6 things you can do to overcome social anxiety

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Social anxiety is the fear of being judged and evaluated negatively by other people.

It can cause feelings of inadequacy, inferiority, self-consciousness, embarrassment, humiliation, and depression.

Social anxiety is one of the most prevalent mental disorders.

A previous study found that cognitive therapy can keep its effects more than a year after the end of therapy for patients with a mental disorder.

The therapy even worked well on people who could not be treated by drugs.

This Health & Medicine Lab video talks about 6 simple tips people can use in daily life to overcome social anxiety.

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