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Anxiety and Medication

The decision to take anti-anxiety medication is up to you and your mental health care provider. 

For some women, taking medication is the best way to reduce their anxiety. And if you and your mental health care provider decide medication is the right answer for you, great. I've seen first-hand how the right medication can save lives, offer hope and restore quality of life in a way nothing else can.

On the other hand, there are literally dozens of ways to think your way out of anxiety, loads of physical techniques you can use to reduce stress and all sorts of life style changes you can make, all without taking anxiety medication.

I've made it my life's mission to find the best anxiety-busting tools and techniques in the world, and then to share them with you.

These are time-tested, effective methods you can use to get you through your day with a sense of calm and joy whether you're taking medication or not. And I'm looking forward to sharing them with you and every anxious woman on the planet.

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