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How does cognitive-behavioral therapy treat generalized anxiety disorder?

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This type of therapy teaches you to recognize and change thought patterns and behaviors that lead to anxious feelings. It helps limit distorted thinking by showing you how to look at your worries more realistically.

From: Generalized Anxiety Disorder WebMD Medical Reference

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National Institute of Mental Health.

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on February 22, 2018

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National Institute of Mental Health.

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on February 22, 2018

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