High Blood Pressure
Shyft Habit Coach
Daydreaming Close your eyes and let your mind wander and daydream for a few minutes when you feel stressed. Maybe you’re walking through a beautiful garden, a scenic city, or reliving a happy experience. As your mind wanders, pay attention to the details you’re imagining. Imagining activates the same areas in the brain as if you were actually carrying out the action because the brain follows the pattern of the mind. The act of recalling a happy thought can help generate a frequency in the brain that overrides the negative frequency caused by the toxic stress response.