Your anxiety may not me all in your head, it could have physical origin.
Here's what you'll learn in Let's Get Physical: Anxiety is Not All in Your Head:
- How to rebuild your body after it has been weakened by years of unconscious decisions that tore down your health.
- What tests to ask your doctor to run that identify the root causes for how you're feeling.
- Read the signs your body is giving you at this moment that are telling you exactly what's wrong.
- What food and drink you are putting in your mouth that compound and exaggerates how anxious you feel.
- Identifying if you are part of the 95% of the U.S. population who is compromised in they key anxiety regulating endocrine gland.
- Identify America's #1 addiction that you may not know you have.
- That skipping "you" time is NOT an option.
- Everyday nutrients labeled as "bad for you" that are crucial for optimal health and a relaxed state of mind.
- Easy to read charts where you find my personal recovery program outlined with the stuff that worked, leaving out the rest.
- 2 things you must avoid if you have anxiety or panic attacks.
- The good fat your brain and metabolism need besides omega 3's.
- The 6 major brain chemicals responsible for your sanity.
- Steps to take to rapidly rebuild your body and get relief.
This is some of what you'll find in my personal recovery program Let's Get Physical: Anxiety is NOT All in Your Head .
How do you know if Let's Get Physical: Anxiety is NOT All in Your Head is right for you? Besides anxiety, you are ...
- uncomfortable in crowds or leaving your home
- feeling completely non-sexual
- cold and chilled all the time
- experiencing headaches, foggy thinking, and lack of concentration
- unable to shake the blues; your glass is always half empty
- having extreme mood swings
- itchy in your ears and "private" areas
- thoughts racing
- either overweight or underweight
- looking puffy and bloated
- light headed when you get up quickly
- unable to handle stress
- drinking more and more coffee to stay awake
- trembling under pressure
- having panic attacks without rational triggers
- slumping in the afternoon
- dragging yourself out of bed in the morning and cant sleep at night
- craving foods with high salt or sugar
- fatigues by even a small amount of physical activity