In this week's podcast we are responding to the following question: "I have suffered from different types of anxiety off and on for 10 years. Every time I feel like I'm getting a handle on it, it smacks me right in the face again. How do I get past the constant awareness of my own heart beat as well as retraining my brain to not dwell or grip onto negative and irrational thoughts? I feel like I'm always expecting the worst. And have a hard time just enjoying myself.
In this week's podcast we're talking about Susan Cain's excellent book Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking.
In this week's podcast we're responding to a question about journaling to help anxiety:
In this week’s podcast we’re talking about how your imagination affects your anxiety and how you can harness the power of your imagination to help you heal your anxiety versus letting your imagination run wild and making your anxiety even worse.
In this week's podcast we're talking about the benefits of listening to your body and making a space where you feel safe to curl up and rest.
In this week's podcast we're talking about how you can help yourself break free from negative thoughts.
In this week's podcasts we're talking about the importance of self compassion in recovering from anxiety.
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2015 World Tapping Summit. This event is a great opportunity for learning to use EFT for all kinds of issues: chronic pain, phobias, finding strength to say no, and improving your sleep.
Visit us at AnxietySlayer.com to reserve your free place now.
In this week's podcast we're responding to the following question:
"I had my first anxiety attack a month ago. I have been suddenly feeling heat in my body, and sometimes I actually start sweating, I feel shaky and my chest feels tight. My mind races and I feel really scared. I’ve started listening to your podcasts but would appreciate your advice too."
The self-help technique we recommend for panic attacks is the Quick Anxiety Stopper - please visit us at AnxietySlayer.com to find out more about how you can use this simple technique to stop panic attacks escalating and get yourself calm again.