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EP 257 - Distraction For Anxiety: Does It Work?

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Distraction For Anxiety: Does It Work?

"When I panic, I have to scroll through Instagram to distract myself!"

Distraction is one of the most popular "techniques" for getting away from high anxiety, panic, and any thoughts or sensations that people hate or fear. It's talked about all the time. A quick look on social media would likely reveal many many posts about "tips for anxiety" that are based primarily on distraction techniques. Distraction - in the moment - can often bring some quick relief. Not always, but in many cases people find that it they run to a distraction to escape from anxious feelings and thoughts, then can feel better. But does distraction actually "work" in the context of real recovery, or is it just a band-aid you use to get you through one anxious moment so you can fear the next anxious moment and do it all again?

For full show notes on this episode: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/257

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My books, social, and other links: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/links ⁠

Support The Anxious Truth: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/support ⁠

Music Credit: AfterGlow by Ben Drake (with permission) ⁠https://bendrakemusic.com

Disclaimer: The Anxious Truth is not therapy or a replacement for therapy. Listening to The Anxious Truth does not create a therapeutic relationship between you and the host or guests of the podcast. Information here is provided for psychoeducational purposes. As always, when you have questions about your own well-being, please consult your mental health and/or medical care providers. If you are having a mental health crisis, always reach out immediately for in-person help.

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Distraction For Anxiety: Does It Work?

"When I panic, I have to scroll through Instagram to distract myself!"

Distraction is one of the most popular "techniques" for getting away from high anxiety, panic, and any thoughts or sensations that people hate or fear. It's talked about all the time. A quick look on social media would likely reveal many many posts about "tips for anxiety" that are based primarily on distraction techniques. Distraction - in the moment - can often bring some quick relief. Not always, but in many cases people find that it they run to a distraction to escape from anxious feelings and thoughts, then can feel better. But does distraction actually "work" in the context of real recovery, or is it just a band-aid you use to get you through one anxious moment so you can fear the next anxious moment and do it all again?

For full show notes on this episode: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/257

---

My books, social, and other links: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/links ⁠

Support The Anxious Truth: ⁠https://theanxioustruth.com/support ⁠

Music Credit: AfterGlow by Ben Drake (with permission) ⁠https://bendrakemusic.com

Disclaimer: The Anxious Truth is not therapy or a replacement for therapy. Listening to The Anxious Truth does not create a therapeutic relationship between you and the host or guests of the podcast. Information here is provided for psychoeducational purposes. As always, when you have questions about your own well-being, please consult your mental health and/or medical care providers. If you are having a mental health crisis, always reach out immediately for in-person help.

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