Audio Program

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  1. James mccallum on

    I am interested in getting help for my insomnia and seeing what is causing me to have difficulty sleeeping in the first place. How much does it cost for a visit the clinic and what is the average time frame of your treatment plan.

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  2. Tanya Tennar on

    I suffer frm depression an chronic anxiety disorder an ex just recently told I have MDD an bipolar 1 which is depression only on that side as it sucks an it is destroying my marriage please help me please

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    • Terri Bowman on

      Hi Tanya, so sorry to hear of your story. Please give the clinic a call, when you have a free moment, and let’s have a chat about how we can help you.

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  3. Jillian Cummings on

    I struggle with anxiety and depression every day almost. Some days I am okay but still feel as if this is taking over my life. I do try to factor in as many things as exercise, meditation, essential oils etc. Depending on the situation once the anxiety sets in its hard to control. It is like a tunnel vision, nothing on the outside of the tunnel can stop it.

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    • Kirsty on

      HI Jillian, have you considered the brain wellness spa’s Treatment program the emotional empowerment program? I suffered on and off for most of my life chronic anxiety, the out of control spiral of thoughts etc. I can honestly say without a doubt I am on the other side of that beast and i wouldn’t be where i am without the brain spa treatments.

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  4. Robert Evans on

    I feel terribly stressed with anxiety! My feet feel like they are burning! My heart rate goes over a hundred beats per minute!

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  5. Rob on

    I have bouts of anger which has increased with age. I am 54.

    My anger is a cumulation if the worlds issues, disrespect, stupity and the evil people do.

    This has proliforated over my life where I tend to hold it in then something triggers snd I get angry again.

    Any advice please

    Thank you

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    • Terri Bowman on

      Hi Rob, Temperament is often genetic so you inherit your temperament from either your mothers side or your fathers. In most cases anger is exacerbated when the brain is In Survival patterns of behaviour, which is that fight/flight response, so someone with anger issues will trigger and become irrational in their thinking and this happens because the brain is intolerant, frustrated and negative.

      The secret to breaking free from anger is to accept people and your circumstances so you let go and not hold onto resentment and hate. If you find that difficult to do and you need extra help, in July if you visit our website there will be a downloadable program to help reduce your triggers so you don’t get angry as often. This program will help support you while you learn to accept people for who they are.

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  6. V on

    My mother (age 62) has the same problem- her levels of anxiety shoot up in the evening – she sweats , says her heart rate is high and feels as though blood gushing into her head.

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  7. Marissa Salatin on

    My anxiety is extremely high in the evenings especially weekdays when my kids and husband go to sleep and I’m alone with my thoughts that alone scares me don’t know why. The anxiety is so overwhelming I end up crying myself to sleep

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    • Kimi on

      Marissa I’m right there with you. My husband and I are empty nesters and he falls asleep early and easily. I find myself stressing whenever he starts to doze because that means ill be alone with my thoughts, many of which are sad because I’m a little obsessed with mortality since I turned 60. Mostly sad thoughts and feelings. I’ll have to look at this more closely. I’ve never thought of it that way until you worded it so well. Thank you.!

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  8. Penny Ann on

    I have just resolved my evening anxiety with CBD oil, the legal form of Hemp. It has resulted in a feeling of just being of normal mood, as per most of my day; I sleep soundly and any arthritic pain has gone.

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  9. Mel on

    Honestly I would stay away from cannabis all together. Depending on how severe your anxiety is cannabis is not for everyone and that includes CBD. In my case someone had given me CBD oil and it gave me such a body buzz and sedative effect that it triggered my anxiety for feeling out of control of my body. There are studies that people who already have an anxiety disorder should stay away from cannabis. Don’t get me wrong I used to love smoking weed but that was before I started having panic attacks. Now I can’t even touch it because it will trigger my anxiety.

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  10. Carl on

    Thank-you very much for publishing what should often seem quite simple and obvious but all too often easy to forget, reading this put a smile on my face.

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    • Terri Bowman on

      Barney, we’d love to help you. If you’re interested please give us a call to talk to our team and ask about our experience session. We have both phone and in spa treatment sessions.

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  11. Gail C on

    I would love more details about concrete actions for evening depression
    I am not able to calm my mind for mediation at thim time due to intrusive thoughts and anxiety so other distraction ideas would be more helpful

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  12. Gail C on

    I would love more details about concrete actions for evening depression
    I am not able to calm my mind for meditation at this time due to intrusive thoughts and anxiety so other ideas would be more helpful

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  13. Liz on

    Hi started a new job five months ago I just feel I am not performing to the standard they wanted me to . I am wanting reassurance and read the negative into everything

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    • Terri Bowman on

      Thanks Wendy – We do offer of our Emotional Empowerment program remotely via Phone and have a number of audios available for those also interested.

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