Fears, anxieties, stress, melancholy and depression are very common problems, which bring the human psyche to real distress.
Every person has fears. Fear, in fact, is an important, natural, and vital emotion, as it protects us and warns us of danger.
The natural mechanism in the body is activated when a person feels some danger, then the brain sends a message to the body in the form of the hormone adrenaline to prepare for strenuous activity by activating the various systems in the body: increased blood flow to muscles, increased heart rate and respiration.
But while the healthy person copes with the fear successfully, in others, for no apparent reason, in many cases the fear and anxiety become present and bothersome in a significant portion of the day and do not give rest.
An anxiety attack can come for no apparent reason, as in many cases the fear is at the level of the unconscious.
Anxiety can also manifest itself in physical symptoms and even lead the person dealing with it to behavioral changes:
Usually a person suffering from anxiety will react in the form of avoiding the difficult situation for him or in the form of repression (a person anxious about gathering for example, will avoid attending social events or the mall).
These actions in fact not only do not resolve the situation (though spotty can help prevent the attack) but may increase and expand the anxieties and include various avoidances that increase as the problem intensifies.
A person who is in anxiety does not experience growth, joy or love. It does exist, but it is not alive.
Repeated anxieties can lead not only to behavioral change but also to physiological patients since the person is under constant, bothersome and endless pressure.
There are many different methods that offer help to those suffering from anxiety, for example tips for coping from the world of Kabbalah, spiritual therapists or therapists in complementary medicine, and of course psychiatrists and medical and scientific professionals.
Solutions such as deep breathing, repeated mantras, acupuncture or medication actually only treat the symptoms of anxiety but not the problem itself, so even if there is relief in symptoms, there is a high chance that the phenomenon will recur.
Oren Zarif, the developer of the psychokenzis method for treating a variety of problems and ailments of body and mind, with over 20 years of experience and countless success stories in various fields, knows and succeeds in bringing results where hope has already been dashed.
The treatment of anxiety using the subconscious method in Zarif leads to the opening of the blockages which block the fears of being released and already after 2 treatments the anxiety simply disappears!
It is not surprising that the subconscious therapy is the best and most effective treatment for solving the problems of fears and anxieties found in the human subconscious.
Anxiety is the next sophisticated mechanism to tell us about a great fear that is in the soul and must be released. Indeed, most of the patients who come to Zarif have already tried all possible treatment methods, visited all types of therapists and the best doctors, and after almost despairing found Oren Zarif the salvation and solution to their condition.
Freud defined anxiety as an unpleasant feeling which is accompanied by a physical feeling in the body that aims to warn the person of a possible danger and perform actions that will release the anxiety.
Heart palpitations, accelerated heartbeat, nausea, sweaty palms, chest tightness and inability to concentrate and think clearly - these are just some of the symptoms of an anxiety attack.
The actions in the body, which take place quickly and intensely, are irrelevant to the intensity of the danger or threat (for example, a momentary panic from a child who has been hiding). The body cannot remain in a state of arousal for a long time so after a certain time relaxation will begin and the body systems will return to their normal function naturally.
An sufferer of anxiety begins to respond to the same normal physiological symptoms that appear from the secretion of adrenaline and begins to ask himself why he feels this way.
He may actually begin to fear that the feelings he is feeling herald a problem or danger such as a heart attack, suffocation, etc. He feels a loss of control and the result is another fear and arousal of the system and thus a cycle of anxiety and fear is created that feeds and excites itself.
Anxiety is basically a group of disorders at different levels and in different manifestations:
Thought anxiety is a constant preoccupation with bothersome thoughts that take over and cause a lot of stress during most of the day.
Thought anxiety can appear in various areas of life such as studies (fear of not being able to meet tasks and workload or lack of understanding of the material being studied, etc.), relationships or social connections.
Panic / anxiety attack
Anxiety attack is characterized by severe physical symptoms such as dry mouth, respiratory and pulse disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, involuntary tremors in the body, excessive sweating, chest tightness and irrational fear of the worst.
Such an attack usually lasts about half an hour and the anxiety can appear without a clear external factor.
Specific phobia / anxiety
Characterized by an extreme attack of fear and anxiety that focuses on a particular object, situation, or animal.
The response to anxiety is disproportionate and does not correspond to reality.
For example, fear of heights (acrophobia), anxiety about enclosed spaces (claustrophobia), fear of flying, fear of injections or bleeding, fear of giving birth, fear of animals, anxiety about spiders (arachnophobia) or insects, anxiety about crowded public places and open spaces (agrophobia) Audience fear, fear of diseases (hypochondria), fear of tests, driver anxiety, fear of disconnecting from the mobile phone (nomophobia) and more.
Social anxiety is a special type of phobia in which exposure to other people evokes fear and anxiety. It can be at different levels. Some are afraid to stand in front of an audience, put into a cohesive crowd of people or speak in public. In more extreme cases the person finds it difficult to be in any social situation that is unfamiliar to him or too broad for him. Such anxiety may start as early as childhood and manifest itself, for example, in the child not finding himself or herself socially or choosing not to attend social events or leave the class during breaks.