This is new. How many of us actually remember a time when we were this insecure, anxious, or scared for ourselves and our loved ones? 9/11 perhaps? Those of us who have been through the loss of a loved one, especially a parent, recognize this anxious feeling. A feeling of dread. We sit and wait. Wait. Wait.
Almost nothing can be more anxiety-provoking than feeling like you’re in a ‘real life’ disaster movie. I feel like that now. Just waiting for some invisible shoe to drop. But what can we do about this disruption to keep ourselves feeling as positive as possible in these very strange times? I’ve been training my brain with neurofeedback for coronavirus anxiety, exercising, and following as much of a daily routine as possible.
However, I do find myself speaking with my family more often and finding more creative outlets to fill my extra time. Those of you with kids have your hands full, but I hope it’s bonding you closer. Perhaps brain training could help fill some of their free time too. However you’re handling this strange period in history, and it will be history, I hope it brings you closer to your loved ones. I’m encouraging everyone to do something that makes you feel good emotionally… offer to get groceries for an elderly neighbor or reconnect with an old friend. Be well and call us for an in-home rental if the anxiety becomes too much.
Our clients see improvements in attention, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. 99% of them sleep better. Many simply train their brain for better performance at work or in school or athletics. What would you like to improve?
Now you can train yourself at home with professional software in only 30-60 minutes a day. Connect with us for a free consultation and get started living your best life!
Learn more at What is Neurofeedback? It includes a short video.