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Fight or flight

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Fawn Response: Adding to The Fight, Flight, or Freeze Framework

Fawning — also called please-and-appease — is a trauma response that can have deep impacts on your relationships and your sense of self.

What Happens to Your Body Under Stress?

During a stressful incident, any type of incident be it a violent attack, an argument with someone, being late to work, narrowly avoiding a vehicle accident etc, there are certain physiological res…

Why Mindfulness?

In our modern pressurised society we are living almost permanently in 'Fight or Flight' mode. This is unnatural to our body. We are only designed to momentarily experience this Fight or Flight mode, to help us flee from danger. If you have ever watched a nature programme on TV, the herd in the wild experiences this Fight or Flight state when confronted by a predator. Moments later the herd is again at ease once the danger has passed. All of the elevated levels of stress and the accompanying…

Fight-or-flight. Stress Response Stock Vector - Illustration of adrenaline, function: 158881841

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Retrain Your Brain, Fix Your Gut

Sometimes the limbic brain can become stuck in a negative cycle conditioned by trauma or stress. When this happens, mysterious conditions like chronic illness and gut imbalances can take hold in the body. Symptoms can include, but are not limited to, bloating, headaches, and an inability to relax, but also more severe symptoms like chronic fatigue, IBS, inflammation, or chronic pain. To break the cycle and restore homeostasis, extended meditation is highly recommended. As well, an…

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When all you know is fight or flight, red flags and butterflies all feel the same

When all you know is fight or flight, red flags and butterflies all feel the same

Watch popular Fight or flight videos

Natural sounds relax you because they are constant noises of a pleasant pitch. Your brain interprets them as non-threatening noises, which helps reduce your fight-or-flight response. This lowers your stress level and helps you become more relaxed for sleep. For more nature, natural sounds click on the link.
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This tapping sequence helps develop a feeling of safety so that the body and mind can relax. Once the fight or flight reaction has been calmed, the sequence focuses on developing a feeling of peace. #eft #efttapping #mindfulness