Manage Anxiety, Fear & Stress Using Proven Techniques



I have put togetherManage Anxiety, Fear & Stress Using Proven Techniquesas Istrongly believe that many people around the world are suffering needlessly, and governments and healthcare professionals are oftenletting them down. In fact statistics from the World Health Organisationshow that up to 30% of people you know will experience clinical anxiety at some point in their lives despite many people living more comfortable lives than ever before…If you believe thatyou or somebody important to youin your life may be affected by anxiety, fear or stressthis course is for you! It explains what anxiety is from a medical perspective, takes you through the different types of anxiety and even includes a self-assessment with instructions on next steps, along with information you can take to your friendly local doctor. This is very important, as sometimes anxiety can be incorrectly diagnosed based on certain symptoms. Not many Udemy courses recognise this important fact.Everything discussed in this course is rooted in science, but Ihave tried to simplify the jargon so its a wee biteasier to listen to. As a fully qualifiedyoga teacher with over 20 years meditation experienceI believe that much can be achieved by working with the mind, but Iknow that this activity must be supported by a heathy and strong body. It is for this reason that on the course you will learn to manage anxiety from both a physical and mental perspective. This course is suitable for all studentsand offers afantastic introduction to beating anxiety withmeditation and exercise, but bear in mind that this isonly just the start of your journey. If anybody suggests, that theircourse or school tells you everything you need to know, you may want to… well meditate on it.In the yoga world, we like to think that everybody is potentially your teacher, especially your students.The time investment neededto see benefit from this course varies, but manypeoplenoticepositive changesafter practising the meditationforonly90 minutes per weekfor 3-4weeks. This time is normally broken out into short daily, or twice daily sessions. It of course also needs to be maintained long term! Regarding the exercise, this can be integrated into your daily routine, and the amount you do to begin with will depend on your current physical condition. Ultimately you should be aiming to complete 150 minutes of moderateaerobic activity such as cycling or fast walking every week.Thank you for dropping by, Ihope to welcome you to the course soon,Here’s to a brightlife with a lot less anxiety, fear & stress!Laura Watson