions.
  • Production: Golden Teacher Films.
  • Release Date: March 2015 (US).
  • Running Time: 55 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Langauge: English.

Book: Overcome Anxiety

Book Title:

Overcome Anxiety: How to manage anxiety disorder, manage worry, stop panic attack for an happy life with joy and happiness.

Author(s): Jamie Peace.

Year: 2019.

Edition: First.

Publisher: Independently Published.

Type(s): Paperback.

Synopsis:

ANXIETY IN ONE SHOT: DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU THINK.

Are you afraid of fear? Do you know that today there are new simple therapies? Did they ever talk to you about the diary of change?

We all feel anxious all the time. Without anxiety, we would have been eaten out of existence. It is what helps us determine the danger and get out of it in time. When your heart begins to race, you then know that you need to get your flight or fight on.

When one finds themselves on the cusps of anxiety and depression, it often feels like the world is coming to an end. You lose energy of what you want to do when depression sets in. When anxiety sets in, you almost feel as though the world is a raging enemy, charging at you in full speed. Desperately, you look round for a solution, or at least, guidelines for finding solutions. You find, them, but they are laded with medical jargon.

However, there is another situation where your body begins to act out anxiously even in the absence of a threat? So what do you do in this case? Well, you chose this book, and we are here to help you find a guide on how to live with it.

Well, guess what? This book is here to provide you with material that you won’t find around -easy to follow steps and guides to identify if you suffer from anxiety or depression, or a potent combination of both. You will then be run through a series of steps on what you can do to improve your condition, how to find the motivation to go through with exercises, medically proven remedies for anxiety and depression, the kind of exercises that will help you recover better.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • What are the problem of Anxiety, Depression, Worry, Panic attack
  • How Identifying them in different situation
  • Simple helpful Exercise
  • Put the teachings into practice
  • What is a diary of change

This book is full of simple, easy to follow exercises, instructions, and guides written in a straightforward language. Instead of telling you that you have anxiety or depression, we give you concrete pointers on identifying the issue and then follow through with descriptive guideline that you can follow towards recovery. We have written this book in a way that even a child would pick it up and go through it and emerge at the back end of the page enlightened, bolder, more courageous and with a bigger desire to fight the monster that is depression and its deadly brother-in-crime anxiety. Trust us, these are bad conditions to live with, but in this book, you will learn how to manage them.

Book: Overcome Anxiety

Book Title:

Overcome Anxiety: A Guide For Introvert People. Learn To Handle Negative Emotions, Overcome Social Fear And Panic Attacks, Improve Your Conversations, Stop Worrying And Eliminate Negative Thinking.

Author(s): Brandon Harris.

Year: 2019.

Edition: First.

Publisher: Independently Published.

Type(s): Paperback, Kindle and Audiobook.

Synopsis:

Are you searching for a complete approach to overcome Social Anxiety? Or Have you ever experienced extreme anxiety in public places, in dialogue with significant or strange people? Then keep reading…

Perhaps you felt anxiety when speaking to the audience, preparing for a meeting, an interview? Social anxiety can be illustrated with countless examples. Hence, How to Overcome Anxiety Without Expensive Drugs remain your best option.

Anxiety, fear, panic are phenomena that are often present in our mental life. They can be different in intensity, duration, structure from slight short-term anxiety to paralysing horror, making up a diverse range of experiences that accompany a variety of life events: illnesses, conflicts, unpleasant and unexpected events.

An emotion of anxiety is one of the most frequent experiences of people in critical situations and during extreme impacts, which can perform various functions, both adaptive and disorganising mental activity.

We have all experienced embarrassment, even anguish, when speaking in public, making a declaration of love, meeting an important person. Fear of others is common and often overlooked. When it is serious, however, it can lead to depression, alcoholism, or simply to miss the opportunities of one’s life. When does the fear of others become pathological? What forms does it take? How to evaluate his fear? From shyness to freaks, to avoidable personalities, to the mechanisms that come into play when choosing medications or psychotherapy, two psychiatrists help you concretely to live your social relationships better. A classic updated and increased.

In this book, the author meticulously will expose you to:

  • Comprehensive understanding of Social anxiety.
  • How to learn to understand others and understand the motives of their actions.
  • How do our mind, subconscious, and habits work?
  • A practical approach to build relationships, set goals, and deal with bad habits, and many more.

If you have at least once in your lifetime, limited your behaviour due to anxiety, stress, or feeling unwell in situations that were related to other people. The book is professionally written to increase sensitivity to the social context and search for resources to change the quality of life.

Why do we get anxious? What are the most intimidating social situations for most of us? When does shyness become social anxiety? How to Overcome Anxiety Without Expensive Drugs has detailed explanation to that social anxiety that comes your way, as well as its psychological and behavioural mechanisms. The book helps you to differentiate between what is normal and what is less; it offers you a pragmatic approach to overcome your anxieties in social relationship. This book has been an enormous success.

If you are serious about overcoming anxiety and be the happiest even if you think that it is impossible? Surely, this book is for you for the reason that this book has identified a lot of practice and little theory.

This is the right time to take that decision and be among those who are ready to take action in overcoming anxiety

Book: Emotional Detox for Anxiety

Book Title:

Emotional Detox for Anxiety: 7 Steps to Release Anxiety and Energize Joy.

Author(s): Sherianna Boyle.

Year: 2019.

Edition: One.

Publisher: Adams Media.

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

Synopsis:

Most of us view a detox as a physical experience, but what we do not realise is that it is not just our physical bodies that need to be cleansed in order to return to a healthy state.

When we are unable to process our stress and worries, they can become toxic to ourselves and those around us. Wellness expert and author of Emotional Detox, Sherianna Boyle modifies the revolutionary C.L.E.A.N.S.E method to guide you through the 7 steps to a successful anxiety detox.

The 7 steps include:

  • Clear;
  • Look Inward;
  • Emit;
  • Activate Joy;
  • Nourish;
  • Surrender; and
  • Ease.

Experiencing reactions to worries, stress, and doubt can put obstacles in our path to a happy and fulfilled life.

An anxiety detox is a systematic and mindful way to purge these harmful thoughts. Once freed from this burden, an anxiety detox returns us to our joyful, carefree state.

Emotional Detox for Anxiety is a reset for the soul, flushing out negative feelings, clearing a path for new habits and behaviours, and energising you to accept peace, acceptance, and pure joy.