Healing Anxiety with the BodySense Method™
Has this happened to you?
Almost without warning your heart races, your stomach churns, you want to stay calm, but you just can’t. Excessive anxiety can gradually bring down your entire health.
Liberate yourself from the grip of this agonizing bind with help from Dr. Chuck Crook’s non-medical, rapid recovery, BodySense Method™ to reset the mind-body connection, oxygenate your brain, and reduce stress hormone production so that your anxiety can be dealt with effectively.
How the BodySense Method™ can help
- Reduces anxiety and healthier response to stress[i]
- Increases blood flow to the brain (oxygenation) [ii]
- Reduces Stress Hormone (Plasma Cortisol) [iii]
- Increases stability of the Autonomic Nervous System [iv]
- Reduces Blood Pressure [v]
- Improves cardiovascular functioning [vi]
- Decreases insomnia [vii]
- Decreases depression [viii]
- Reduces chronic pain and Pain-med usage [ix]
- Increases self-esteem [x]
How the BodySense Method™ works
Your eyes will be closed, and Dr. Crook will guide you past the chatter of your mind to an innate understanding of the body so that the source of your anxiety can be dealt with on the deepest neurobiological level.
The connection to BodySense optimizes the body’s natural healing ability creating homeostasis within your self and imprinting patterns of wellness in the brain to permanently reduce anxiety. Chronic anxiety cannot exist in an energetically balanced mind and body.
Dr. Crook, a psychologist, has spent over 25 years developing The BodySense Method™ and hundreds of individuals have overcome chronic anxiety using this process.
[i] American Journal of Hypertension 22(12): 1326-1331, 2009
[ii] Physiology & Behavior, 59(3) (1996): 399-402.
[iii] Hormones and Behavior 10(1)(1978): 54–60.
[iv] Psychosomatic Medicine 35 (1973): 341–349.
[v] American Journal of Hypertension 22(12): 1326-1331, 2009.
[vi] Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 5: 750-758, 2012
[vii] Journal of Counseling and Development64: 212-215, 1985
[viii] Journal of Counseling and Development 64 (1986): 212–215.
[ix] Fawzy, 1993.
[x] Fawzy, 1993.