The Neuroscience Of Exam Stress – Why It’s Not All In Your Child’s Head [Podcast 004]
Today I’m taking you on a whistle-stop tour of the neuroscience of exam stress – demystified – so you can see how it’s not all in your child’s head. Plus, of course, I’ll be sharing what you can do about it.
We’re going to talk about:
- the neural pathways that set tiny exam triggers off on the motorways in your child’s brain to become unconquerable mountains
- the bit of their brain that filters out encouragement and positive feedback
- to back up the negative self-talk they’re running
- how stress affects their ability to think straight
- why you can’t think your way out of exam stress and the power of the mind-body link.
Podcast Episode 4: The Neuroscience Of Exam Stress – Demystified
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One of the most powerful ways to help them to clear the stress hormones that flood their body when they’re angry is a grounding breath, which you can find in technique #1 of the 7 1/2 Quick Fixes For Exam Stress course.
All of the techniques in the course work as soon as your child is calm enough to try them.
Over To You:
How can you see that neuroscience might be keeping your child stuck in exam stress?
How could you use what you learned in this episode to help them?
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