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6 Ways to Manage Autumn Anxiety

By Therese J. Borchard
Associate Editor

6 Ways to Manage Autumn AnxietyThe leaves are beautiful with their foliage, the air is fresh after an oppressing heat. Football games begin, as do new school years. But you are filled with anxiety.

Autumn can provoke anxiety for many people. It’s a season of transition, which is anxiety-provoking in itself, and a transition toward winter, the season with the shortest days.

Try to collect a handful of tools like these that you can use as the leaves fall and the anxiety rises.

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6 Ways to Manage Autumn Anxiety

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  1. How do you do send the amygdala’s message to our sensory cortex?

  2. Very informative if I can just make it work. I do worry about almost every aspect of life – will try to practice the steps to a more peaceful life.

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