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  • Writer's pictureAsma Aziz

Fear is good for you!

Fear is one of the most basic human emotions and is programmed into our nervous system and works like an instinct.

Fear alerts us of danger and prepares us to deal with it.

A faster heartbeat, rapid breathing and an increase in blood pressure are a few physical responses.

Blood pumps to muscles to prepare the body for physical action.

The skin produces sweat to keep the body cool.

Sensations in the stomach, head, chest, legs, or hands readying for fight or flight.

The body stays in this this state until the brain receives an "all clear" message and turns off the response.

Feeling afraid is very natural — and helpful — in some situations.

Fear can be like a warning, a signal that cautions us to be careful.

Then why all the fuss around fear?

Why does fear cripple us?

Why do we relate to fear as a bad thing?

How does fear cause ailments in our body and reduce the disease fighting capability of our body?

What can I do to overcome my fears and free my life from Fear?

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