Alexis Collins

Polyvagal Theory to Practice

How to understand and apply the polyvagal theory in your daily life to reduce stress and experience less anxiety.

Stress pervades our lives and finds its way into everything we do. Most of us have a hard time handling that stress, and it throws the rest of our emotions out of whack.

In fact, 74% of people surveyed say they experience extreme stress that is difficult to cope with.
If this describes you, you're probably searching for help. You're tired of feeling out of control, anxious, and on edge.
Polyvagal theory can help.

Polyvagal theory looks at how we read our environment and respond to it based on a “threat assessment” that tells us whether we need to be stressed or not.

The theory isn't just for stress, either. Depression and trauma are also tied into it, as are your relationships. It's all about learning to read what's going on around you and react accordingly.
In Polyvagal Theory to Practice, you'll discover:

How the theory can help you regulate stress.How trauma and PTSD developWhat stress does to affect your relationshipsBasics of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systemsPolyvagal techniques to reduce stress and anxiety

And much, much more!
You don't have to be an expert in human anatomy or psychology to understand how the autonomic nervous system functions and how the polyvagal theory ties into it.
By understanding the inner workings of your mind and body, you can achieve better control in your life and bring your emotional responses back under your control.
All of this is possible with the polyvagal theory.

If you're ready to become more socially engaged by overcoming stress and banishing anxiety, buy it now!
113 printed pages
Original publication
Liberty Books



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