WHAT HAPPENS IN YOUR BODY WHEN YOU EXPERIENCE ANXIETY?
When you’re anxious, only the functions that are needed for in-the-moment survival are activated, the others shut down. Memory shuts down, higher order thinking, planning, organizing,...
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Auriculotherapy, which consists in stimulating specific points in the ear, contribute to reducing anxiety, stress and depression.
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Anxiety influences the decision process by activating areas in the brain that produce pessimistic biases.