We offer specific tools and practices to focus a Distressed Brain. Read about your subtype below, then choose the tools and practices you'd like to use on your pathway to focus.
If you fall into the Distressed Brain subtype, you are likely experiencing agitation along with a lack of focus. This means that at times you may have too much norepinephrine and dopamine in certain brain areas. Too much dopamine can result in a very overactive mind, and too much noerepinephrine can lead to arousal, overfocus, or hypervigilance. This agitated state can also mean you have a deficit of calming neurotransmitters like GABA and serotonin, though in some cases, too much serotonin can also contribute to aggression and impulsive behaviors. Finding just the right balance of supports for each person is important.
If you have aDistressed Brain, you may struggle with anger management, aggression, and irritability in addition to more common focus-related symptoms such as inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. Once irritated, you may find it hard to settle down. You may also experience an exaggerated emotional response to relatively minor triggers.
There are many strategies that can help you balance your subtype and focus the Distressed Brain. See below key tools to help you reclaim your focus.
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You'll learn natural and mindfulness approaches to balance your subtype and reclaim your focus. This self-guided program allows you to move at your own pace, but is also complemented by a community group space. This space offers fresh monthly content and conversations to enrich your journey. Sign up for the waitlist to learn more and receive special early and discounted access when the program launches in Summer 2020.