How To Cure Anxiety

 

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You might be surprised at how many people actually suffer from anxiety. In fact, it’s safe to say that every single person on the planet suffers an anxiety attack or a panic attack at some time in their lives.

Maybe in the past when you had anxiety attacks you may have wanted to ignore them or put them under the carpet. Another thought may have been “medication anxiety!” 

Anxiety medication simply suppresses the symptoms it will never cure an anxiety attack. There is a better way you can deal with your anxiety attacks head-on. You can start by dealing with the root cause of anxiety or panic.

 

Are Anxiety Attacks and Panic Attacks the Same Thing?

 

Quite often people use the two terms of anxiety attacks and panic attacks interchangeably. In fact, they are two different conditions.

The definition of panic is “sudden, uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behavior.” Panic synonyms include the following words:

Hysteria
Dismay
Apprehension
Alarm
Nervousness
Fear
Trepidation
Fright
Anxiety

Imagine a common, non-stressful situation. Think about what you would consider a “normal” day for you. Then imagine that, at any given point in time, with absolutely no warning and for no reason, you are hit with an extremely high level of fear and anxiety.

Your apprehension and nervousness is such that you may act out physically in some harmful way to yourself, or to others. This “0 to 60” move from normal functioning to absolute terror and alarm is a additional debilitating sign of a panic disorder.

Are Anxiety Attacks and Stress the Same Thing?

 

Stress and anxiety are similar, and are definitely linked, but they are not the same.

The Anxiety and Depression Association does a really good job in explaining the difference and relationship between anxiety and stress.

“The difference between stress and anxiety) is this :- 
“stress is a response to a threat in a situation. Anxiety is a reaction to the stress.”

What Distinguishes an Anxiety Disorder from Simple Anxiety?

Being anxious and having a diagnosed anxiety disorder are two very different scenarios. Certainly, if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you will be anxious. However, there are normal, everyday instances where anxiety is a common occurrence. This does not mean that you necessarily suffer from an anxiety disorder.

It is only natural to be concerned when you are headed into a big job interview. The thoughts in your mind of how the interview could go wrong create a fight or flight process that moves to the forefront of your thoughts. Your brain releases levels of cortisol, which is nicknamed the stress hormone. The nightmare scenarios playing out in your brain related to the possibility of you not getting your dream job cause extreme levels of anxiety.

 

The psychological definition of an anxiety disorder is:

“A common mental illness defined by feelings of uneasiness, worry and fear. While anxiety occurs for everyone sometimes,
a person with an anxiety disorder feels an inappropriate amount of anxiety more often than is reasonable.”

Anxiety disorders are related to a long-term feeling of fear and worry. A person is irrationally anxious much of the time. Usually, and unfortunately, anxiety disorders get worse over time. A person starts by experiencing stress and anxiety over normal daily activities, performances, behaviors and outside stimuli.

 

 

 

 

Normal Anxiety Usually Has an Identifiable Cause

 

When you feel anxious, and you can quickly identify the cause or stressor, you probably are not dealing with a disorder. If you are stressed out because you had an argument with a good friend, you are just experiencing common, short-term anxiety.

Anxiety disorders sometimes mean that you can’t spot the source of the stress in your life. You are upset, anxious and fearful, and you may not even know why. People suffering from one of the many types of recognized anxiety disorders react irrationally to normal situations, so it is difficult for them to point a finger at what is causing their stressful feelings.

 

The length and intensity of your anxiety will also help you dictate whether you have a serious problem or not. Anxiety disorders create emotional and mental responses which are usually out of line and disproportionate to whatever caused the anxious feelings. Simply seeing a regular monthly bill in your mailbox, even though you have the money to pay it, can create an intense level of anxiety in someone with a disorder.

Time is also at issue here.

Normal stress usually creates anxious feelings for a short period of time. You get over the fact that you and your friend argued, and your emotional state returns to normal. Someone suffering from an anxiety disorder continues to fret and worry over a perceived problem for a period of time that is out of proportion with the problem itself.

Symptoms of Anxiety

There is a good chance you already know what anxiousness “feels” like.

People speak of sweaty palms when they remember an anxious situation or occurrence. This is a physiological response triggered by a hormonal release created by how your brain perceives what is going on around you. Other common anxiety symptoms include an accelerated heart rate, mentally creating nightmare scenarios, and an inability to focus on normal tasks and activities.

One of the most common symptoms of anxiety is fear. Because you look ahead in your mind and imagine a worst-case scenario, a fear of failure (or success) is triggered.

