Anxiety: Noise or Signal?
Anxiety: Noise or Signal?
Anxiety: Noise or Signal?
Anxiety: Noise or Signal?
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Anxiety: Noise or Signal?

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Many people who come to treatment have lots of worry, apprehension, and anxiety. Alcohol dependency in conjunction with a co-occurring anxiety disorder, complicates withdrawal and is correlated with increased rates of relapse. Co-occurring alcohol and anxiety issues interfere with progress in treatment and increase the risk of suicide. For best treatment outcomes, it is important to treat chemical dependency and mental health issues simultaneously. Review the common worries and examine the progressive nature of stress and anxiety. In this helpful and practical lesson, you will discover the best ways to control worry and learn how to distinguish the difference between a signal to act and mental noise to ignore.

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