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Don’t Keep Calm…

by Heather Callaghan, Activist Post:

It looks like the American Psychological Association (APA) is now interested in the power of language and its physiological effects on the body. Interestingly, some new research offered a solution right in its results that did not involve drugs. A technique like this could prove helpful to people who want to prevent panic attacks, dreadful doldrums and dead-end medication.

Although counter-intuitive, getting excited helps with performance anxiety more than trying to calm down, and using certain statements can manufacture the remedy, creating major biochemical changes. There is a reason why not forcing oneself to calm down might work to improve our outlook.

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