“Am I going mad?” “You’re totally bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret. All the best people are.” Okay, a toughie. This article mainly written for people with an anxiety disorder. It’s for people whose thoughts scare them, but who know these thoughts are unreasonable or originating from pointless ruminations.
A burn-out saps your energy. Did this energy loss make you feel more sensitive and/or anxious? Katrin: “I didn’t recognize myself anymore. I was frightened not being able to function normal again. My head ‘didn’t work’ anymore, I was exhausted...” The impact of fatigue should not be underestimated. Still, many fail
Hypersensitivity and anxiety Not only does being hypersensitive make us more prone to anxiety. It also works the other way around. Hypersensitivity to auditory stimuli can originate from an irrational fear. When we struggle with anxiety we tend to develop an overall sensitivity to sensory stimuli (smell, sight, …). Fluctuations
On Thursday, I visited Peggy Boets’ new therapy office. We talked about listening therapy, aka the Tomatis method, and how it can benefit persons with mental and physical health conditions. Have you ever heard of the Tomatis auditory stimulation or Audio-psycho-phonology? Maybe you’ve heard of the more commonly used term, listening