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Your Internal Dialogue Changes Your Brain - Exploring your mind

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What you say to yourself defines you

Several studies reveal that areas such as the left inferior frontal gyrus (Broca's area) activate when you talk to yourself.

Inner chatter generates about 4,000 words per minute; Internal dialogue works ten times faster than verbal speach. Thus, everything that happens in ...

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A study of the Yale School of Medicin, revealed how persistend negative internal dialogue weakened multiple neural structures. 

Structures such as the insula and the amygdala showed high hyperactivity. These areas related to emotions such as fear or attention to threats in your environment ...

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Examples of inner negative dialogue, are:

  • "How could you say such a stupid thing?"
  • "Don't even try again because you're useless and you know it."
  • "Look at what happened today, you're always wrong, you're always making mistake after mistake."

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You must be aware of one thing: Your internal dialogue can directly affect your health, both physical and psychological. That limiting self-talk impairs your self-esteem and shuts down your potential, resources, and opportunities. Thus, you must change its docus. 

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The following dialogue is an example: "I understand you're worried, but remember that you know how to overcome it. You've done it before, so trust that you deserve the best. You're strong, just keep trying".

Finally, this process takes time. Changing that limiting ...

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