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A Scientific Approach to Control Anxiety by Training your Prefrontal Cortex

And suppressing your amygdala.

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What the hell are these words ? Amygdala? Prefrontal cortex?

Don’t worry, I'll explain!

In 1947, W. H. Auden published a cryptic poem called “The Age of Anxiety”, a title that has resonated through the years as a perfect distillation of…

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