Face Your Fears and Gain Control of Your LifeApril 21, 2020
What Exactly Is Fear?
is a biological response to an internal or external stimulus.
biological response. When you’re afraid, your
body goes into “fight or flight”
mode. Your heart rate goes up and your adrenaline increases.
- To an internal or external stimulus. Fear can arise from within or without. Thinking about losing your job (internal stimulus) causes fear. Coming face-to-face with a grizzly bear (external stimulus) also causes fear.
- A biological response. When you’re afraid, your body goes into “fight or flight” mode. Your heart rate goes up and your adrenaline increases.
you’ll probably discover is that
most of your fears are internally created. You are
afraid because of what you think
will happen rather than what is actually happening.
What you feel is real but the circumstances you’re imagining are
- When you understand the true nature of fear, it becomes easier to overcome. You are able to closely examine your anxiety and determine if there is any substance to it.
Change Your Biology
- When you’re afraid, your body is
ramped up, and it can be very difficult to control your thinking. When you dispel the physical effects of fear, it becomes much easier
to dispel the mental effects of fear. So, how do you change your biology?
- Exercise. When you work out, your body releases endorphins, which make you
feel good. If you’re feeling worried, go for a brisk walk
or hit the gym.
breathing exercises. When you’re anxious, you
breathe rapidly, which raises your heart rate, increases muscle tension, causes
dizziness, and more. Focus on changing your breathing patterns.
- Relax your muscles. Use progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) – a technique for releasing
muscles that have been tensed due to anxiety.
- Exercise. When you work out, your body releases endorphins, which make you feel good. If you’re feeling worried, go for a brisk walk or hit the gym.
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