Rewiring Anxiety and Tinnitus-Neuroplasticity Nugget #2 Interview with Joey Remenyi

Hello everyone today, I want to share with you this amazing conversation that I had with Joey Rameny.. She's, a vestibular audiologist and a Neuroplasticity specialist, and we spoke for over an hour about how you can rewire the brain to heal from disorders like tinnitus and vertigo, and these are disorders that doctors have basically said were untreatable.

But she's developed this research-backed process that's, basically the same process for working with anxiety and other disorders.. Now I just want to give you a short snippet, a neuroplasticity nugget, if you will on how you are the ceo of your brain and, like me, Joey talks about the brain as if it was another person.

So this makes me smile real big, because I do that too.. The full interview is on my podcast. By the way, I have a podcast, it's called Therapy in a Nutshell, and you can check that out and Joey's got a book detailing her step-by-step process, with a bunch of free resources on her website and again the link To that is in the description.

, Okay, so real quick here's. Joey. We're. Basically, the ceo of our inner world. Like you know, we're, telling our brain. What's important? What's, not important? You know which, which guys and girls are spunky and sexy - and you know like we're on the lookout all the time, and this is part of our survival mechanisms as human beings and a and anxiety is actually what's kept Us safe and it's protected us from say, tigers and violence, so it has a healthy place, but what we need to do when we take control and take power back of our inner world, we need to actually teach the brain that those tinnitus Noises or those sadness, feelings or those vertigo and dizziness feelings or anxiety, feelings.

They're, all normal and safe. They're, false alarms. They're, not true life-threatening situations or triggers, and when we're resisting and fighting them, I'll just use the example of tinnitus. The same goes for dizziness.

If I wake up every day and like & # 39. Oh, my god is it there is it there. Is it there? Okay, I've got to take my pill. I've got to use my device. I've got to talk about it. I've, got to tell my friends I've got to go to a doctor.

I've got to book, another appointment. & # 39. All of those behaviors and thoughts and words are telling the brain. This is super abnormal. It's. A problem right., Your brain, doesn't, actually speak English, so all the brain gets is & # 39.

Joey wants to focus on this. She loves her tinnitus. I'm, going to help her out and put more neural power there and make it louder, so she can hear it better because she's really into this tinnitus it's like all she's.

Thinking about so, if Joey wants to hear it, I'll help her more neural allocation over there. Let's, make it louder & # 39, So my brain helps me to focus on it by making more of it. When we resist something and put emotional allocation into it, which is often fear and hatred.

The brain responds by going & # 39. You're super into that, so I'll, give it more neural energy & # 39, and if we reverse that to & # 39, it's, no big deal whatever I'm super neutral about it. I have no emotion attached to it & # 39, the brain's like'yeah.

She's, not interested. So I'm, not going to put more neural activity there'& # 39. I'll, put more neural activity to where Joey's, focusing & # 39, which might be connecting to her friends and creating a new band.

& # 39. She wants to make a new band, so I'm, going to start putting all my neural emphasis onto finding musicians & # 39, So its like. We teach our brain, what to emphasize and what to make louder., Because we're.

Looking at making conscious healing neuroplasticity changes the kind of emotions we're looking for is celebration. Self- reassurance, self-acceptance self-compassion. We want those emotions to be just blissing, out.

(, Okay ). That means we & # 39. Ve got more dopamine more oxytocin. More of that yummy juicy brain chemistry that gives us more bang for our buck. Right. (, Yeah, yeah ). So but basically, your neurons, communicate kind of like fingertips and two arms.

They're passing messages. I've got my baby's. Little toy here. Neurotransmitter chemicals are moving from one neuron to the next. They're captured by receptors, and if there's enough of that message, it will carry on to the next neuron and you & # 39.

Ll have messages moving up and down your body all day long with these little chemicals passing between them., The more neurons pass messages, the better they get at it, and so for my clients who don't feel normal anymore and they feel completely abnormal And sick and dizzy and full of tinnitus, they need to rebuild normal neural networks by teaching the neurons to pass the normal feeling neurochemicals from neuron to neuron, with more synchronicity, with more frequency, with more intensity with more duration.

So they can hardwire it and then that new normal becomes their automated resting state. They no longer need to put effort in right and, you might say, & # 39. What does that? Look like'Well, instead of focusing on getting rid of the dizziness, tinnitus or anxiety, etc.

they first of all step. One would be identify what you want to feel. What are your desired sensations to feel normal? Not what you don't want to feel which you know it's easy, but that'll. Keep you stuck.

