You know how it goes: your thoughts go in circles, you keep thinking about the same thing, you cannot find a solution,... worrying is a type of preoccupied thinking, where your thoughts go so fast that they end up in some sort of vicious cycle. You keep going over the same elements and cannot find a solution because of the speed at which your brain tries to process the information. Because of this the part of your brain that finds solutions is skipped, meaning you start worrying more and more. Worrying can be a symptom of both depression as well as anxiety, and even of burnout. Despite worrying being present in all of these mental problems, it will express itself in different ways each time. For example, the subject of the worrying will differ. However, it still is the same type of preoccupation, which overworks your brain.

Worrying: treatment? How do I find a solution to worrying?

If you look for a way to treat worrying, then it is good to find a type of help that provides cognitive behavioral therapy. Worrying namely is about breaking through a mental vicious cycle at the hand of the building up of healthy habits, distraction techniques,... Cognitive behavioral therapy works at the hand of these techniques and has been proven to be very effective in the treatment of worrying.

Treatment worrying? How does that work?

Getting stuck in the worrying will not help you: worrying is like a pop-up ad on a computer: the more you click it, the more ads will appear. That is why it is useful to learn how to deal with worrying and how to find a solution without having to worry. This is where 15 Minutes 4 Me can help you. You learn more about the psychological dynamics behind the worrying and simultaneous receive guidance in the construction and building of healthy habits in your life. This way you treat worrying both in the short-term as well as in the long-term, while reducing your psychological vulnerability!

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Would you like to know to what extent worrying has an influence on your daily life and your functioning? Then take the free worrying test here!