Depending on the severity of the perceived danger, the threshold may be triggered, setting off alarm bells in your conscious mind. The alarm sets off a reaction in the autonomic nervous system from which actions are not consciously directed, but are regulated by the unconscious mind, or the century control, and you are triggered into the fight, flight or freeze situation.Read More
Overcoming male sexual performance anxiety.
Sex is supposed to be enjoyable but it isn’t easy to have fun if you are constantly worrying about how well you are performing – or if you will be able to perform at all!
Performance anxiety and erectile dysfunction (ED) are closely related and revolve around the concern that you may not be able to satisfy your partner sexually….Read More
What is the fight or flight response?
The fight or flight response is best described as a physical response to an external events which the body considers threatening or dangerous. Essentially, the response prepares the body to either stay and deal with .....Read More
Stress itself does not cause OCD, although a very upsetting stressful event, may trigger every-day anxiety in a person’s life, which can worsen the symptoms of OCD.Read More