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How the Linden Method Helps Treat Anxiety

Updated on March 12, 2011

The Linden Method is an all-natural anxiety treatment program that was designed by a man that had suffered from anxiety and panic attacks for many years. The founder of the Linden Method claimed to have at least six full-blown panic attacks per day. After many years of behavioral health counseling and trying other anxiety treatments to no avail, he designed an anxiety treatment program based on years of accumulated research. The program uses no medications, and is intended to shorten the duration of time that counseling is needed.

The research behind the Linden Method focuses on a part of the brain known as the Amygdala. The Amygdala is an almond-shaped part of the brain that is known to be responsible for certain emotions like anxiety and excessive worry. The symptoms of anxiety can also have an effect on other parts of the body and certain physiological functions. The Linden Method is the only anxiety treatment currently available that focuses on this part of the brain, making use of the most current research concerning anxiety disorders and panic attacks. The program is intended to reduce anxiety symptoms and panic attacks, and has been proven to reverse changes that occur over time in the Amygdala and lead to long-term anxiety problems.

The Linden Method includes a manual explaining the program, a video that uses Qi-King stress management techniques, anxiety reducing exercises, relaxation tracks, and meditations. Six free bonus relaxation tracks are also included, as well as a year of free online counseling support. The biggest benefit of the Linden Method is that patients do not have to leave their own home, and can still receive help from license professionals. In addition, the program costs much less than traditional anxiety treatment programs.

The program teaches people with anxiety disorders how to re-train their though processes. When we dwell on negative or upsetting things, we tend to lure ourselves into a panic attack or bring on anxiety symptoms. Treating anxiety also involves a lot of self-improvement techniques. These techniques teach greater self-esteem, self-control, and self-confidence. Stress management through relaxation techniques and meditation is also emphasized in the Linden Method program. Many experts contend that the development of coping mechanisms for dealing with stress are an integral part of any effective anxiety treatment program.

The Linden Method has been developed by someone that has successfully treated their own anxiety symptoms and panic attacks. In addition, it has been approved by and endorsed by a number of professional mental health counselors and psychologists that approve of the research.


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