I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression in 2015, and unfortunately, I found that the techniques that I used to boost my self-confidence and deal with competition nerves when I was a competitive archer just didn’t work as well as I had expected. I found with my illness that I had lost most of my self-confidence and my independence as well. Some days I couldn’t leave the house and would just be bombarded with negative thoughts and feelings.
I was given medication by my GP to help with my anxiety and depression which I was very much against and I only agreed to take them if we also found alternative solutions to help me. So as well as starting a program of attending Stress Control classes, Anxiety and Depression CBT courses that my local health service offered I worked with a psychologist, I did my own research as well. I found Omharmonics when I was looking for something that would help me to relax and possibly sleep better. At the time I was having trouble with bad tinnitus and migraines, which were all stress related, and I found that listening to my usual relaxing music was very annoying, but silence was even worse as my inner thoughts were quite negative.
I luckily found Omharmonics worked for me as the tracks helped to cancel out the tinnitus and if I used the tracks at the first sign of tinnitus that they helped decrease the number of migraines I was suffering from.
Initially, I used the Deep Rest tracks every evening and would fall asleep while listening to the tracks. Even if I did not sleep all night the tracks help me to feel more rested in the morning, which then helped me to do more during the day. I have used the other tracks to help me concentrate before going to stress full meetings and to help me focus on the courses I have been taking to help me get better. I have used the focus and balance tracks to help me while completing job application forms. Working on my stress management program and the programs I was working on with my psychologist to even just helping me to concentrate
enough to do housework.
Omharmonics is now one of the go-to tools in my “mental health toolbox” and has given me the confidence to know that I have tools to help me cope with the difficult days and when I feel like I am falling back into that pit of anxiety and depression again. I have a dedicated small mp3 player with just the Omharmonics tracks on it which goes most places with me so I can listen to the tracks when I need them.
I have tried other binaural beats tracks, but I always come back to the Omharmonic tracks.
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Hazel Elliot Web