We all have brains that are wired the way we are. Some are more ‘wired’ that others, but they work for a particular lifestyle, a certain set of circumstances, or a certain role. The thing is that you can’t go into a new job, or even a new job, and expect that your brain will work the same way.
At least not without a lot of practice. In fact, even if you were to do it for the first time, you’d probably change your brain’s wiring a little. The way our brains work is that we all have a neural network (a small collection of areas of the brain) that processes information. In fact, a lot of the things our brains are designed to do are a little more complicated than they are in reality.
In order for a brain to work right, it must first be able to process information appropriately. For example, if you’re reading this, you’ve probably been told you need to focus, or you need to focus on something you’re thinking about. However, if your brain doesn’t know how to process information, it wont be able to handle what you’ve told it to process.
With that said, rewire anxiety is the process of taking control of the brain’s ability to process information. It’s something that can be done with a little help from a good book or two, a cool gadget, and a few good brain exercises. Some rewiring exercises can even be done without even having to have a conversation with your brain, simply by taking a few deep breaths and focusing your attention on a single thing.
The brain is not an entirely blank slate, and is rather a network of neurons. Each neuron is actually a microscopic piece of plastic, and as we age our plasticity increases. With that said, rewiring will help you to process information more effectively, and to do so without a lot of struggle.
Rewire anxiety helps to keep anxiety in check, but also helps to release stress hormones. We’ve all been there where we feel like we’ve been kicked in the head by a hard rock or a tree. These are common symptoms of chronic stress, but they can be treated, not just with a few pills, but with the right approach and the right amount of time.
For rewiring to work, you need to find the right spot. For me, it’s in my brain stem. That means the part of your brain that coordinates nerve cell activity. There are two ways to do this, both of which are essentially the same thing. You can stimulate your brain stem in a more intense way and it will help to release the stress hormones it stores. Or you can stimulate it with a technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation.
This technology, which was originally developed by a team of neuroscientists, has been used by a number of researchers over the past decade. It involves using a magnet to deliver specific electrical currents into your brain tissue. These currents stimulate a particular nerve cell, causing that cell to fire. This is one of the most effective non-invasive techniques for boosting your mood, memory, and learning. One of the most serious side effects is that it can cause serious brain damage.
The first one that came to mind was the effects of using “rewire” on people with dementia. Rewire uses a specific method of magnetic stimulation, which has also been used to treat Parkinson’s disease, in which patients are given a magnetic field to stimulate the brain.
This method of magnetic stimulation hasn’t been used to treat Alzheimer’s disease, although it has been used to treat depression. In fact the exact same magnetic stimulation method has shown promise in treating autism. But rewire is different, because it uses an electrical signal to stimulate the nerve cells, without actually causing them to fire. This, combined with the non-invasive nature of the method, makes rewire a much safer, more effective treatment for Alzheimer’s.