Depending on your mindset, stress can either hinder or encourage motivation in your every day life . Unfortunately contemporary stress often debilitates and distresses, but BodyTalk seeks to promote this healthy approach to acute stress.
Similarly to stress, anxiety, when approached with the right mindset can act as a catalyst to problem-solve in otherwise strenuous situations. However, escalating levels of anxiety can swamp and cloud your rational judgement.
“BodyTalk sessions have helped me so much through my depression, panic attacks, feeling vulnerable, as well as through my digestive problems and intolerances which I had been living with for many years. BodyTalk Treatments with Angie have been an invaluable support for me in getting over anti-depressants and leading a happy and fulfilled life.” – A.R
The black dog trails closely behind anxiety and it is often said that the two, depression and anxiety, come hand in hand. Both are contrived from the same neurological mechanism of the brain which result in the‘ups’ and ‘downs’ of our lives. Depression is a looming mood disorder which casts a continuous sense of hopelessness, sadness, and disassociation. Just like stress and anxiety, depression is associated with physical symptoms such as:
• Pain in the back, muscles, joints, and chest
• Digestive problems
• Weight loss or gain
So what can be done about this extremely relevant and relatable issue?
The BodyTalk system caters to specific needs, with each individual treatment personalised in a unique, non-invasive
So what can be done about thesemental health issues?
The BodyTalk system caters to specific needs, with each individual treatment personalised in a unique, non-invasive manner. By making use of the recognised connection between the mind and body, BodyTalk analyses the powerful emotions, beliefs, memories, expectations, events, and environmental triggers and their effect on any one of your 30 trillion cells. Approaching the issue from below the surface quickly reveals the attributing causes affecting yournervous system within your everyday life, tackling these debilitating disorders through supportive means.
“I started having BodyTalk sessions for my insomnia, anxiety and feeling exhausted. In my first sessions, Angie picked up that my insomnia was coming from my work stress and she treated me for that. After my first BodyTalk session I saw a huge shift in my work environment, I was more relaxed, confident and positive. It felt like work, the people and environment around me had changed, but my perceptions had changed to give new reality. I am dealing with people better, my worry, anxiety, uncertainty and insecurity has diminished, sleep has improved dramatically, I feel more
energetic. I am excited to see such a profound shift in a couple of BodyTalk sessions.” – Welch
Anxiety and depression comes about as a result of a complex mixture of factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events. To assess and learn of these influences, a BodyTalk practitionerusesamethod of neuromuscular biofeedback. Other techniques such as Cellular Repair, may assist to counter the influence of genetic predisposition towards emotional and mental disorders such as anxiety and depression. A Body Chemistry balance can be extremely effective in maintaining chemical intolerance, hormonal imbalances or toxicity, all of which play a part in a volatile, over-reactive bodily system.
Emotion, in protein form of neuropeptides, can possibly be stored within the tissues. These neuropeptides can be triggered by a range of environmental stimuli, including a stressful home or workplace. BodyTalk recognises that unresolved concerns, fear and sadness, when provoked by a situation or memory, can prompt a physiological response which will result in a distressed reaction from the brain, as though the discomforting event were repeating itself. This mechanism can work against yourself, contributing to both chronic and acute anxiety. By employing BodyTalk techniques such as Active Memory, a BodyTalk practitioner can work with the patient’s body to disassociate, neutralise, and release emotions that have been stored within the connective tissue.
Even the most subtle of reactions can reveal unexpressed emotions. Through BodyTalk, www.bodytalksystem.com.hk