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do you have anxiety?
“I’m worried about a lot of things, and the things I’m worried about go round and round in my head.”
Are you worried because you are anxious?
Are you worried because you are worried about it?
Because I have anxiety, I worry about various things and worry about it, and when I worry about it, I become worried about the future.
You are spinning in a negative loop of anxiety and worry.
This negative loop continues forever unless it is cut off at some point.
“It’s better not to worry about such things.”
“It’s easier not to worry about it.”
Can you do it as you said?
As I often say in this blog, it is very difficult to control mental problems emotionally.
For example, if you were very nervous at a game or recital, have you ever been able to relieve your tension by thinking of the audience as pumpkins or eggplants?
Also, have you ever thought that your boss’s scolding was a waterfall of training?
Whoever could do that could be a genius.
It is difficult for ordinary people.
“Then, do I have no choice but to deal with my anxiety and worries as they are?”
Other than the obvious worries, the main source comes from anxiety.
If you live with a feeling of anxiety, you will start to notice small things.
“I have to make my son’s bento, but it’s a huge burden…”
“I have to go to a psychiatrist next week, but I’m afraid I’ll need more medicine…”
“I can’t heal like this forever…”
I’m going to attach the specific worries to the anxiety.
So what is the source of your anxiety?
The root of anxiety is “vague anxiety”.
And the vague sense of unease comes from the heart.
Almost everyone who comes in with anxiety has palpitations.
“I might die”
I have this kind of fear of death.
This creates a vague sense of unease.
How can the heart get better?
I call the state of palpitations and anxiety “cardiac autonomic imbalance.”
Because the autonomic nerves that move the heart are weakened, palpitations and anxiety appear.
Improving the autonomic nerves of the heart will improve anxiety.
Where is the autonomic nervous system?
it’s in the spine.
spine = autonomic nerves
You can also say.
When the spine is distorted, the autonomic nerves of the heart are also out of order.
as the reason for the curvature of the spine
bad sitting posture
looking down at smartphone
watching TV with the armrest of the sofa as a pillow
And so on.
In particular, people who complain of anxiety should not sit too long because sitting makes them feel worse.
I put my palms on her waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the palm and arch the spine (I think this spine of yours is probably sticking out, but this spine is originally curved. there is).