Anxiety and Stress
Do you frequently experience restlessness, apprehension, concern, difficulties in
concentration or sleep problems?
You may be suffering from stress or an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem and can affect various dimensions of our lives, such as work, family, social or even leisure activities. This can prevent us from doing the things we used to love to do, or even compromise our productivity. If left untreated, anxiety will tend to worsen.
Anxiety can be triggered by a major negative event or a prolonged experience of stress. When our brain experiences a major challenge or demand, a physiological response is triggered that involves the release of cortisol, adrenaline and norepinephrine. Overproduction of these and other neurochemicals can, in the long run, affect our immune capacity and pave the way for the emergence of some diseases.
For this reason, stress is clinically associated with health problems, such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, skin diseases, asthma and depression, among others.
But there is good news: The treatment of stress and anxiety , when guided by qualified health professionals, has a high success rate!
High Performance Brain offers a specialized intervention to help you manage stress and anxiety, as well as to reverse the impacts of this situation on your health and quality of life. Our unique approach uses psychotherapeutic methods that, depending on the situation and the person, can be combined with electrostimulation, neurostimulation, neurofeedback and other techniques in the field of neuroscience.