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***The Science Of The Linden Method And Anxiety Recovery
Each and every one of us has a conscious and a subconscious mind. The conscious mind helps us to make conscious decisions, decisions about things that we have physical control over, for instance whether to choose something up, whether to run or walk.
The subconscious mind is pretty much out of our control to a degree. This system also called the autonomic nervous system, controls all the bodily systems lutron touch dimmer which we don’t have to think about, like digestion, breathing and blood circulation.
The brain consists of quite a lot of organs, all of which carry out particular functions within the body. Speech, balance, sight, emotions, are all of the product of the brain’s processing power and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
It has been known for a few years now that The Limbic \system which controls emotional responses, plays a vital role in emotion, it’s the nerve centre for everything we experience emotionally sending signals to the body to cry, to laugh, to feel happy or sad.
On this system, there are two small organ, one on each side of the brain. These are called the Amygdala. These organs make split second decisions inside the Limbic system and act like switches or guages…they are either ON or OFF.
The Amygdala’s role in anxiety disorder like panic attacks, phobias, generalised anxiety disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder is to regulate and activate the anxious response. They do that by making a choice based on information past to them by the sensory organs like the ears, eyes or nose.
So, if you see and hear an enormous dog jumping out at you, the ears and eyes send a message to the Amygdala which then reacts appropriately….OR INAPPROPRIATELY!
You see, this anxiety switch can become re-set at a higher than normal level of anxiety so when the switch isn’t activated, you experience constant, increased levels of anxiety. The Amygdala has become re-set. Your body and mind think that this level of anxiety is completely normal but you know consciously that something isn’t right!
The Amygdala has become reset as a result of something called operant conditioning. Operant conditioning is what the brain uses to ‘learn’ new behaviour or skills. For instance, driving, reading or learning to play an instrument; it’s what happens once we learn through repetition.
By being constantly exposed to anxiety producing stimuli or by having a sudden increase in your stress or anxiety levels due to work pressure, bereavement or bullying, for example, the Amygdala is being taught, by repetition, that the new behaviour is 100% appropriate…so it becomes re-set at this new ‘instinctual’ level.
That is where anxiety disorder, panic attacks, phobias and obsessions step in.
As anxious people, we then become petrified of the symptoms, that fear produces symptoms, the symptoms produce fear, the fear produces symptoms and so forth ad infinitum!
So we become trapped in an anxious cycle and very little could break it…till recently!
So, do you see that anxiety disorders like panic attacks are usually not in actual fact, mental illnesses, they are in reality, behavioural conditions fuelled by deep seated habit! It’s that straightforward.
Medication isn’t the answer…neither is deep psychotherapy or hypnosis which just focuses your conscious mind in your subconscious mind. The solution is a structured method of reversing those changes which have been made within the subconscious mind, the Amygdala, eliminating the anxious habit and returning YOUR anxiety gauge back down to an appropriate level.
That’s what we at the Linden Method do and it’s quick, fast and simple.
Your anxiety disorder may produce a myriad of classic anxiety and panic attack symptoms like:
- Rapid heart beat, pounding heart or palpitations
Shaking visibly or inside
Choking sensations or lump in throat
Smothering or shortness of breath sensations
Chest pain or discomfort
Nausea, bloating, indigestion or abdominal discomfort
Dizziness or unsteadiness
10. Derealisation (feeling unreal or dreamy)
- Depersonalisation (feeling outside yourself or like you don’t exist)
. Fear of losing control or going crazy
. Paresthesias (numbness or tingling sensations) in face, extremities or body
. Chills or hot flushes
. Skin losing colour
. Blushing or skin blotches
. Urgently needing to urinate or defecate
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