“Transformation Over Health Anxiety Involves The Willingness To Challenge Your Deepest Beliefs About Who You Are.”
Morning health anxiety is far too common for people suffering from deep symptom sensitivity. The time of day becomes associated with the habit of checking symptoms of anxiety, and dread for the rest of the day. This is when morning habits become essential to implement consciously so that positive momentum can be built for the rest of the day.
Many times, the way a health anxiety sufferer starts the day impacts them for the rest of the day
Going from a slow brain wave state to a fast brainwave state upon waking up means that the subconscious mind is much more available to new suggestion. Morning health anxiety can be over-turned, and it starts the moment a sufferer wakes up. If we can put the need for checking symptoms behind, and focus attention back on habits that help us become more dis-interested in morning health anxiety we’ll get to the other side.
The other side, is a place that’s far more externally focused than internal
The ability to put the overly concerned and catastrophic thinking mind into the background is key. Because anything that over time doesn’t come with as much attention and focus by the conscious mind begins losing its value. When these morning health anxiety habits lose their value it opens the door to new ways of thinking and acting.
This is where the magic is. This is where a proven CBT based method for health anxiety comes into play. Let’s begin turning your health anxiety around starting today since it’s very possible no matter how long and how severe the sensitivity might be.
In today’s health anxiety podcast show I’ll be discussing:
- How morning health anxiety can disrupt the entire rest of the day
- Why helplessness doesn’t exist in a warriors life
- How healing health anxiety for good is a much better strategy than managing or coping with symptoms
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