Fight or flight

Learn about the fight or flight response and how your body reacts to stress. Discover effective strategies to manage and cope with stressful situations for a healthier and happier life.
This blog post explains our brain's fight, flight or freeze responses when we sense danger. By understanding it as adults and explaining it to our children, we can teach them not only why they react as they do, but we can also give them coping skills to help them calm those impulses and manage their emotions in a healthy way. Learning, Coping Skills, Fight Or Flight Response, Video Lessons, Fight Or Flight, Emotions, Lesson, Child Protection

This blog post explains our brain's fight, flight or freeze responses when we sense danger. By understanding it as adults and explaining it to our children, we can teach them not only why they react as they do, but we can also give them coping skills to help them calm those impulses and manage their emotions in a healthy way.

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Samantha Higgo
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Sometimes a trauma, whether physical or emotional, can push your limbic system into a “stuck” state of fight or flight. This can lead to a host of issues, from chemical hypersensitivities or fibromyalgia to IBS or survival-related emotional states. To restore your limbic system balance, one approach comes in the form of a neural retraining program. This system targets negative triggers through conscious awareness, guided visualization, exposure therapy, the pursuit of positive emotions, and…

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Shona Bettany