Break the Cycle of Stress and Social Media: Learn a 3-step process that builds healthy habits
Faced with uncertainty, an overabundance of information (and misinformation), among other challenges, our minds struggle to keep up. Our brains default to old survival mechanisms to help us deal with anxiety, which can lead to the development of unhealthy coping habits such as “doomscrolling” or spending too much time on social media.
Drawing on his clinical work, neuroscience research studies, and development of next-generation digital therapeutics for anxiety habit change, Dr. Brewer explores the underlying behavioral and neurobiological mechanisms behind anxiety and habit formation.
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A collection of guided meditations from Dr. Jud Brewer to tame feelings of anxiety and unhook from habit loops.
A 4-Minute Meditation to Work with Anxiety
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Train Your Brain to Break Bad Habits
In this 4-part series, you’ll learn more about how your mind works and how to work with your mind by bringing awareness to your habits.
Session #1: Hack Your Brain’s Habit Loops
Session #2: Rewire Your Food Cravings and Triggers
Session #3: Unhook From Your Phone Addiction
Session #4: Tame Your Feelings of Anxiety
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