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Safety Behaviors to Manage Fight-or-Flight Reactions

Safety behaviors are actions we take, as well as actions we avoid taking, in order to reduce our anxiety and manage fight-or-flight reactions in times when we perceive danger but it is only a short-term solution with detrimental effects on our health and well-being in the longer term.

Worry Behaviors and Strategies

When we worry we try all kinds of unhelpful worry behaviors and strategies to reduce our distress. These quick fixes ultimately only give temporary relief from the cause of the fear.

3 Exercises to Deal Effectively With Worry

Worry can have a disastrous effect on a person’s life, their well-being and everyday functioning at work, home, and leisure activities, yet there are a few easy exercises to deal effectively with worry. Here are three to help you dispel the worry demons.

Communicating Effectively with Your Family

Supercharge Your Health With Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is a relatively new buzzword in health and sports nutrition, but the beneficial effects of abstaining from food for extended periods daily, specifically to burn fat, increase metabolism, and lowering insulin levels are becoming more widely known.

Your Brain on Sugar is Similar to an Addiction

A growing burgeon of scientific studies is demonstrating that a human brain on sugar is little different from the effects of better known addictive substance like cocaine and opioids, with impairments varying from cognitive functioning, emotional processing, cardiovascular health, and mood irregularities.