Radiation Leaks, Economic Fears, and Middle East Unrest Fuel Fears and Anxiety
- Global fallout from radiation leaks in Japan. Will it reach my area? And if it does, what do I do?
- Global economic woes. Will it get worse? How can I protect my family and make sure we have basic needs met? Will I still be able to put food on the table and keep the house?
- War and instability in key areas. Will gas prices rise? How high? How will it affect my family and budget?
- A smorgasbord of local and regional woes are served up as the US economy forces local and state governments to slash services.
- Stop listening to the news on TV or the radio (or your computer.) The constant stimulation feeds your emotions – often deliberately. Turn them off and get some peace and quiet.
- Take a few minutes every day to simply be still. Allow your body to rest and your mind to settle. Even five minutes every day is better than nothing. Ideally get outside and experience the fresh air and the natural world.
- Use aromatherapy to calm yourself. Boyd recommends a product called Blue Eagle Invocation, which dispels negativity and uplifts the spirits. “It works immediately,” says Boyd, and contains only botanical ingredients. “Mothers used a lot of this after 9/11, to help their kids go to sleep peacefully without having terrible nightmares,” says Boyd. “We are seeing people reach for it now as big, new stressors come along.”
- When you feel yourself starting to become scared or angry stop. Take a few deep breaths before reacting. Get control of yourself first, and then choose how you want to respond.
- Take flower essences. You can purchase Rescue Remedy(R) in most health stores, or try Emergency Trauma Solution for times when you hear sudden bad news.
- Take a relaxing bath using sea salts and botanical ingredients. The sea salt draws toxins out of your skin while helping you to relax deeply. Boyd like Invocation Bath Salts for helping you to release tension and stress quickly. The Invocation(tm) combined with fleur-de-sel sea salt offers “an experience much like being immersed in amniotic fluid — very healing and nurturing — without having to leave unless you want to,” quips Boyd.
Medical doctors and psychologists say that prolonged stress can negatively affect such things as blood pressure, digestion, and sleep – while prolonged fear and anxiety can lead to kidney trouble, depression, and sleep disturbance. Both can lead to permanent negative changes in your body. None of these things are good for your health.
“The good news is that there are ways to cope with the intensity of emotions – whether you are the one having them or just observing them in those around you,” says energy worker Nancy Boyd. Here are a few safe and natural ways to reduce the stress:
Another thing you can do to help with the anger or fear about world events or local and state budget woes is to realize that no one event is permanent; life goes on. “There are always opportunities to make things better from day to day – and that is energy better spent than on worry,” says Boyd.
Psychologists also suggest that people get involved as volunteers for groups that need help; this is a positive action that helps you remember that there are some ways you really can help. “You are not as powerless as you may sometimes feel,” says Boyd. “Put some of that energy to work for a cause you care about.”
Regardless of how local, regional, or world events turn out – don’t scare yourself silly. Calm down and make the experience easier on your body by taking extra good care of yourself. Try one or more of the suggestions listed here, and you will come out feeling much better about yourself and the world in which you live.
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Contact InformationNancy Boyd
Title: President and CEO
Bright Wings, Inc.
1858 Pleasantville Road #166
Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
Alt. Phone: 914-841-2957
Additional ContactNancy Boyd
Title: CEO and Chief Visionary
Bright Wings Inc.
1858 Pleasantville Road #166
Briarcliff Manor 10510