Another symptom of anxiety is a fear that others will not accept you, or that they will laugh and make fun of you. This is common of both normal anxiety, and anxiety disorders. Belonging, being a part of a group, is normal human behaviour. Because of this, being scared that others will not accept you is a typical symptom of anxiousness.

Other anxiety symptoms include problems sleeping, obsessive thoughts and feelings of panic in normal situations. Some experience chest pain, nausea and dizziness when they are anxious.

Coping with Anxiety in Everyday Life

 Regular exercise has been found to be one of the most effective ways of limiting anxiety and stress. The hormones and chemicals that are released when you enjoy regular physical activity keep stress hormones like cortisol at bay.

This in turn limits the amount of anxiousness, fear and trepidation you feel. Another way of coping with anxiety in everyday life by limiting your exposure to it is to get plenty of rest. No matter what you personally believe, teens and adults need a minimum of 7 to 8 hours sleep each and every night to keep their minds and bodies functioning properly.

Nutrition has been cited for contributing to as much as 70% to 75% of a person’s physical health and well-being. When you eat right, exercise and give yourself the sleep you need, you strengthen your body’s resistance to stress and anxiety. This helps you keep from becoming anxious in the first place, as opposed to trying to deal with anxious feelings after they have developed.

When you experience anxiety, get busy. Keeping yourself occupied with physical activities and tasks is a good way to focus on something other than your anxiety. You should also clear the clutter out of your life, physical and emotional. Physical clutter is one of the most common forms of stress. Emotional clutter, provided by those people who drain your energy and constantly add negativity to your life, is incredibly stressful as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Common Symptoms of Anxiety Attacks

  • Being overwhelmed by fear
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • A sense of acute dread
  • Fear of losing control
  • A sense that you might pass out
  • Feeling breathless
  • Feeling you can’t breathe
  • Chest pains
  • Detachment from reality
  • An urgent need to escape
  • Weakness in the knees
  • Pins and needles
  • Trembling
  • Sweating
  • A sense of impending doom
  • Feeling of being in grave danger
  • A feeling of overwhelming fear

 Treatments Available For Anxiety Attacks

  • Touch For Health
  • Kinesiology
  • Bowen Technique
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  • Mindset Priming

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Kinesiology

Find Your Balance. Set Your Goals. Take A Challenge. Reward Yourself.

Kinesiology is a holistic therapy that works on every aspect of health. It works on the physical, psychological, emotional, nutritional and spiritual levels, to identify stress.

In this case, stress means a subconscious resistance to what you want to achieve on the conscious level.

Once the stressor is identified, kinesiology balances it and brings you back to perfect health.

 

Don’t Wait Any Longer. Start Forging Your Own Path Today!

Are Anxiety Attacks and Panic Attacks the Same Thing?

 

Quite often people use the two terms of anxiety attacks and panic attacks interchangeably. In fact, they are two different conditions.

The definition of panic is "sudden, uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behavior." Panic synonyms include the following words:

Hysteria
Dismay
Apprehension
Alarm
Nervousness
Fear
Trepidation
Fright
Anxiety

Imagine a common, non-stressful situation. Think about what you would consider a "normal" day for you. Then imagine that, at any given point in time, with absolutely no warning and for no reason, you are hit with an extremely high level of fear and anxiety.

Your apprehension and nervousness is such that you may act out physically in some harmful way to yourself, or to others. This "0 to 60" move from normal functioning to absolute terror and alarm is a additional debilitating sign of a panic disorder.

Are Anxiety Attacks and Stress the Same Thing?

 

Stress and anxiety are similar, and are definitely linked, but they are not the same.

The Anxiety and Depression Association does a really good job in explaining the difference and relationship between anxiety and stress.

"The difference between stress and anxiety) is this :- 
"stress is a response to a threat in a situation. Anxiety is a reaction to the stress."

What Distinguishes an Anxiety Disorder from Simple Anxiety?

Being anxious and having a diagnosed anxiety disorder are two very different scenarios. Certainly, if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you will be anxious. However, there are normal, everyday instances where anxiety is a common occurrence. This does not mean that you necessarily suffer from an anxiety disorder.

It is only natural to be concerned when you are headed into a big job interview. The thoughts in your mind of how the interview could go wrong create a fight or flight process that moves to the forefront of your thoughts. Your brain releases levels of cortisol, which is nicknamed the stress hormone. The nightmare scenarios playing out in your brain related to the possibility of you not getting your dream job cause extreme levels of anxiety.

