Updated: Jun 28
The techniques I share below I personally use often and can give you a testimonial that these techniques work!
I have two quick suggestions for you: Diaphragmatic breathing, research shows that deep breathing from the belly can help heal the mind & body physically. Sometimes we are wrapped up in our busy lives and forget how to breathe properly. Breathing from the chest triggers the sympathetic system, which is also known as the fight or flight response. Think of it as a surge of energy that you get if you think your life is in danger because a tiger is chasing you. This surge of energy is great in this case because hopefully you will outrun the tiger allowing you to stay alive, but is not so good to trigger the sympathetic system every day. Why? Due to constant over production of stress hormones like cortisol that can cause inflammation making you sick. Here is how to properly breathe: Sit comfortably & take a deep breath through the nose to fill your belly and exhale through the nose. Repeat this step twice, next add a one word affirmation of choice like one and repeat through the breath. This one word affirmation will help you focus and meditate on your breathing. Keep doing this for 5 full minutes repeating the single word of choice and breathing through and exhaling out the nose. Make sure your breaths are going straight into your belly and not into your upper chest area. You can do this breathing exercise twice per day and eventually you will learn to breathe properly.
My second tip is tapping also known as EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques).Tapping is based on ancient Chinese acupressure points or meridian points. Tapping uses mind–body connections to heal layers of trauma and pain that accumulate from early in life in our bodies. I learned to apply tapping to my life through The Tapping solution Organization with Nick Otner. I think is a great tool to release negative blocks of energy. I believe it works! Give both of my suggestions a try as I know they work and it must just surprise you. I am providing a link for you to learn how to tap.
This blog is for educational purpose and not intended to diagnose or treat disease. Always check with your MD.