Brain functioning is key to understanding stress and anxiety.
When functioning well, your brain can handle fear, stress and change. A stressful experience begins in the frontal lobe of the brain, the area that interprets meaning and controls decision-making, and reacts to the event with fear and other unpleasant feelings. After a stressful event has gone away, healthy neural pathways gradually move fear and upset to the back of the brain, where relaxation centres slow and diffuse the stress and bring you back to a calm, healthy state.
But blockages can interrupt neural pathways and disturb this calming process. Fear stops moving back and doesn’t slow down. Neural blockages can trap you in a high-energy, frantic loop that escalates into chronic stress and anxiety. The more often you experience fear, the stronger it feels and the harder it is to switch off and relax.
Untreated stress damages your mind, body and brain, and it weakens the parasympathetic healing and calming pathways of your nervous system. No one can avoid stress completely, but you can learn to master your response to stress and anxiety with tools and skills that strengthen your capacity for deep healing and relaxation.
More than 50% of us experience stress and anxiety at some point in our lives. But feelings of dread or anxiousness don’t need to rule your world.
Our treatment provides a holistic solution for the stressful and anxious mind, using powerful calming tools such as red light, sound massage, virtual reality, guided meditation, biofeedback and more.
Our non-invasive treatment methods train your brain and body to restore healthy neural pathways, break anxiety loops and reclaim healing and restorative relaxation. Together we can eliminate the neural patterns that are responsible for your anxiety