Anxiety Relief. Will This Work?

Discussion in 'Therapy' started by janemariesayed, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    This is absolutely beautiful. I love it. I don't know if the effects will last for long, or if I have to do it every day, but it is really calming. Has anyone else tried something like this?

     
  2. LesY

    LesY New Member

    Thanks for sharing!. I use this kind of music every now or then, I guess it depends on what caused me to be anxious. While I find this type of music very relaxing too, sometimes I just need loud music to set my mind off. Either way I feel music has always helped me to overcome my problems, I just feel connected to it. It makes me realize things can get better and that there is a lot of people facing what Im going through.
     
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  3. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    Lately, or at least the last couple of years, I seem to be having a problem with noise. I don't like it. I want everything quiet. Maybe my mind is being noisy enough for me. I can't bear noise, especially in the mornings. If I've got the TV on the wrong channel first thing and music blares out, I hit the mute button straightaway.

    Up to a couple of years ago, though, I was blasting music out as loud as it would go. I'm sure they could hear my music the other side of the desert but I didn't care. Sometimes I find listening to these theta waves and binaural beats too much. I do listen to them, though, and I am always glad that I did because of the positive effect that they have on me.
     
  4. LesY

    LesY New Member

    You may be right about that. The good thing is you found something that helps you and it is easily reachable in YouTube or similar sites. Actually, maybe you can try Spotify (Sometimes they have promotions for their Premium version).

    I've used it a lot lately and it has a good amount of relaxing music, I use it for when I'm on my way to work, etc.
     
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  5. Natasha0717

    Natasha0717 Active Member

    YES, I use this: Chakra Meditation Series 7th Chakra/Sahasrara using B Note Singing Bowls in HD


    I swear it works just as well as Xanax! It puts me in a trance, I love it.
     
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  6. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    These remedies should be better than chemicals @Natasha0717 because they work at cleansing our aura, and get our chakra's spinning in the right direction and faster. I really think that doctors should think about these remedies before fobbing people off with chemical drugs that we can become addicted to. I hope this thread creates more anxiety relief videos, more so, though, I hope we try them out and heal. I'm going to try out your one today. I will let you know how it made me feel. :)
     
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  7. Natasha0717

    Natasha0717 Active Member

    Okay, and I will try yours. :) And you're right, the use of chemicals (meds) shouldn't always be the first thing we turn to. Because there's always the scary question of: WHAT if they don't work one day? Then what? And it can easily happen, once your mind/body becomes dependent on medications. The answer isn't to just take more and more, the answer is to find other ways to deal with anxiety. Meds, to me, always remind me of band-aids. The injury is still underneath, only temporarily covered up.
     
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  8. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    That is right @Natasha0717 it's not really the same thing, but it's like when I get the flu or a cold. We take meds that suppress it. But for me, once I stop taking the remedies, the flu, or cold seems to come back with a vengence. I've done much better when I haven't taken anything other than vit C and onion soup. I recover much quicker. When I go for the natural remedies, my weakness only lasts for a few days, whereas with suppressants it lasts for weeks. I think it is the same with any kind of illness, as well as mental illnesses. (or soulful illnesses!)

    There may come a day, especially with the world becoming more spiritual, that doctors try this way first.
     
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  9. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    This one looks like a good one. I am wondering @Concernedgal as you are on a search for an answer to your predicament if you have had your serotonin level checked? Our brain sometimes doesn't make the right amount of serotonin and that can lead to depression and anxiety. It may be something as simple as that. This subliminal has binaural beats that boost the serotonin levels in our brain and so lifts our mood. Consuming fluoride also calcifies the pineal gland which in turn diminishes the serotonin levels and leads to depression and anxiety.

     
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  10. Owen Bouldin

    Owen Bouldin New Member

    Nice video It liked it.
     
  11. Robert Rodriguez

    Robert Rodriguez New Member

    I have heard of this technique many time but have never tried yet.
     

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