Best understand anxiety through combat or flight response

2019-05-14 Qigong No comment


In my kinesiology practice, I have treated hundreds of adults and children with anxiety disorders.

I now treat all anxiety as a combat/flight response with background reasons, such as trauma, shock or long-term stress. Fundamentally, anxious people are experiencing a sense of insecurity. Restoring security is the key to solving problems.

This is the definition of my favorite anxiety;

“The feelings of anxiety, fear, fear or anxiety often have no clear reason. Anxiety will be distinguished from fear because the latter is produced in response to obvious and actual dangers, such as the opposite of physical safety. Anxiety arises from a reaction to an apparently harmless situation, or a product of subjective, internal emotional conflicts that are not obvious to him. Chronic or repetitive anxiety is unreasonable in response to real-life stress. It is often seen as a sign of mood disorder. Persistent anxiety associated with no special cause or mental concern is called general or free floating, anxiety." [Britannica website]

My anxiety

I have a free floating ' or general anxiety for years. It detects different levels. When I was in my 20s, I began to learn meditation, out of curiosity and see if it would make me feel calm. After a few months of practice, I understood how uneasy I was. I noticed that if I didn't use meditation techniques like mindfulness, I was not calm in order to stay calm. Meditation has helped me a lot, especially in the process of understanding myself and how to maintain balance, I was tired of having to do this. When I was in my 20s, most of the people I knew didn't give figs about meditation, or even practiced anything, but they were generally calmer than me.

Once, my anxiety reached its peak and I started a panic attack. I am also entering and leaving depression. I have been to counseling and psychotherapy – it was very helpful, but it didn't calm my body. Despite sports, qigong, yoga, meditation and food, my nervous system is still very unstable. I can't seem to control it.

Once, in order to manage my crisis, I took about 6 months of medication. It made me go through a difficult process, but I don't like how I feel about it. I am groggy, sleepy, and my head is unclear.

I lived in Australia at the time and I introduced my state to my friends. They said they know someone who is practicing kinematics and I should give it a try. In short, these treatments have changed lives. After the first two treatments, I felt that my whole body was calming down. I often describe it as if I was trapped in second gear and has been driving at 80 mph. The kinesiology work allowed me to get 3 files, then the 4th gear, and so on. Soon I didn't have any effort, I was just fine, very calm.

Now, for anyone who is used to not feeling calm, suddenly feeling calm is a dramatic welcome. I think the change is so strong, I want to know what is going on.

This led me to learn and practice kinesiology. The area I am most interested in is surprised, surprised, and anxious.

You have read the definition of anxiety above, but for those who may not know its impact on humans, there are some signs and symptoms.

Some signs and symptoms of anxiety?

If you feel anxious, this is what happens to your body;

– Increase heart rate

– Shallow breathing fast

– Stomach tension

– difficulty in defecation

– dizzy

– Dry mouth

– did not sleep well

At the psychological level;

– Inattention

– I feel irritable and depressed

– Loss of self-confidence and self-esteem

What causes anxiety?

According to my experience, the most important reason is your personal history of stress and trauma, known and unknown. Contain

– Your life experience

– How did you grow up?

– long-term pressure

– Shock

– 0-3 year old distress/shock

The biggest change happened to my body when a sportsman solved a very early trauma. I almost died of a 6-month-old celiac baby. The diagnosis was missed for a few months and I was very ill. Obviously, I have no memory of this. I believe that I have a post-traumatic stress. My body has been producing huge adrenaline. I am nervous, irritable, I can't sit and find it hard to concentrate. I am emotionally sensitive and upset.

When I solved this early trauma with kinesiology, all the background dilemmas were solved. I have become so calm, I can't believe it.

So now, when I work with people, I always look at their problems from this perspective. It does not always become a factor in the overall understanding of the problem. Even sometimes, there is no solution.

Anxiety and combat/flight response

I now think that anxiety is a "dilemma." Combat/flight response. In other words, the shock or trauma that causes the body to enter combat/escape is not yet released. The brain part that is crucial to this problem is Amygdala. Many of our automatic fear responses are controlled here. For example, when you are suddenly scared, it will make your body jump. You can't control this reaction. If this area is over-stimulated, it will tend to maintain this state. The trigger is even slightly similar to the trigger that caused the initial startle. Will fire at the appropriate time.

This is the experience of anxiety. For no apparent reason, you start to feel that you are in a dangerous situation. Even if you know that you are not, and you want to calm yourself down, you will not always stop. The survival brain is very powerful and it tries to keep you safe. When you are anxious, it is feeling dangerous and trying to keep you away from it.

How does exercise function help anxiety?

Kinesiology provides a new way to use traditional Chinese medicine [TCM] technology. Chinese medicine is to restore the peace of mind and body. If you have been treated with good acupuncture, you will feel calm.

I use a range of techniques, including acupressure formatting, NOT [neural tissue technology] and meditation visualization to restore my body's sense of security. Because when anxiety exists, safety is missing.

in conclusion

When an adult or child experiences anxiety, there is a lack of security. I think this lack of safety comes from excessively stimulating combat/combat responses from previous stress or trauma.

Kinesiology is a fascinating system that allows practitioners to bring calmness or balance to the emotional state associated with combat/flight response. When these problems are resolved, this person usually notices more calm. As a result, a range of physical and emotional problems can be alleviated.

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