As I mentioned in my The last article, the panic syndrome is a disease that will paralyzing the life of the patient gradually. In her thoughts they resort to only bad memories and she can only establish links with other people through what is most negative about them.
The chemical functioning of the brain is totally influenced by what we think and feel.
The second step is to begin to validate or invalidate these thoughts, setting limits in the same way we do with people and situations. In a third moment it is possible to see if the person's reactions are proportional to the fact or if she is exaggerating and creating true Mexican drama.
It is fundamental to integrate the body with the sensations and feelings in order to identify the triggers that trigger the crises and thus the bearer may overcome internal states of helplessness and fear.
It is also important to investigate the history of this individual, who may have assimilated a very strong fear in childhood or lived with fearful people. Such traits are able to remain in your subconscious for indeterminate periods. In addition, it is common for people with panic to have been influenced by someone in their childhood who, instead of calming and welcoming, left them more frightened by every little incident, such as illness, injury, or difficulty. are going through behavioral disorders should experience a more natural and efficient way of regaining mental health. These unconscious fears are linked to the autonomic nervous system, that is, reactions that we do not control, and thereby overload our defenses. The chemical functioning of the brain is totally influenced by what we think and feel.
A poor night's sleep, excessive drinking, smoking, and inadequate nutrition are just a few problems that may prevent the manufacture of serotonin, a neurotransmitter responsible for the sense of well-being and satiety, triggering panic. Such an oscillation can even alter the functioning of the heart, and therefore, it is common to feel that death is very near, from lack of air and confusion of thoughts. This proves that, in fact, the issue is much more comprehensive, since the behavior can indirectly cause lack of oxygen, the reduction of glucose levels, and thus the neurons are not sufficiently replenished in that region of the neural circuits. > It is common for people with depression to have low circulation of serotonin, precisely the substance that fights stress and its lack can cause the compulsions. The depressive always exaggerates.
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Another important point is the individual's lack of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin C, for example, is very important for the brain because it is part of the formation of neurotransmitters. Therefore, the absence of this vitamin can cause anxiety and depression. Chromium mineral, in turn, is extremely important in the process of glucose metabolism.
In addition, when nerve cells in the brain work too much because of fear, mitochondria follow the rhythm and begin to consume more calcium, potassium and magnesium, which are minerals essential for the proper functioning of the body.
In the past, when we talked about glucose we only remembered the person with diabetes, but today we know that glucose is the main food in the brain. Therefore, if glucose metabolism is not well done, we may see problems with anxiety, depression and other disorders.
We also have mineral lithium, which is a mood regulator, widely used in the treatment of depression and obsessive thoughts.
We are in balance when we know that adversity is a part of life and, aware of it, we do not delude ourselves so much.
All who are experiencing behavioral disorders should experience a more natural and efficient way to regain mental health . The treatment should promote the integration between body, mind and bioenergy, leading to a self-knowledge that will allow to decode the unconscious and seek solutions to overcome fear.
The mind can be programmed because intelligence is a process to be developed. So doing a negative visualization will act on the psychic structure of the brain.
Working with negative images is a form of negative mental magic and the person who mentalises will always be the most affected. We can make a change of the inner state and turn a mental agitation into a calm state.
People who suffer from panic syndrome are usually extremely sensitive people who need to develop this sensitivity. This can be done through visualizations and meditations, but also through the use of intuition in everyday life - not only the mystic, but also the reality capture, which makes us realize when we are low energy or, unlike , when we are with our vitality to the maximum. It is necessary to reestablish the energy balance of the whole organism.
Well-being is also in ideas and actions and not only in the body. It is necessary to be open-minded, to live life in the present with full confidence without ever doubting that the best can happen to us and to those we love.
Feel the life, breathe, relax, take pleasure in what you do and try to cultivate good habits.
We are in balance when we know that adversity is part of life and, aware of it, we are not so deluded. We know that good and bad things are part of life, so let's get meanings in everything and seek a wise way to make an inner transformation.
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