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Amygdala hijack fight or flight response | how to stop anxiety

This anxiety switch controls what is called the fight or flight response. In a persons day to day life, your amygdala, is set in ‘off’ mode. This “switch” should only activate during moments of danger or threat. This is perfectly normal for these type of situations. However, when this ‘switch’is repeatedly triggered in times of stress, sadness, grief or anger, it can get ‘stuck’ in the on’ mode. When this happens, a person can start to develop acute phobias , anxiety disorders and also trigger panic attacks .

What we learn before we’re born

When does learning begin? Answer: Before we are born. Science writer Annie Murphy Paul talks through new research that shows how much we learn in the womb — from the lilt of our native language to our soon-to-be-favorite foods.

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My experience with Jenn was transcendental. It takes a lot for me to feel safe enough with another person to be in that vulnerable of a state. I was able to relax, surrender, open up and feel energetically safe enough to enter a realm of depth and uncertainty. I entered a space of void and openness. It was inexplicable. I refer to it often. I feel more objective to the past. I can look at the memories without feeling the visceral response of being re-traumatized. This has reaffirmed my faith that we can rewire our brains, break deep patterns, shift our thoughts, and believe the answers we find for ourselves. They lay deeply within our own being!

Brittani B.

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