The brain tamer you need to reduce anxiety.

Photo by Fabian Møller

Dealing with stress and frequent anxiety can deplete your well-being.

Make you feel tired.

Worn out.

Anxiety usually starts with a worry.

The worry builds.

It creates a stress cycle.

If you keep repeating the cycle, you get anxiety.

Sometimes you get a warning.

Other times it feels like anxiety shows up out of nowhere.

Your brain is unbalanced.

There is a neurotransmitter that can help.


A proven anxiety tamer.

Low GABA levels are found on people with depression and anxiety.

To increase your levels is simple.

Do belly breathing.

It’s easy.

Set a timer for five minutes.

Lay on your back.

One hand on chest, other in your belly.

Gently inhale.

Belly rises.

Slow exhale.

Belly empties.

That is it!

One quote

“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax.”

-Mark Black

One question

What have you done today to reduce your stress and anxiety?

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