As I write this I’m listening to relaxing blues music. A line in the song that just played said, “trouble doesn’t last always.” Well that’s easy for that singer to say. Sometimes it just seems like there’s something to be anxious about 24/7.
We can feel so anxious all the time and we can’t put our finger on the reason why. I’ve been there. That internal feeling of unease. I’m nervous or anxious about something and no matter how deep I search, I can’t find the reason.
By conservative estimates, about 20 percent of Americans suffer from anxiety disorders and even more will experience anxiety attacks at some point in their lives. But our brains have always been driven by fear to some extent, according to neuroscientist Dean Burnett.
Read the full article here: A Neuroscientist Explains Why Your Brain Is So Anxious All the Time.