How do your primitive reflexes respond to danger, threats, and anxiety?
The amygdala is that little part of your brain that affects emotions and primal instincts. Would your self-awareness increase if you knew more about that important region? Yes, it would. Since most of us experience an emotional roller coaster each day, understanding what to blame for those sudden urges, fluctuating moods, and altering emotional responses, is crucial to controlling your thoughts and actions.
Panic attacks, anxiety, and all kinds of other symptoms are triggered by the amygdala. The natural responses of human beings have are deeply rooted in the furthermost depths of the limbic system, a small speck of mass that has an essential function in the entire nervous system. In this book, you will learn new things about:
- How hormones and the amygdala are strongly connected
- Sex differences in the human amygdala
- How anxiety can be cured by changes in or reconditioning of the amygdala
- Why a healthy amygdala should be your first priority
- How to master your emotional responses after primitive signals enter the brain
- How to access the super brain genius. region all of us have
We all have primitive instincts, and our emotions are based on our hormones, bodily changes, and our direct environment. To be mindful of these things and master our inner monologue, our responses, and our behavior, it takes a certain level of comprehension as to what causes these thing. After that, issues can be addressed, changed, handled, and taken care of. If this is something you seek then this book is the right stepping stone for you.
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Interesting but not what I expected
Very informative concerning the amygdala, not much helpful hints in requiring it which was my reason for purchasing the book.