What does it mean for you carrying anger with you? How has this affected your relationship with your family, friends and work collegues? Do you feel on edge and find your self snapping at people and then feeling guilty about this? Are you able to express your anger in a calm and controlled way or as soon as you want to talk, the words come out with aggression and you never seem to resolve your problems? Is anger stopping you from making the correct decisions because of past experiences and holding you back from what you want in life?
What you will learn you can implement immediately to long lasting changes.
1. Understanding what goes on in your body when you are stressed
2. How to change your emotional state very quickly
3. Determining your values that drives your emotions
4. Addressing the underlying side of your emotions
5. How to journal effectively
6. Your blindspot might be keeping you in this anger state
7. How to move your body to release emotions
8. What food impacts your mood and energy
9. Gratitude journal
10. Using your senses to be calm
Every 4th day you will receive a new module - this gives you the chance to follow the action steps for lasting change.
Anger is an emotion that does have its purpose, to give you signals that something is out of balance, not agreeing with you, or unjust, but when it stays in the body and is not released, it can cause health problems.
Each emotion has a specific frequency and vibration. The energy it takes for certain emotions becomes apparent when you think how much energy it takes when we're angry and we want to hit a wall or break something. Also consider when you are worried about something how this can affect your health. Changes in the body’s chemical profile also happen with emotions, this includes changes in organs, changes in the degree of muscle contractions, and changes in neural pathways. Examples of this would be chronic neck pain due to stress, chronic constipation (in order to have proper bowel movements it is important to be relaxed otherwise the anal sphincter cannot relax), and with stress the hippocampus can become smaller and this can affect cognitive function.
"In my Complementary Practice over the last 15 years I have observed that more than 70% of patients experience unmanageable anger. I have seen that healing is delayed or stopped when patients' angry feelings block the free flowing of energy. This effect is even more marked in their emotional and spiritual well-being, to the point of being destructive as well as interrupting the recovery process.” Once we get to release the anger, patients' chronic health problems also resolve. Dr Debbie Smith
"I have been in a Functional Medicine Holistic practice for over 16 years helping patients to fall pregnant and I fully understand how treating the underlying cause is of utmost importance. I had a patient who had been struggling to fall pregnant for four years before consulting me. One of her symptoms was candida. After we cleared the candida she easily had her baby. In fact, her fourth child is a year old now. She conceived the other 3 children very easily".
About Dr Debbie Smith
MY HEALTH STORY
I have spent over 20 years studying and learning to keep up with how to best address your concerns from a functional medicine, eastern medicine and homeopathic approach. I believe this combination is true health-based medicine and will be the future of disease prevention and ensuring excellent health. This is why I chose this field over other healthcare occupations.
I use a blend of modern scientific (latest functional medicine tests) and ancient techniques (acupuncture) to treat patients in a holistic manner. I am consistently studying the latest techniques and findings in the alternative medicine arena, and often provide input to leading health columns, programs and conferences on request. I am qualified as a homeopath with an M.Tech. (Hom.) Cum Laude from the University of Johannesburg.
I am one of only a handful of practitioners with dual qualifications as a Homeopath and Acupuncturist. I advocate a healthy lifestyle and enjoy sport, and activity. I am an avid adventure racer and have completed the Absa Cape Epic (Toughest Mountain bike race over 8 days), Ironman South Africa (3.8km swim, 180km cycle and 42km run) and Comrades Marathon (87km run Ultimate Human Race).