Feeling nervous, tired and a bit too many exam vibes going on?
Tap along with this video to lower your anxiety and increase you confidence in your upcoming GCSE's, A'levels or IB.
EFT has been shown anecdotally and in clinical trials to significantly lower cortisol levels. Just what you need to prepare for your upcoming exams.
Got a lot of exams coming up?
Whether it's GCSE's, A'levels or IB in this case, the stress of having lots of exams can be overwhelming. I created this video for a student who had 4 exams the following day and was particularly worried abut Chinese and Literature GCSE's.
She not only did brilliantly, Chinese was her highest grade which was totally unexpected.
You can tap along and just insert which exam you are doing instead of Chinese.
It's a massive form of stress relief which is just what you need when it comes to exams. A certain amount of stress will increase your concentration, improve reaction time and decision making speed and help you write continuously for the duration of the exam.
When you feel too much stress though it has a detrimental effect on your exam performance. Your fight or flight response kicks in and blood flow is redirected from your brain, digestive system and hormonal system as it is literally preparing you for...
So you've got an exam coming up and you're starting to feel a bit anxious! (Tapping starts at 2mins 20 secs)
Perhaps your heart is beating faster, your neck and shoulders are tense, your tummy has butterflies in it.. all typical fight or flight responses to stress. got you covered. Watch the video and tap along so your stress is reduced and your brain can work optimally!
When we're feeling stressed like this, our fight or flight response kicks in and it really isn't conducive to concentrating and optimal cognitive function as all our blood is being pumped extra hard to our arms and legs to get ready to run! In doing this, it's taken away from our frontal cortex in our brain which is the last thing we want at this critical hour.
A certain amount of excitement is great. We want some heightened awareness, to be able to focus and not get distracted, write faster, efficient decision making.. all the things to get us through the exam and make the most...
Want to cut down on or stop eating chocolate?
When I was making changes to my diet to improve my health I knew I needed to cut out dairy. Despite knowing the relationship between MS progression and dairy, avoiding chocolate was one of the hardest things for me to stop eating. OMG that delicious smooth chocolatey taste was way too hard to resist!
Nowadays there are all sorts of alternatives and a lot more dark chocolate options available but back in the day there wasn’t the choice there is now. Or maybe I just didn’t know about them
Anyway, if you would like to learn a surprisingly simple way to cut down on the amount of chocolate you’re eating, play the video below and take the first steps. Ideally you'll need a pen and paper and the chocolate you like to stop craving.
No willpower needed!
Do let me know how you get on or if you have any questions!
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