Jul 30, 2018
Every man has the desire to do something great. But what if you are struggling with PTSD, anxiety or depression? How can you feel capable and worthy when your physical and mental health are suffering?
When Anthony Treas returned to the States from his deployment in Iraq, he experienced PTSD, anxiety and depression. Hesitant to take medication, he sought natural ways to deal with his mental health issues and learned everything he could about brain function and its impact on every aspect of life. Today, Anthony is a high-performance health coach for STRONG Men, helping them eliminate anxiety and depression and regain control of their health and mental wellbeing.
Anthony joins Emerald to discuss the misconception among men that success means going it alone. He speaks to his long battle with isolation and the value of community and collaboration in spreading your message. Anthony shares his negative experience with medication to treat PTSD, anxiety and depression and explains how understanding his brain scan radically changed his life. Listen in for Anthony’s insight on how brain function impacts all areas of our lives and serves as the foundation for his STRONG Men Coaching practice.
The isolation Anthony experienced after returning from Iraq
How Anthony’s took ownership of the deep desire to improve his life
The challenge around feeling worthy and capable of great things
The misconception among men that success means going it alone
The value of community and collaboration in spreading your message
Anthony’s negative experience with medication to treat PTSD
Anthony’s fascination with the human brain and unconscious mind
How understanding his SPECT scan was a turning point for Anthony
How Anthony leverages natural supplements to promote brain health
The emphasis on brain health in Anthony’s coaching practice
The societal stigma around mental health issues
How brain function impacts all areas of our lives
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.