Comfortable Life

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Conquer Social Anxiety With Our Simple System

3-week program using western practical psychology and eastern meditation to decrease social anxiety, and improve confidence for personal and professional relationships.

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DEC 23, 2019

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The Science

Numerous studies have been done on the effects of mindfulness and meditation on Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD). One study in particular states “Greater recruitment of attention-related brain networks may be one neuropsychological mechanism through which Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) reduces avoidance behaviors, improves clinical symptoms, and reduces emotional reactivity to Negative Self Beliefs (NSBs) in adults with SAD.”


Studies have also been done on the effects of exposure therapy on SAD. A recent study in which participants with SAD were exposed to public speaking found that “Significant changes were found from pre- to posttest and pretest to follow-up for all measures.”




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