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Have you ever thought there was "good" anxiety?
This week, Dr. Wendy Suzuki and I talk all about the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of anxiety. She explains how to approach anxiety, the thoughts behind it, the tools to use to take control of your anxiety and take back your life! We discuss her research while writing her new book, Good Anxiety, and how important mindset is and the effect of physical activity on the brain.
Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. Her major research interest continues to be brain plasticity. Wendy is passionate about teaching, exercise, and supporting and mentoring up-and-coming scientists.
What we discuss…
2:32- What was the reason for writing your book?
4:04- What is the difference between good and bad anxiety?
6:56- What is stress inoculation?
10:54- How to think about stress and stress responses
15:42- Did anything surprise you during your research on stress
19:24- The effects of physical activity on the brain
23:10- The effects of meditation on the brain
25:44- What happens to one’s physiology during the stress state?
33:14- Is there truth in the research of the smile effect?
40:51- Tools to use for fixing anxiety and joy conditioning
48:04- How to change your mindset to a joy bias
51:48- How does one begin to engage more into implicit memories?
54:40- What was the root of your social anxiety?
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