This word can destroy the lives of both the speaker and the listener!
If we had to, we would undergo magnetic resonance imaging – large magnet shaped like a doughnut, which can shoot video neuronal changes occurring in our brains and in less than a second to light up the word “NO”, we see the sudden release of dozens of hormones producing stress and neurotransmitters. These chemicals immediately interrupt the normal functioning of the brain, logic, thought, speech and our communication. In fact, if you appalled and a depressed man looking for the second sheet with negative words written on it, he will feel worse.
The more I reflect on them, the more it destroys key structures that regulate memory, feelings and emotions. Will disrupt sleep, appetite and ability to experience happiness and satisfaction for a long time.
If voiced their negativity or even a slight frown when we say “no” to release more stress chemicals, not only ours but also in the brain of the listener.
The listener will experience increased anxiety and irritability, thereby undermining cooperation and trust. In fact, even if you just hang around negative people, it will make us more biassed towards others!
Any form of negative experience – worry about our financial condition or our health – will stimulate the release of neurochemicals destructive.
The same applies to children:
The more negative thoughts are, the more emotional instability will experience. But if you learn to think positively, may radically change their lives.
The more we bound by negative dialogue – at home or work – the more difficult to stop. But negative words were spoken in anger cause further more damage.
They send alarm messages to the brain, interfering centres of the decision of the frontal lobe, which increases our tendency to act irrationally.
Fear -provoking words such as poverty , illness and death also stimulate the brain in a negative way. And even if these scary thoughts are not real, other parts of the brain (such as thalamus and amygdala ) react to negative fantasies as if they are real threats arising outside the world. Curiously, though we are programmed to worry about old memories carried over from our ancestors, when there was a myriad of threats linked to our survival – a sort of genetic artefact.
But how to get rid of all this?
To break this natural tendency to worry and anxiety can be taken several things:
For a start, ask yourself:
“Is the situation threatening me?” Usually, this is not so, why would quickly break the reaction of the amygdala to the imaginary threat and faster we can take action to resolve the problem.
Once we have identified a negative thought (which is often subconsciously), we can restructure, and choose to focus on positive words and images.
The conclusion is that self-control can save you! There is no automated way …