The Body: Part 1 of A Neurorelational Look at Anxiety in 4 Parts

This is the first of a four part series that looks at ways anxiety might originate in each of our four brain systems. What is said here applies to any of the stress responses; I chose to spotlight anxiety because it its behaviors are the least understood as stress responses, yet they are the the most common in children. ​ Part 1: Anxiety from The Regulatory System (The Body) ​ Last month, I discussed the combination Red and Blue stress response known as Combo. Many of us spend a good deal of time in this state where our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are activated at the same time. Where the Red state might feel like annoyance, anger or rage, and the Blue like listlessness,

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