Not fueling fear: How to stay calm in a world on the brink

You don’t have to be in a war zone to feel unsafe. Many of us going about our normal lives run in survival mode, our nervous systems constantly evaluating the safety of everything from crossing the street to staying in a relationship. Or, more recently, hugging people or leaving the house. Survival mode can manifest itself in poor sleep, burnout, stress, and discomfort.

We sleep when we feel safe,” says Dr. Nerina Ramlakhan, sleep expert with a PhD in neurophysiology. your new book, find inner security, examines the link between feelings of security and our overall well-being. It draws on the work of psychiatrist and neuroscientist Stephen Porges, author of The Polyvagal Theory (which examines the connection between the vagus nerve and emotion regulation), psychiatrist Bessel Van Der Kolk, author of The body keeps the score (study of trauma related to the vagus system) and several others. Not fueling fear: How to stay calm in a world on the brink

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