The Anxiety Antidote: How awareness and action can lead to self-control and inner peace (Paperback)

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A practical guide to emotional resilience in modern life, managing anxiety and finding confidence, by a popular Nero-Linguistic Programmer, Pilates teacher and Transformational Life Coach.

The Anxiety Antidote makes understanding and dealing with anxiety easy and practical. The book offers tools and techniques that the reader can apply quickly on a daily basis, such as exercises on self-reflection, breath work, mindfulness and visualisation. 

As a practical, "how to" self-help book, the reader will get a deeper understanding of their anxiety from a cognitive and emotional point of view, allowing them to transform their mind and emotions quickly, for the better. Taking into account our modern habits of absorbing information, the book contains “bite-sized” inspiring chapters that link to further in-depth chapters, which take the reader on a motivating journey.

With leading Neuro-Linguistic Programmer, Integral Eye Movement Therapy and Transformational Life Coach Kamran Bedi as your guide, gain a deeper awareness of what anxiety is, how it is formed subjectively, the physical symptoms and a set of practical tools that you can use to eradicate anxiety from your life. 

About the Author

Kamran Bedi is a mental health and wellbeing practitioner, leading practitioner of IEMT, Mindfulness and Hypnosisan, NLP and Pilates teacher and Transformational Life Coach. His past and present clients include Love Island and Celebs Go Dating contestants, This Morning, Dragons Den, X Factor, CEOs, lawyers, graphic designers, personal trainers, fathers, mothers, teenagers and so many more! He has been featured in The Guardian, Women's Health, Health and Wellbeing, Healthy Food Guide, Now magazine, The Metro and more to come.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781786786937
ISBN-10: 1786786931
Publisher: Watkins Publishing
Publication Date: October 11th, 2022
Pages: 192
Language: English


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