By Elaine Ryan
Research suggests that we learn to be anxious – this Program is to show you how to unlearn this habit, by giving you a Toolkit for your Brain
I have a vested interest in this area, as I have experienced anxiety myself, in the past. Knowing what it feels like, motivated me to develop a practical Program to help you settle down both your brain and your body.
Your anxious brain
Hard-wiring. Your brain has “pattern’s” to help you operate in this world. How your brain works for you, plays a large part in whether you are happy, sad, anxious, take things in your stride, or get overwhelmed by daily life.
You may have an anxious brain that is wired for anxiety. Your thought process may be negative and your brain has become expert at predicting the worst in almost all situations.
It has formed a pattern and can automatically provide you with anxiety in many different situations. Hard- wired to be anxious.
The good news is, it is not set in stone, these “patterns” can be reset it to a healthy level.
The Program is to show you how to help your mind stop working against you, and work for you. Read more on your anxious brain.
Anxious brain and your body
It is your anxious brain – the hard wiring that sends alarms bells ringing in your body.
The wiring – the “patterns” formed in your brain are over reacting to everyday situations.
Whether you are sitting in traffic, or going about your daily business, your brain has your foot on the gas – always!
For many people, feeling the symptoms of anxiety in their body is their “wake up call.” Most of us, do not recognize the slow build up of stress, the small knots of tension, until it has built into anxiety, and then it comes with us everywhere we go – like an unwelcome friend. Your nervous system and body has become over stimulated.
This program will show to how to relax and bring your nervous system back to a healthy balance.
How will it help with symptoms?
The physical symptoms of anxiety that you experience,
be it aching shoulders, rapid heartbeat, chest pain or a racing mind, right through to having a panic attack,
are down to how your brain perceives danger and your nervous system.
How will it help with thoughts?
Our mind and our body work together.
If you are feeling calm, your mind is calm. If you are feeling anxious, your thoughts race.
The Program will help you to calm down your thought process and reduce negative ones.
Depression and Anxiety
In addition to helping you with anxiety, the Program is designed to help improve the way you feel about yourself.
- Looking at your self talk
- Showing you how to stop negative self talk.
- Showing you how to stop replaying past hurts over and over in your mind.
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