Amen and Amen (2016) discuss how stress warns that a large amount of stress hormone is discharging throughout the human body. The body responds to stress by sending a message to the hypothalamus, a small part at the base of the brain, communicating a warning signal to the body. The need to calm down the discomfort prompts stress eating.
How Prolonged Stress Affects the Body and Stress Eating
Harrison (2017) describes high-energy events as situations that drive the mind to a high-energy state. Racing tangential thoughts surpass executive functioning, shifting without thinking to impulsive reacting.
How Surging Hormones Effect The Body
The aftermath of the surging hormones of experiencing a high-energy event seems to resolve slowly. The reason the energy reduction is gradual goes back to primitive humans. After a threatening event, the danger might have continued to lurk. The need for a quick rise in energy surges through the body…
The National Institute of Mental Health (2010-2018) declares that chronic stress can contribute to many stress-related illnesses. Triggering symptoms of headaches, high blood pressure, chest pain, heart palpitations, and loss of sleep (National Institute of Mental Health 2010-2018)
Psychodynamic psychotherapy has been on a developmental path beginning with Freud’s drive theory. The establishment of the Object Relations School, Self-Psychology, Intersubjectivity, and most recently, mindfulness and neuroplasticity have respected the psychotherapist and client are two separate people in the consulting room interacting both out of their separate psychology.
Mindfulness and Meditation
Recent studies indicated that particular types of meditation could modify the brain’s different social and emotional aspects. For example, MRIs revealed weaker parts of the brain grew thicker. When people had a daily meditation practice.
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