Trying to control events outside our control produces stress, pushing our bodies into emergency response. Most such reactions are brief and our bodies return to maintenance mode, digesting, sleeping, etc. When this stress becomes ongoing or severe, we can get stuck in the emergency response—a vicious cycle where our minds try harder to control. Anxiety—a stress response without a specific cause— dominates our moods. We waste large amounts of energy until the body’s fight-or-flight system burns out. We experience lack of resources: helpless/hopeless depression. Brain-training breaks this cycle. We develop habits for dealing with life’s uncertainties.
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