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Tag: Panic attacks

How To Replace Worry

How To Replace Worry

If you follow me on instagram, you might have seen the video (click video if you’d like to watch it) I shared yesterday discussing the neuroscience behind anxiety. In the video I break down how your thoughts (cortex) ignite your amygdala (fight/flight), which then actives […]

How To Tell If You Are A Chronic Worrier

How To Tell If You Are A Chronic Worrier

Are you a chronic worrier? If you live with chronic anxiety, please know you are not alone. Millions of people struggle with excessive worry and anxiety symptoms. All human beings worry. We all experience unrealistic thoughts, and at some point in our lives, we have […]

Explore A Fruit Mindfulness Technique

Explore A Fruit Mindfulness Technique

Truth be told my friend, there was a year in my life where I rode the struggle bus when it came to panic attacks. They got to a point where I couldn’t even walk into a Walmart, sit through a movie, or be in a […]

Panic Attacks And Your Amygdala

Panic Attacks And Your Amygdala

Did you know you have a guard dog? Yup! Your amygdala is your unconscious guard dog. How many of you have suffered a panic attack and had no clue what triggered it? Have you ever been hit by a fast-moving freight train called anxiety? If […]

Gone With the Trigger

Gone With the Trigger

Let’s talk triggers! Do you know your triggers? Do you know what a trigger is? I define a trigger as an event, emotion, or experience that causes you to experience symptoms, memories, or flashbacks.  In 2003 I passed out and hit my head on the […]