, So common ones that you feel calm, relaxed, confident adventurous, enthusiastic, like people often lose their vigor for life. They're, like I just it yeah. I want to feel like I wake up in the day, and I'm, actually excited about what's, going to happen.

That's, for them might be feeling normal. So they have to figure out how to get those excitement neurons going so their therapy practice or their rock steady toolkit would be & # 39. What things could I do to help me feel genuinely excited to release those neural messages'right.

. So then, that becomes their home practice and with time, frequency, repetition and with all of these emotional regulation tools to make sure they don't kind of go backwards into the old chronic loops they return to normal and neuroplasticity is something we are born.

With., The human brain has billions of neurons trillions of synaptic connections, so much adaptability, redundancy and robustness.. I think most people, myself included, we don't realize how powerful we are.

We don't realize how much we can co-create the inner world. We're living in enough perception of the world and we often just sit back with a status quo and be the person we think we should be and kind of live.

This numbed out life of good enough or & # 39. Am I good enough'question mark and I think neuroplasticity enables us to really understand & # 39? Who am I authentically on this planet'& # 39? What are my values'& # 39? How can I align to those'& # 39? How can I be the best version of me on the planet'connect to community and have great cascade impact on this earth? It's like really going beyond the individual and into the collective, and I think a lot of my clients start feeling victims of their sensations and come out the other side really wanting to give back to the planet.

It's. Quite amazing, it's, quite remarkable. That's, really cool. I love that. In the rest of the interview. We talk about how focusing on what you do want, what's, most valuable to you. That starts that pathway to healing and that fires up neuroplasticity and how using a body scan and gentle compassion and openness without judgment toward your unpleasant sensations like tinnitus or anxiety, how those processes can help your brain, rewire and heal.

And I'm working on two videos right now to go into a lot more detail into that process of letting go of the struggle with anxiety and opening up to those uncomfortable sensations of anxiety. Because I really think if there was only one skill that I could teach you, it would be that one.

So stay tuned to this channel watch for those upcoming videos. And if you'd, like to learn more about Joey, please check out the links in the description.. I'd, also like to thank Better Help for sponsoring this video.

They offer professional licensed counseling at a very affordable rate around $ 65 dollars a week, and you can interact with these counselors on your phone through messaging through video sessions and other other ways of contacting them so check out the link in the description - and I hope You all have a wonderful day.

, Thank you for watching and take care. [ Music ], hello, everyone. Today, i want to share with you this amazing conversation that i had with joey rameny. She's, a vestibular audiologist and a neuroplasticity specialist, and we spoke for over an hour about how you can rewire the brain to heal from disorders like tinnitus and vertigo, and these are disorders that doctors have basically said were untreatable.

But she's developed this research-backed process that's, basically the same process for working with anxiety and other disorders. Now i just want to give you a short snippet, a neuroplasticity nugget, if you will on how you are the ceo of your brain and, like me, joey talks about the brain as if it was another person.

So this makes me smile real big, because i do that too. The full interview is on my podcast. By the way, i have a podcast, it's called therapy in a nutshell, and you can check that out and joey's got a book detailing her step-by-step process, with a bunch of free resources on her website and again the link To that is in the description, okay, so real quick here's; joey we're.

Basically, the ceo of our inner world. Like you know, we're, telling our brain. What's? Important? What's, not important? You know which, which guys and girls are spunky and sexy - and you know like we're on the lookout all the time, and this is part of our survival mechanisms as human beings and a and anxiety is actually what's kept Us safe and it's protected us from say, tigers and violence.

It has a healthy place, but what we need to do when we take control and take power back of our inner world. We need to actually teach the brain that those tinnitus noises or those sadness, feelings or those vertigo and dizziness feelings or anxiety, feelings.

They're, all normal and safe. They're, false alarms. They're, not true. Um life-threatening situations or triggers and when we're resisting and fighting them, i'll. Just use the example of tinnitus. The same goes for dizziness.

If i wake up every day and like oh, my god, is it there is it. There is it there. Okay, i've got to take my pill. I've got to use my device. I've got to talk about it. I've, got to tell my friends i've got to go to a doctor.

I've got to book another appointment, all of those behaviors and thoughts and words are telling the brain. This is super abnormal. It's, a problem right. Your brain, doesn't, actually speak english, so all the brain gets is joey wants to focus on this.

