Anxious, Angry, Mad, Depressed? Blame It On Epigenetics


Everyone wants to be happy, but many do not realize why life has become a constant battle. How do you get or maintain peace of mind when you feel like you are on a roller coaster surrounded by people, who only seem to add to life’s difficulties?

  • Why does she act so rude?
  • Doesn’t she get how much her attitude affects people?

The revolutionary understanding that epigenetics is uncovering, is like a light bulb moment for many. It is helping people realize why they have traits or habits that are so defeating and impossible to change.


This person who is driving you mad could have a predisposition to anxiety, anger, depression, or any number of similar traits passed down through generations. Science confirms how this is possible through landmark research in Epigenetics.

It is not about your DNA, the inheritable genes that give you blue eyes and remain fixed throughout life. The epigenome is mutable and can change. It is like a switch on top of your genes, which can be turned on, off, or dimmed.


Why Do Some Things Make Me Feel So Anxious?

It could be happening to you as well. Did you know, that the epigenome can trigger self-defeating responses throughout your life – whether you are aware of it or not?

Here are few points to explore on what might be blocking your personal happiness and how you can transform it.


1. Exploring The Problem

Regardless of who is driving you mad, whether a business associate, a sales person, a family member or yourself – it could be a genetic trigger. The stress of your ancestors’ environment could have an impact on your life that could last a lifetime or more.

Research shows that a person’s response to stress, alcohol, war, famine, or any kind of toxic environment influences their epigenome. Mental and emotional trauma, that occurred in the lifetime of your parents or grandparents could cause imbalance in your body chemistry today. A mother may pass on high anxiety to several generations of offspring.1


2. Immediate Response

  • Have Empathy: Many people are not conscious of why they respond the way they do, or how to change it.
  • Become Still: Look for a solution that brings the best outcome.
  • Take A Breath: Instead of getting mad or upset, make it a teachable moment for both of you, by disengaging from the emotion.
  • Remember: Consider if their disposition, could be upsetting to them as well. It certainly is not healthy.

3. Long Term Solutions

Learn How To Meditate

The healing potential in various meditation techniques, including TM (Transcendental Meditation), mindfulness, and SOS meditation technology have been shown to be effective in helping people with stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and various chronic illnesses.2

Experiment With Holistic Therapies

There are time-honored eastern therapies that focus on bringing the body into harmony, by releasing the internal blockage built up from the stresses of life.3


Self Discovery

If the technique, whether meditation or therapy, is effective at diminishing or clearing cellular traumatic memory – there will be a transformative shift in behavior as well as your health.


Companies are spending millions to discover what controls the epigenome and if it can help to further understand disease and slow the aging process.4


Learn to meditate, experiment with holistic therapies, and your journey of self discovery will bring you the happiness you are looking for as well as a lifetime of wonder and joy.