Fluidity in your nervous system feels incredible

Fluidity in your nervous system feels incredible

Your nervous system is your compass for life and an incredible tool for self-awareness

Why is your nervous system chronically dysregulated?

Your nervous system is trying to recreate balance, but the accumulation of stress makes it challenging for your body to get back into homeostasis, leaving you chronically dysregulated.

Many of us are still dealing with the aftermath of the pandemic and the long-term mental, physical, and financial effects.

Others are reaching a point in life where the accumulation of unresolved stress and trauma is wreaking havoc, or hormonal changes are making it hard to find balance.

Signs of chronic stress and cortisol overproduction

– Persistent fatigue and tiredness
– Insomnia or disrupted sleep patterns
– Digestive issues such as stomach pain and bloating
– Weakened immune system and frequent illnesses
– Recurrent headaches or migraines
– Muscle tension, aches, or pains
– Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
– Increased heart rate or palpitations

On an emotional level

– Feelings of anxiety, worry, or doom
– Frequent mood swings or irritability
– Overwhelm or a sense of being constantly on edge
– Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or depression
– Difficulty relaxing or experiencing moments of joy
– Increased sensitivity to criticism or perceived threats
– Decreased motivation or interest in fun activities
– Challenges in overcoming addictive tendencies
– Social withdrawal or isolation

Why is it so hard to feel good?

When faced with stress, the body releases cortisol to help cope with the situation. Prolonged exposure to stress results in consistently elevated cortisol levels. Chronically elevated cortisol reduces the body´s capacity to repair and your ability to relax.

Also, hormonal fluctuations decrease the body’s adaptability to stress. Estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate during perimenopause, leading to increased stress responses and affecting serotonin and dopamine.

In men, a decline in testosterone levels contributes to increased sensitivity to stress.

We ask too much of our bodies, and it reaches a point of enough!

So, the good news – change is possible

A lot of the damage can be reversed, and we can create a much better situation. Being able to experience flexibility in your nervous system feels amazing. It´s like a switch you can turn on and off according to what is required in the moment.

In the upcoming group coaching program, starting March 5th, you will discover a holistic approach both bottom-up and top-down to address the complexities of our nervous system and how to work with it.

The bottom-up approach focuses on somatic healing and nervous system regulation, helping you reconnect with your body’s intelligence and restore fluidity in the nervous system.

The top-down approach involves cognitive reframing, mindset shifts, and addressing thought patterns, beliefs, and attitudes that help you cultivate an inner environment that supports the body to heal from stagnation.