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Flow states are best described as optimal states of conscious awareness, where you feel fluid in body and mind. A stream of consciousness...
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Neutralise panic, anxiety and depression with grounding techniques: Practising regular grounding exercises can help you feel more secure, stable and connected to yourself, especially after a period of anxiety or dissociation. These exercises can also be used to overcome panic attacks and feelings of detachment in depression. They include learning to keep your feet anchored to the floor, finding your centre of gravity, adopting an upright posture and standing still with your legs apart. As well as practising how to move with a fluid, steady motion to maintain balance and equilibrium, this helps you remain present in the here-and-now, rather than retreating to your head and overthinking things in a crisis, or worrying and becoming detached from your feelings. Practising grounding daily ensures you regain a sense of focus and stability. It can restore your self-confidence as you learn to trust your instincts and sensory experience – reconnecting the mind and body. You are also less likely to drift off into dissociative states or detachment.
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Neutralise panic, anxiety and depression with grounding techniques: Practising regular grounding exercises can help you feel more secure, stable and connected to yourself, especially after a period of anxiety or dissociation. These exercises can also be used to overcome panic attacks and feelings of detachment in depression. They include learning to keep your feet anchored to the floor, finding your centre of gravity, adopting an upright posture and standing still with your legs apart. As well as practising how to move with a fluid, steady motion to maintain balance and equilibrium, this helps you remain present in the here-and-now, rather than retreating to your head and overthinking things in a crisis, or worrying and becoming detached from your feelings. Practising grounding daily ensures you regain a sense of focus and stability. It can restore your self-confidence as you learn to trust your instincts and sensory experience – reconnecting the mind and body. You are also less likely to drift off into dissociative states or detachment.
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Neutralise panic, anxiety and depression with grounding techniques: Practising regular grounding exercises can help you feel more secure, stable and connected to yourself, especially after a period of anxiety or dissociation. These exercises can also be used to overcome panic attacks and feelings of detachment in depression. They include learning to keep your feet anchored to the floor, finding your centre of gravity, adopting an upright posture and standing still with your legs apart. As well as practising how to move with a fluid, steady motion to maintain balance and equilibrium, this helps you remain present in the here-and-now, rather than retreating to your head and overthinking things in a crisis, or worrying and becoming detached from your feelings. Practising grounding daily ensures you regain a sense of focus and stability. It can restore your self-confidence as you learn to trust your instincts and sensory experience – reconnecting the mind and body. You are also less likely to drift off into dissociative states or detachment.
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https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/wired-up-for-anxiety

We are all wired for anxiety as part of a primitive survival mechanism inherited from our evolutionary past. The fear response is deeply embedded in our neural networks, alerting the body and brain to danger. The animal in us is alive and kicking.

Anxiety triggers our “fight, flight and freeze response” when we feel threatened, firing off a cascade of neurochemical transmitters in our nervous system whenever we detect danger or get into conflict. Even low-level threats such as meeting deadlines, problem-solving, making decisions or completing a difficult task can cause an accumulation of stress that leads to anxiety. Stress hormones flood the body: priming us for immediate action - arousing fear, tension and keeping us on high alert.

#UKCP #BACP #Counselling #Psychotherapy #Psychology #Philosophy #MIND #Neuroscience #CounsellingPsychology #CounsellingTwickenham #Twickenham #Whitton #Teddington #Richmond #Hampton #Hounslow #London #WestLondon #UK #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Trauma #PanicDisorder

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https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/wired-up-for-anxiety

We are all wired for anxiety as part of a primitive survival mechanism inherited from our evolutionary past. The fear response is deeply embedded in our neural networks, alerting the body and brain to danger. The animal in us is alive and kicking.

Anxiety triggers our “fight, flight and freeze response” when we feel threatened, firing off a cascade of neurochemical transmitters in our nervous system whenever we detect danger or get into conflict. Even low-level threats such as meeting deadlines, problem-solving, making decisions or completing a difficult task can cause an accumulation of stress that leads to anxiety. Stress hormones flood the body: priming us for immediate action - arousing fear, tension and keeping us on high alert.

#UKCP #BACP #Counselling #Psychotherapy #Psychology #Philosophy #MIND #Neuroscience #CounsellingPsychology #CounsellingTwickenham #Twickenham #Whitton #Teddington #Richmond #Hampton #Hounslow #London #WestLondon #UK #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Trauma #PanicDisorder

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https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/wired-up-for-anxiety

We are all wired for anxiety as part of a primitive survival mechanism inherited from our evolutionary past. The fear response is deeply embedded in our neural networks, alerting the body and brain to danger. The animal in us is alive and kicking.

Anxiety triggers our “fight, flight and freeze response” when we feel threatened, firing off a cascade of neurochemical transmitters in our nervous system whenever we detect danger or get into conflict. Even low-level threats such as meeting deadlines, problem-solving, making decisions or completing a difficult task can cause an accumulation of stress that leads to anxiety. Stress hormones flood the body: priming us for immediate action - arousing fear, tension and keeping us on high alert.

#UKCP #BACP #Counselling #Psychotherapy #Psychology #Philosophy #MIND #Neuroscience #CounsellingPsychology #CounsellingTwickenham #Twickenham #Whitton #Teddington #Richmond #Hampton #Hounslow #London #WestLondon #UK #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Trauma #PanicDisorder

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https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/wired-up-for-anxiety

We are all wired for anxiety as part of a primitive survival mechanism inherited from our evolutionary past. The fear response is deeply embedded in our neural networks, alerting the body and brain to danger. The animal in us is alive and kicking.

Anxiety triggers our “fight, flight and freeze response” when we feel threatened, firing off a cascade of neurochemical transmitters in our nervous system whenever we detect danger or get into conflict. Even low-level threats such as meeting deadlines, problem-solving, making decisions or completing a difficult task can cause an accumulation of stress that leads to anxiety. Stress hormones flood the body: priming us for immediate action - arousing fear, tension and keeping us on high alert.

#UKCP #BACP #Counselling #Psychotherapy #Psychology #Philosophy #MIND #Neuroscience #CounsellingPsychology #CounsellingTwickenham #Twickenham #Whitton #Teddington #Richmond #Hampton #Hounslow #London #WestLondon #UK #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Trauma #PanicDisorder
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