We can’t always change our environment to what we would ideally like it to be.
The solution is to instead train ourselves so stressful situations don’t affect us adversely.
This means you would be more stress resistant.
Research has shown that this can be done, and it does not take a long time to see significant results (Duchemin AM, et al. 2015).
Personnel from a surgical intensive care unit were put into a stress reduction intervention group or a control group. The study took 8 weeks and biological markers of stress were measured one week before and one week after the study. The intervention consisted of meditation, gentle yoga and music.
The results documented that levels of salivary alpha-amylase (a measure of sympathetic activation of the nervous system) significantly decreased after practicing for 8 weeks. It was also found a positive correlation between salivary alpha-amylase and work burnout scores.
You can be in control of how you feel, instead of letting stress control you. Just find an effective way to practice meditation.
Duchemin AM1, Steinberg BA, Marks DR, Vanover K, Klatt M. A small randomized pilot study of a workplace mindfulness-based intervention for surgical intensive care unit personnel: effects on salivary α-amylase levels. J Occup Environ Med. 2015 Apr;57(4):393-9. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000371.
From Stressed to Relaxed in 60 Seconds
You will learn:
- How to implement acupuncture knowledge and affect the vagus nerve in seconds.
- What to do to literally feel more relaxed and also feel less pain and stiffness in your neck in just 60 seconds
While this is exciting, this program is much more.
You will also learn:
- How to create lasting results and be more stress resistant.
- How to train your mind so you are in control of how you feel instead of letting other people or situations control you.