The Brain Training Exercises For Anxiety Relief 30 Day Challenge is here! You are going to love this if you've been struggling with anxiety.
All you have to do is follow the guided prompts on my challenge example, or fill in your own if that suits you better. I’ve provided the challenge guidelines below to help you get started right away. You can start your challenge right after reading them or get the e-book with ALL the details and a ton of examples.
With anxiety your energy is revved up, it's too high, you are speeding out of control... so you need to find things that bring you towards a calm state. You'll learn how to bring that heart rate and hyper energy down. WAY down.
One good thing for brain health is to learn a new thing every day. So you will be doing both in this challenge.
The guided brain training exercises for anxiety relief challenge is the second of the challenge series. Better Brain Health is the first. It has a free sample of the first week for you to download and test out.
You also have access to the FREE 10 Day Self Love Challenge.
And the 30 Day Depression Challenge is the fourth in the series.
The best things you will be able to put into practice when you do the brain training exercises for anxiety relief challenge...
The best bit, in my opinion, besides the brain rewiring (which is awesome) is the sensory and nervous system practices for calm and de-escalation.
This challenge is easy to use, and you can print out the pages to use again and again.
For the challenge, just follow the steps for the whole month, and you’ll be taking the right steps toward being calmer and happier.
Here is a small excerpt from the e-book to help you get started right now.
Your heart will start to race, and your thoughts won’t help. You’ll be worrying about everything…
Common symptoms of anxiety are excessive worry, fear and irritability.
This can occur during and in between migraine attacks. To complicate things, migraine can trigger anxiety and vice versa.
The confusing part is - that anxiety can be one of your migraine symptoms, but it can also occur on its own between attacks.
Do any of these thoughts sound familiar?
That's just a little sample, but it gives you an idea. There are a lot of ideas in the e-book that focus on reducing anxiety, all with an added touch of brain retraining.
As in the instructions, please aim to do the listed activities / exercises 4 times a day for at least 5 minutes.
Set an alarm (on your phone or something) so you achieve your goal. New habits need prompting initially.
I have provided a lot of examples for you to use and there is a blank template if my ideas don't suit you.
I've written all about this in my 30 Day Brain Health Challenge.
And I’ve written more about what methods I use here – Neuroplasticity and Rewiring the Brain.
Now it's time to plan for calming down that nervous system. This guided challenge will train your brain to look for what brings you more calm.