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How do you get rid of neurotic thoughts?
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Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: CBT
I assume a mental health professional has diagnosed you correctly and recommended cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy (cbt).
Aaron beck, md devised a therapeutic technique whereby one replaces problematic, maladaptive, "automatic" thoughts with logical adaptive thoughts causing changes in one's mood in a more positive and productive direction. A simple technique that requires effort but it works.

In brief: CBT
I assume a mental health professional has diagnosed you correctly and recommended cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy (cbt).
Aaron beck, md devised a therapeutic technique whereby one replaces problematic, maladaptive, "automatic" thoughts with logical adaptive thoughts causing changes in one's mood in a more positive and productive direction. A simple technique that requires effort but it works.
Dr. Robert Woods
Dr. Robert Woods
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Tejas Ozarkar
General Practice
In brief: Visit a psychiatrist
The first thing you should do is visit a psychiatrist so they can appropriately diagnose you.
There are many psych disorders that can present with "neurotic thoughts" like generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, etc. For some of these disorders, medications may work but for others, psychological interventions may work more effectively.

In brief: Visit a psychiatrist
The first thing you should do is visit a psychiatrist so they can appropriately diagnose you.
There are many psych disorders that can present with "neurotic thoughts" like generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, etc. For some of these disorders, medications may work but for others, psychological interventions may work more effectively.
Tejas Ozarkar
Tejas Ozarkar
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