Think. Feel. Eat.
- Think. What you think affects your brain. Your thoughts and beliefs are powerful. They create your reality. Your thoughts even affect your physiology, so keep them focused on gratitude, what you do want, not what you don’t want. As a certified hypnotherapist, I help my clients shift out of limiting beliefs so they can get unstuck, out of downward cycles to experience well-being, focused thinking, and increased self confidence.
- Feel. What you feel affects your brain. Address your emotional state. Be aware. Emotions follow thought. What you believe affects what you feel. Connect with how you feel. Don’t stuff, ignore or minimize. Keeping yourself in a negative emotional state, is largely due to focusing on the external problem rather than feeling what you feel and taking responsibility for what you feel. We often stay stuck in our heads, our thoughts, rather than just feeling.
- Eat. What you eat affects your brain. As a brain coach, I am trained in a specialized area known as Neuronutrient Therapy, brain nutrition in other words. I work with my clients to address brain chemistry deficiency through nutrition. For example. the amino acid, 5-HTP is a nutrient that has been shown to boost serotonin (yes, there is science to support this claim). This is important. Low serotonin can lead to a multitude of struggles and is linked to depression, anxiety, rigid thinking, irritability, poor sleep, sugar cravings and more. When serotonin is boosted with 5-HTP, the brain or neurotransmitters often work better. Proper levels of serotonin are related to an overall sense of well being, emotional flexibility, positive thinking, improved sleep and sometimes even confidence improves.