Entries by Graham Boulton

The Relationship between Stress and Anxiety, and how Meditation may Resolve the State

An anxious state of mind is not a pleasant mental state to find yourself in. Whether it be social anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, or any of the other variations of anxiety, they create a constant state of fear and helplessness in the affected individual. The relationship between stress and anxiety is […]

Beyond Performance Sports Event

Beyond Performance Sports was launched August 19, 2017. Beyond Performance Sports is a blended training program leveraging a psychological skills training program (PST) such as self-efficacy and imagery can be integrated with neural feedback, HRV, meditation and breathing routines for player development. The blended training program integrates meditation and breathing programs to enable player to […]

Stress

In today’s fast and hectic world, stress has become a common phenomenon in everybody’s life. It can be defined as the way one feels and reacts while dealing with pressures and challenges. One can also experience stress at school, within relationships or at the workplace. People may also be stressed while they try to cope […]

Performance Anxiety

People who suffer from performance anxiety are frequently stressed out and get easily exhausted. There are some who cannot even focus because of their internal concentration. Performance anxiety can be detected quite easily when a person appears to be nervous and fidgety. There are cases though when some people though going through performance anxiety may […]

Can Anxiety be Treated

Anxiety treatment can be medically, with psychological counseling, or independently. Ultimately, the treatment path depends on the cause of the anxiety and the patient’s preferences. Often treatments will consist of a combination of psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, and medications. A robust body of research documents that there are biological predispositions that often exist for depression, anxiety, […]

Can Anxiety be minimised by Training The Brain?

Anxiety is usually a person’s response to stress. With Neurofeedback brain training, you learn to moderate your response to stress, to minimize anxiety and occurs less frequently. Stress, can be: Psychological Physical Dietary Environmental sources, like loud noises. Once a person’s brain gets locked into a pattern of anxiety, it can be difficult to break. For […]

What Is Meditation

Meditation is the art or process of calming down or slowing down the mind and just taking some time to stop the mind from overworking. By slowing down the mind you can help it recoup and rejuvenate itself to help it work better in the future. Just like our bodies need 7-8 hours of sleep […]

Breathing With The Diaphragm

Breathing techniques or Diaphragmatic breathing are so simple that they can easily be overlooked. These are such powerful tools, yet many players have yet to buy in and take the time to perfect these skills. Breathing has been referred to in some circles as the remote control for the brain. This is a great analogy […]