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Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman

Our bodies respond to anxiety as if we are facing a physical threat, putting us in a constant “flight or fight” mode that increases our vulnerability to exhaustion, depression, and illness

Our bodies respond to anxiety as if we are facing a physical threat, putting us in a constant “flight or fight” mode that increases our vulnerability to exhaustion, depression, and illness

Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman

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Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman
Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman
Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman

What is it about?

Our bodies respond to anxiety as if we are facing a physical threat, putting us in a constant “flight or fight” mode that increases our vulnerability to exhaustion, depression, and illness. With the Anxiety Relief app, Dr. Martin L. Rossman presents proven guided imagery techniques to help you relax, restore inner balance, and get off the treadmill of worry. “Guided imagery helps you re-train your brain to face difficulties without falling into the cycle of fearfulness,” explains Dr. Rossman.

Anxiety Relief - Martin L. Rossman

App Details

Version
101.101.6
Rating
(7)
Size
27Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Education
Last updated
November 6, 2015
Release date
September 17, 2012
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App Store Description

Our bodies respond to anxiety as if we are facing a physical threat, putting us in a constant “flight or fight” mode that increases our vulnerability to exhaustion, depression, and illness. With the Anxiety Relief app, Dr. Martin L. Rossman presents proven guided imagery techniques to help you relax, restore inner balance, and get off the treadmill of worry. “Guided imagery helps you re-train your brain to face difficulties without falling into the cycle of fearfulness,” explains Dr. Rossman.