March 4, 2023

Worry Time: How & Why it Works

Worry Time: How & Why it Works

Are you tired of being held captive by your worries & anxious thoughts?

Worry Time might just be the solution you've been looking for!

Not only does it help you worry less, but it also helps you manage unhelpful thoughts associated with a variety of psychological problems and disorders including Insomnia, Stress, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), and rumination and intrusive thoughts associated with Depression and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

And don’t just take our word for it. We've scoured the web for the best blogs on the topic so you can learn how Worry Time can help you.

And if you're ready to take your worry game to the next level, check out the Contain Your Brain app!

Not only does it make implementing the worry time strategy easy & secure, but it also helps you worry less AND worry better!

With Contain Your Brain, you can track your worries, set reminders for worry time, & learn to manage your thoughts in a more productive and effective way.

Don't let your worries hold you back any longer. Try Contain Your Brain & start living the life you deserve!

Check out these blog posts on How & Why Worry Time Works!

Live Science: "Planning 'Worry Time' May Help Ease Anxiety"

Very Well Mind: Worry Time: "The Benefits of Scheduling Time to Stress"

Psychology Today: "Make an Appointment to Worry"

Psych Central: "How to Worry More Effectively"

Psychology Today: "A Simple but Effective Trick to Stop Worrying So Much"

Health Psych: "Psychology Tools: Schedule Worry Time”

Very Well Health: "How to Reduce Racing Thoughts at Night Due to Stress and Insomnia"

Psych Central: "How to Worry More Effectively"

Psychology Today: "Taming Your Worries"

Shine: "How I Trained Myself to Worry Better"

And Next Comes: "The Worry Time Technique For Anxious And Worried Kids"

*Remember that Contain Your Brain is not a substitute for therapy. If you have symptoms associated with a psychological disorder like Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), please see a mental health professional. You can use Contain Your Brain as one of the tools to assist you with your thoughts. The app also has a feature where you can export your worries if you want to share them with your therapist.

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I had a similar app but they collected your data and I didn't like it, so I am glad to know that your app doesn't collect user data.
Alanna R.
I love the idea of blocking out worry time!!
This makes so much more sense than just trying to stop worrying.
Frances G.
I like that the app lets you edit your worries, schedule worry times across days, and also export your worries.
Anna L.
Congratulations and very well done!! I will definitely be recommending this to my clients.
Stephanie L.
Love this concept! I have an 18 year old who suffers from anxiety, and I think this will help.
Karin S.
I’ve just downloaded it and started having a play, looks great! Can’t wait to share it with a few clients! Well done!!
Danielle G.
I want this!
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