Help for Anxiety or Depression

Understanding the symptoms


Anxiety and depression are the conditions that arise as result of a what is happening in the nervous system, which is often a result of trauma.  Trauma can be described as any experience in which the nervous system perceives an overwhelming threat. These may include developmental trauma or shock trauma.

Our nervous system reacts to triggers and stressful situations by releasing hormones into the body that are meant for our “fight or flight” response. However, in cases of anxiety or depression, these hormones and chemicals are repeatedly released into the nervous system so that our “fight or flight” response is constantly being triggered and it eventually becomes the “normal” of our body. The results are very detrimental to our health and wellbeing, both physical and emotional.  It can sometimes be so extreme that we shut down completely.

Human being deal with the effects of trauma to the body and mind in different ways and not everyone processes in the same way.   Symptoms may include:

  • Disassociation
  • Hyper-vigilance
  • Impulsive actions
  • Difficulty in controlling anger
  • Substance abuse, addiction or self- medicating
  •  Inability to trust others and the world around us
  • Being easily confused or difficulty in concentrating
  • Sexual impairment or dysfunction, 
  • Chronic health conditions and pain

These can also be linked to PTSD, ADHD and other medically defined conditions and behaviors.

If you are experiencing anxiety or depression in any degree or form, do not be discouraged. There is hope and you can overcome the associated symptoms and conditions in a wholistic way.

Authentic Tantra ® practices work with the central nervous system to heal the body and mind – with ease and grace. Tantra is an ancient science and it’s practices and effects are now being supported through modern research.

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 If you are interested in discovering how we can work together to help you live a more full and joyful life then why not schedule a consultation to find out more.  A consultation is free, takes approximately 20-30 minutes, and can be done over the phone, in person (Manitoba) or by video.