She loves her tinnitus. I'm, going to help her out and put more neural power. There and make it louder, so she can hear it better because she's really into this tinnitus it's like all she's. Thinking about so, if joey wants to hear it, i'll help her more neural allocation over there.

Let's, make it louder, so my brain helps me to focus on it by making more of it when we resist something and put emotional allocation into it, which is often fear and hatred. The brain responds by going.

You're super into that, so i'll, give it more neural energy, and it reverse that too it's, no big deal whatever i'm. I'm super neutral about it. I have no emotion attached to it. The brain's like yeah.

She's, not interested. So i'm, not going to put more neural activity there. I'll, put more neural activity to where joey's, focusing which might be connecting to her friends and creating a new band. She wants to make a new band, so i'm, going to start putting all my neural emphasis onto finding musicians.

We teach our brain what to emphasize and what to make louder, because we're. Looking at making conscious healing neuroplasticity changes the kind of emotions we're looking for is celebration. Self reassurance, self acceptance, self compassion.

We want those emotions to be just blissing out. Okay, that means we & # 39. Ve got more dopamine more oxytocin. More of that yummy juicy brain chemistry that gives us more bang for our buck right, yeah yeah.

So but basically, your neurons, communicate kind of like fingertips and two arms. They're passing messages. I've got my baby's little toy here. Neurotransmitter chemicals are moving from one neuron to the next.

They're captured by receptors, and if there's enough of that message, it will carry on to the next neuron and you & # 39. Ll have messages moving up and down your body all day long with these little chemicals passing between them, the more neurons pass messages, the better they get at it, and so for my clients who don't feel normal anymore and they feel completely abnormal And sick and dizzy and full of tinnitus, they need to rebuild normal neural networks by teaching the neurons to pass the normal feeling neurochemicals from neuron to neuron, with more synchronicity, with more frequency, with more intensity with more duration.

So they can hardwire it and then that new normal becomes their automated resting state. They no longer need to put effort in right, and you might say what does that look like well, instead of focusing on getting rid of the dizziness, tinnitus or anxiety, etc.

They first of all step one would be identify what you want to feel. What are your desired sensations to feel normal? Not what you don't want to feel which you know it's easy, but that'll. Keep you stuck so common ones that you feel calm, relaxed, confident adventurous, enthusiastic, like people often lose their vigor for life.

They're like i just enjoyed it yeah. I want to feel like i wake up in the day, and i'm, actually excited about what's, going to happen, that's, for them might be feeling normal, so they have to figure out how to get those Excitement neurons going so their therapy practice or their rock steady toolkit would be what things could i do to help me feel genuinely excited to release those neural messages right.

So then, that becomes their home practice and with time, frequency, repetition and with all of these emotional regulation tools to make sure they don't kind of kind of go backwards into the old chronic loops they return to normal and neuroplasticity is something we Are born with the human brain has billions of neurons trillions of synaptic connections, so much adaptability, redundancy and robustness.

I think most people, myself included. We don't realize how powerful we are. We don't realize how much we can co-create. The inner world we're living in enough perception of the world and we often just sit back with a status quo and be the person we think we should be and kind of live this numbed out life of good enough, or am i good Enough question mark - and i think neuroplasticity enables us to really understand who am i authentically on this planet? What are my values? How can i, how can i align to those? How can i be the best version of me on the planet, connect a community and have great cascade impact on this earth.

It's like really going beyond the individual and into the collective, and i think a lot of my clients start feeling victims of their sensations and come out the other side really wanting to give back to the planet.

It's. Quite amazing, it's, quite remarkable that's really cool. I love that in the rest of the interview we talk about how focusing on what you do want, what's, most valuable to you. That starts that pathway to healing and that fires up neuroplasticity and how using a body scan and gentle compassion and openness without judgment toward your unpleasant sensations like tinnitus or anxiety, how those processes can help your brain, rewire and heal.

And i'm working on two videos right now to go into a lot more detail into that process of letting go of the struggle with anxiety and opening up to those uncomfortable sensations of anxiety. Because i really think if there was only one skill that i could teach you, it would be that one so stay tuned to this channel watch for those upcoming videos.

And if you'd, like to learn more about joey, please check out the links in the description i'd, also like to thank betterhelp for sponsoring this video. They offer professional licensed counseling at a very affordable rate around 65 dollars a week, and you can interact with these counselors on your phone through messaging through video sessions and other other ways of contacting them.

So check out the link in the description - and i hope you all have a wonderful day. Thank you for watching and take care. You


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