Introduction to Antidotes to Anxiety
Anxiety and worry contribute to heart disease, digestive problems, headaches, asthma, insomnia and substance abuse. The body produces a surge of hormones when you are in a stressful situation – the fight or flight response. This response is helpful when actual danger exists; but when it becomes the default state that we live in, we begin to burn out physically, emotionally and spiritually. Over time, we train ourselves to respond with anxiety to anything that is the least bit uncomfortable or unknown. Our loving Creator has designed a lifestyle for us that isn’t about running on fumes.