When we think of healthful lifestyle choices we generally consider requirements for a healthy diet and regular vigorous exercise. We want to be sure we're eating a wide variety of foods from the p ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
*Anxiety affects our whole being. It affects how we feel, how we behave and has very real physical symptoms.
*It feels a bit like fear but whereas we know what we are frightened of, we often don’t know what we are anxious about.
*Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling – severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating.
What causes Anxiety?
*Anxiety is often triggered by stress in our lives. Some of us are more vulnerable to anxiety than others, but even those who become anxious easily can learn to manage it well. We can also make ourselves anxious with “negative self-talk” – a habit of always telling ourselves the worst will happen.
How will I recognize Anxiety?
*As well as feeling apprehensive and worried (possibly without knowing why), you may experience some of the following physical symptoms:
*It is easy to mistake symptoms of anxiety for physical illness and become worried that you might be suffering a heart attack or stroke. This of course increases anxiety.
When is Anxiety a problem?
*We all become anxious from time to time. It becomes a problem when it interferes with life in the absence of real threat, or goes on too long after the danger has past.
What if I just avoid the things that make me anxious?
*Avoiding situations that make you anxious might help you feel better in the short term. The trouble is the anxiety keeps returning, and has a habit of spreading to other situations. This can lead to you avoiding things like shops, crowded places, lectures or tutorials. So although avoidance makes you feel better -
What is B.E.S.T.?
*B.E.S.T. or Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique is a non-forceful, energy balancing hands on procedure used to help reestablish the full healing potential of the body. B.E.S.T. principles acknowledge the concept of Interference we create with our conscious mind. This Interference caused imbalance in the autonomic nervous system leading to exhaustion of our organ systems over time.
*Face down and/or Physical B.E.S.T. is based on scientific principles utilizing light pressure contacts on the surface of the body to address parasympathetic and sympathetic imbalances. When expressed in the intrinsic muscles of the spine as a Chiropractic Subluxation, pinched nerve, or muscle spasm, this pattern of imbalance can lead to symptoms of discomfort and loss of function throughout the entire body. This technique offers a non-forceful way to update patterns of stress and discomfort which have been surfacing in both acute pain and chronic conditions. This procedure is administered in the face down position, utilizing a leg balance check, palpating the spinal muscles, and subsequently holding pressure points along various points in the spine, sacrum, and skull. When muscles are balanced and the updated pattern restored, spinal muscle spasm, vertebral subluxation, and nerve pressure are removed. Patients often experience immediate relief from symptoms and completely enjoy the painless approach to health and wellness. The body can heal itself if just given the opportunity. Balancing the energy within us and removing the interference unleashes the healing power that is in everyone of us..
*Face up and/or Emotional B.E.S.T. utilizes advanced technology developed to update higher brain interference from expression in the physical body. When emotional thoughts such as worry, guilt, fear, judgment, to name just a few, become the overriding factor in our memory patterns, interference with the divine plan for our perfect health and wellness becomes the norm. This interference, formulated by conscious thought which in turn becomes a pattern, prevents the true expression of our physical bodies healing capability. Emotional B.E.S.T. is an advanced procedure to help identify this emotional pattern, remove the interference, and then allow the body to function based on current situations rather than past experiences.
*Dr. Popkin holds the Elite Diplomate certification which indicates that he has been exposed to the latest in B.E.S.T. Technique study and have completed and passed the practical and written examinations required by the Elite Diplomate program. For more information regarding B.E.S.T., you may contact Dr. Popkin at 954-370-1900 .
What can I do immediately?
*Learn to replace “negative self talk” . When you catch yourself thinking something negative like “I can’t do this, it’s just too hard,” try to change it to something more positive, like “This is hard but I can get through it.”
*Anxiety can be exhausting and debilitating. Don’t suffer alone for too long.
* Results mayvary from patient to patient