Posts Tagged "relieve stress"

Coaches: Why You Need my New Stress Coaching Course

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Coaches: Why You Need my New Stress Coaching Course

Dear Coach, You have dedicated your life to helping others. It is your life’s calling, your mission but lately you feel caught between caring for your own children and aging parents and your clients. The stress and strain of being sandwiched in the middle is starting to get to you.     Stress is Complicated If you are like me, you probably get insulted when so-called, “stress coaches” try to sell you band-aid approaches to managing stress. You know, they lead-in with lines like “Banish Your Stress Forever” or “Be Stress Free in 10 Minutes” etc. The...

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Relax Away Your Stress; Free Webinar

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Relax Away Your Stress; Free Webinar

These are stressful times. Working for a living, raising kids, caring for parents and loved ones and being involved in your community leaves little time to relax your body and mind  and get rid of the by-products of stress. You need to put your body into a relaxed state to counter the effects of stress-related muscle tension and nervous energy. If you don’t relax, the tension and nervous energy builds and builds until it gets to the breaking point and starts to cause serious physical and mental health problems. So I’ve been thinking about this and what I can do to help you discover...

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Diaphragmatic Breathing and Stress

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Diaphragmatic Breathing and Stress

Breathing is the basis for both life and all relaxation activities. The simple practice of being more mindful of your breathing can help you relax. When you practice diaphragmatic breathing your mind slows down as you focus on your breathing and stop criticizing, analyzing, and worrying so much. The parts of your brain that control breathing are intimately related to the parts that control the stress response. Controlled, deep, even breathing facilitates relaxation. Rapid, shallow, irregular breathing disrupts relaxation. One of the main cues for understanding whether you are stressed is the...

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The Five R’s of Conquering Your Stress

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Facebook Share Twitter Share Google+ Share Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X28JC9SMHF8 This video gives a quick overview of Dr Rich Blonna’s Five R’s of Conquering Your Stress https://www.drrichblonna.com/conquering-your-stress-video/the-five-rs-of-conquering-your-stress-2/. The five R’s form Dr. Rich’s unique stress management program. The five R’s are; Rethink, Reduce, Relax, Release, and Reorganize. Each R provides a level of defense against stress and relief from the tension and nervous energy associated with the stress...

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