Stress and Anxiety – A New Understanding with Author Peggy Sealfon
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More than 40 million people in the just the United States alone suffer from various forms of anxiety fueled by our fast-paced high-tech lifestyle and fear-inducing world events. The impact is devastating as our abilities to perform and function in daily life are seriously impaired. “We accept stress and anxiety as normal,” says our guest Personal Development Coach Peggy Sealfon. “It isn’t. It’s a pandemic of our speeded-up culture and it’s killing us…literally.” According to the American Medical Association, stress/anxiety is a factor in more than 75% of sickness today and causes headaches, sleeplessness, chronic fatigue, pain, decreased effectiveness, and often results in depression and diseases like cancer, strokes and heart attacks. “We’re even seeing anxiety issues in youngsters today,” says Peggy who will discuss telltale signs of serious anxiety and shed light on a broader understanding of how to change debilitating patterns like panic attacks. She draws from a range of practices including ancient wisdom teachings to modern psychology to breakthroughs in neurosciences. This radio interview can empower the listener to release all struggles. be healthier, improve relationships and find personal fulfillment and happiness in their lives.
Peggy Sealfon is a Personal Development Coach, Author, Motivational Speaker and foremost expert on dealing with stress and anxiety. Certified in a variety of life-changing modalities, Peggy develops effective protocols for individuals dealing with issues from health to relationships, work, finances and life purpose. Her book Escape From Anxiety—Supercharge Your Life With Powerful Strategies From A to Z is a compilation of effective, transformational techniques. She is also co-author of The Change, one of the fastest-growing personal development book series in the world with Tony Robbins’ former mentor Jim Britt and change entrepreneur Jim Lutes. Originally a journalist in New York City, Peggy now resides in southwest Florida.