There is a difference between “good” anxiety and “bad” anxiety. Good anxiety is often a healthy and adaptive part of life, as it motivates us to prepare for presentations, it encourages us to listen to our wake up alarm in the morning, and it directs us not to drive 90 mph or walk alone in an unsafe environment. This “good” healthy level of anxiety keeps us safe when we need to be aware of actual dangers that exist.
However, “bad” anxiety is not recognizing real threats. Instead, it focuses on creating irrational fears that reduce your productivity, inhibit confidence, and interferes with your overall quality of life. Anxiety can cause debilitating physical symptoms, disruptions in rational thought and emotional upheaval.
Dr. Shinar employs expert methods to help you overcome panic attacks and overwhelming phobias, while teaching you how to manage your anxiety in a more adaptive manner. By following his step-by-step evidence based approach, you can expect that the intensity and frequency of your anxiety symptoms will reduce significantly, and that your quality of life will improve soon after.