 

The psychological definition of an anxiety disorder is:

"A common mental illness defined by feelings of uneasiness, worry and fear. While anxiety occurs for everyone sometimes,
a person with an anxiety disorder feels an inappropriate amount of anxiety more often than is reasonable."

Anxiety disorders are related to a long-term feeling of fear and worry. A person is irrationally anxious much of the time. Usually, and unfortunately, anxiety disorders get worse over time. A person starts by experiencing stress and anxiety over normal daily activities, performances, behaviors and outside stimuli.

 

 

 

 

KINESIOLOGY

You have made it this far … well done! Now you are here you probably have a few questions so I will start with trying to answer a few…

 

What is Kinesiology? (is that how you say it?)

 

Kinesiology (pronounced KIN – EASY – OLOGY) means to study the movement of muscles. More importantly to study how our muscles respond to stress and things which cause us stress.

When we are under stress of any kind our muscles shorten automatically and subconsciously. This is hangover that still exists from when we were preparing to run away from a predator when we lived in caves.

In the modern day, this still exists now it gives us feedback on all the things that cause us stress – the food we eat, our jobs, our income, our relationships & friendships, negative thoughts and all the things we worry about.

What does a session look like?

When you arrive to see me, I will begin by discussing with you your medical history and also a list of the areas of your life that you would like to work on and improve.
The area you want to work on is your choice anxiety & feeling overwhelmed, stressed in the modern day, improve your relationships, improve your abundance, or your business, pain management, weight loss, reach a specific goal.

What’s on the menu?

Once you have chosen the area of your life you want to work on I will use the muscle testing to identify the best approach to help you.

Imagine you are going to go out on to eat for the evening. First, you need to decide what cuisine you want to eat, Chinese? Indian? Pizza? Or Sushi?

Once you have chosen your restaurant you need to decide what dish you want to eat? Chow Mein? Kung Pow Chicken? Pork Balls? Egg Fried or Special Fried Rice?

This is a bit like a session with a Kinesiology Practitioner, each kinesiologist has a unique set of tools according to their training that they can offer you to reduce stress and bring balance back to your life.

When you come to see me you tell me what you want to work on, then using the muscle testing we get feedback from your body & your subconscious, from all the treatments I have learned which one do you want to use? (Which cuisine is best for you?)

Then from that treatment which specific technique do you want to use? (Which dish would you like to eat?)

That way each session is bespoke and unique for you but also tailored for you to reduce the stress, change our reaction to it and to bring your body and that area in your life into balance.

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 Common Symptoms For Kinesiology

  • Being overwhelmed by fear
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • A sense of acute dread
  • Fear of losing control
  • A sense that you might pass out
  • Being overwhelmed by fear
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • A sense of acute dread
  • Fear of losing control
  • A sense that you might pass out
  • Feeling breathless
  • Feeling you can’t breathe
  • Chest pains
  • Detachment from reality
  • An urgent need to escape
  • Weakness in the knees
  • Pins and needles
  • Feeling breathless
  • Feeling you can’t breathe
  • Chest pains
  • Detachment from reality
  • An urgent need to escape
  • Weakness in the knees
  • Pins and needles
  • Trembling
  • Sweating
  • A sense of impending doom
  • Feeling of being in grave danger
  • A feeling of overwhelming fear
  • Trembling
  • Sweating
  • A sense of impending doom
  • Feeling of being in grave danger
  • A feeling of overwhelming fear

 Treatments Available For Anxiety Attacks

  • Touch For Health
  • Kinesiology
  • Bowen Technique
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  • Mindset Priming
  • Being overwhelmed by fear
  • Dizziness
  • Heart palpitations
  • A sense of acute dread
  • Fear of losing control
  • A sense that you might pass out
  • Feeling breathless
  • Feeling you can’t breathe
  • Chest pains
  • Detachment from reality
  • An urgent need to escape
  • Weakness in the knees
  • Pins and needles
  • Feeling breathless
  • Feeling you can’t breathe
  • Chest pains
  • Detachment from reality
  • An urgent need to escape
  • Weakness in the knees
  • Pins and needles
  • Trembling
  • Sweating
  • A sense of impending doom
  • Feeling of being in grave danger
  • A feeling of overwhelming fear
  • Trembling
  • Sweating
  • A sense of impending doom
  • Feeling of being in grave danger
  • A feeling of overwhelming fear

Testimonials

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