What we’re talking about in this episode!
- Profoundly simple techniques to empty your stress bucket on a daily basis
- How to effectively replace your medical prescriptions like Prozac with gratitude
- Analyzing how the progression of technology is negatively impacting our youth
- Determining if the root cause of your anxiety is from adverse childhood experiences
- Strategies to help you reset without disrupting your day or taking too much time
Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the United States, with 75% of Americans experiencing anxiety at least once a month? Anxiousness has become the most crippling manifestation of stress and overwhelm in history, but it is not a life sentence.
Stephanie Dalfonzo has spent the past 20 years of her life researching anxiety and has become the anxiety expert sharing her knowledge during speaking events and in her new book, Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom. After dealing with anxiety and insomnia herself, Stephanie discovered natural and holistic ways to say goodbye to anxiety for good and is sharing her secrets with us today.
Natural, holistic and scientifically proven ways to overcome anxiety are on the docket today as we learn ways to bring calm into your life easier on a daily basis. Learn the connection between insomnia, anxiety and stress, the separate but powerful uses of meditation and mindfulness, how to adapt your neuroplasticity to respond to anxiety in a new way, plus so much more.
Even if you only have a few seconds every day, that is still enough to heal from the anxiety of past or present. Stephanie is all about creating the easiest and most straight forward paths to healing from anxiety and helping you get back to the present moment.
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“Our kids, our teens, our young adults are experiencing levels of stress and anxiety like we have never seen before. And I could get on a soapbox and say why that is, instead I’ll just say, ‘let me teach you some very simple ways to calm anxiety’ and they are so, so simple.” (11:06)
“We can’t control what goes on around us, what we can control is whether we react or respond to it.” (16:19)
“Like any habit, at first it takes a conscious effort, but after only a short while it can be like ‘oh, this is now how I just naturally am.’” (22:33)
“For me, gratitude is a game changer. We’ve got those same thoughts every day, and a lot of them are negative. With gratitude, we are training our brain to look for the positive.” (38:42)