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Hyper arousal and anxiety can come with a host of anxiety symptoms. One of the most prevalent symptoms of anxiety is Dizzines and commonly associated with depersonalization. Credit goes to the metaphysical teachers such as Louise Hay for helping us make the connection between symptoms of anxiety and mental and emotional patterns.
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Dizziness: Flighty, scattered thinking. A refusal to look.
Overcome: The ‘one thing’ meditation.
Chronic fatigue: Resistance, boredom, lack of love for what one does.
Overcome: Pursue your creativity and change things up (in house).
Body aches: Longing for love. Longing to be held.
Overcome: regular self hugs with emotional release.
Heart distress and palpitations: Represents the center of love and security.
Affirmation: “I am approved of by all of life, all is well, I am safe.”
Anxiety: Not trusting the flow and the process of life.
Overcome: Make peace with uncertainty.
Instagram hack to repeat anxiey affirmation:
1) Save the recorded anxiety affirmation via Instagram through stories.
2) Close, and head back into Instagram stories while opening the short recorded anxiety affirmation.
3) Let it repeat indefinitely.
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Depression – What You Need to Know
Depression is a mental health disorder that can interfere with your daily life, work, and relationships. Early diagnosis and treatment can help you feel better and get back to living a normal life.
Depression can be caused by a variety of things, including your genes, your early life experiences and stressful events, such as the death of a loved one. Your sensitivity to stress and the way you deal with your emotions can also play a role in developing depression.
If you have a family history of depression, it is important to talk about it with your healthcare provider as soon as possible. Your healthcare provider can also help you find the right treatment for your symptoms and make sure it’s safe to take.
Symptoms of depression can vary from person to person, but most people with this disorder experience sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of interest in life or activities that used to be enjoyable. They may have thoughts about suicide or hurting themselves or others.
Young adults are especially at risk for developing depression. They are often under more pressure than older people, and they have less support in their lives. They can develop depression as a result of major life transitions, such as moving or getting a new job, poor health, poverty, and other stresses.
In some cases, depression can happen as a side effect of certain medical conditions and medications, such as heart disease and cancer. These conditions can cause changes in the brain chemicals that control mood, which can lead to depression.
Medicines for depression aim to change the chemicals in the brain so that they’re balanced. They include a wide range of antidepressants and other medicines. These medicines affect nerve cells in the brain to increase the availability of certain chemical messengers, or neurotransmitters. They also can treat other problems that can be linked to depression, such as anxiety, substance abuse, and phobias.
It takes 4 to 6 weeks for these medicines to have a full effect on your depression. Some people have to try a few different medicines before they find one that works well for them.
Other treatments for depression include psychotherapy (also called counseling or therapy). This involves talking with a professional about your feelings and how to manage them. It can be done in a group or individual setting.
ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) is a form of depression treatment that can be helpful for severe depression that doesn’t respond to medication or other treatments. ECT involves passing a mild electrical current through the brain. This causes a brief seizure.
Counseling can also help people who are depressed to learn new ways to cope with their feelings and manage stress. It can help you recognize the signs of depression, change negative thinking habits and improve your relationships with others.
Managing stress is the most important thing you can do to prevent depression or ease your symptoms. Some of the best methods are exercise, a healthy diet and getting enough sleep. Avoiding substances and alcohol is another effective strategy for treating depression.