Boot your Anxiety
Learn how to transform your life in this one hour workshop on Monday, December 12th at 8:15 PM
If you’ve been struggling with stress or work placed trauma that you are exactly where you need to be.
I’m glad you’ve found me.
Discover more about anxiety and what you can do about it.
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is an unpleasant feeling which is triggered in our brain in response to certain fears. These anxious thoughts are sometimes rooted in the past and usually directed towards events that haven’t happened yet and possibly never will.
You may experience anxiety about driving, anxiety about public speaking or anxiety about going to the dentist.
Anxiety is the feeling we get when the part of our brain called the Amygdala fires hormones triggers our sympathetic nervous system and sends our body into the fight, flight and freeze mechanisms.
Common signs of anxiety are:
Sometimes anxiety is an essential means of keeping us safe and operates in our best interest. The fight, flight and freeze mechanisms produced by the part of our brain responsible for it enable our bodies to prepare for anticipated danger.
It is the sympathetic nervous system that provides us with extra speed and strength to run or fight our enemies or in the case of our early ancestors flee from dinosaurs and predators.
Anxiety in Today’s Society
Even today anxiety still plays an important function in keeping us safe either physically or culturally. For instance if we didn’t feel any anxiety about a future job interview then perhaps we wouldn’t research the company beforehand or prepare ourselves in any way.
However, when your anxiety prevents you from doing the things which you know are in your best interest or creates feelings of panic, then it’s time to stop the cycle of anxious thoughts and teach your brain new behaviour patterns and fortunately this is something we can change easily.
Learn about my release from anxiety
‘Boot your Anxiety workshop’ on Monday, December 12th at 8:15pm.
‘What to expect’.
During this one hour workshop, I’ll be sharing my seven stops to anxiety tool kit which I developed for teachers whilst working in secondary school and which have been effective for learning in both groups and in a one to one.
The techniques I’ll be showing you are quick and effective ways of reducing or stopping your anxiety altogether. They are simple techniques which can be practiced anywhere, anytime and will transform the way you view your environment and ability to control how you feel. What’s more you can teach them to other people who are suffering with anxiety.