• 00:34

    Scientifically-Backed ways to reduce Stress Right now

    in Self Help

    Listen live to  "COACHING CONVERSATIONS" this Thursday November 20th at 9pm as your host LIfe Coach Shawn Marie Cichowski along with August Schilz and Alethea Ball will talk stress reduction.  We will discuss scientifically-backed ways to reduce stress right now. Call in and join us at 657-383-1996.

  • 00:35

    Jen McDonough: How to Reduce Stress Effectively in the Workplace

    in Lifestyle

    Burnt out at work and your hectic lifestyle is bringing you down? In this episode, we will share to you our list of the best ways to help reduce stress effectively in the workplace that will bring you back to balance. If you have tips that you can share to others, please feel free to add in the comments below.

    To know more, visit my website at www.TheIronJen.com.

  • 00:30

    How LifeWave Can Support Your Adrenal Health & Reduce Stress this Holiday

    in Health

    It's no secret that this time year often accompanies a ton of added stressors: family, traveling, arrangment of holiday plans, gift shopping and so much more. And it's no coincidence that many people feel exhuasted and sick before even making it into December! 

    That's why it's SO important to take care of your adrenal health and learn how to manage your stress early this year! Luckily LifeWave patches are an easy and effective all-natural alternative to "stressing out!" 

    Join LifeWave Doctors Dr. Karen Kan and Dr. Dennis Lobstein to learn:

    How LifeWave patches can reduce the effects of stress including anxiety and inflammation

    What LifeWave patches to use to boost your adrenal system (we will even give you some specific patching protocols to try out!) 

    Additional tips and tools to stay healthy and naturally de-stress this holiday season.


    Want to ask your questions to the LifeWave Doctors? Give us a call at the number above and we will answer your question. 

    To learn more about all-natural Lifewave patches visit: www.patchtrainingteam.com 

  • 01:03

    Reduce Stress and Improve Your Health - Beverly Nadler

    in Health

    Quick and Easy Tips to Reduce Stress and Improve Your Health!
    On July 25, our Health Guru, Beverly Nadler spoke about the life-style changes you can make to improve your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Because of our habit patterns, subconscious programs and conditioning, life-style changes can be very challenging and often takes time to implement..  That's why we decided to follow up that show with quick and simple things you can do, meanwhile,  to reduce stress and improve your health.
    Today,  Beverly Nadler, will tell you about very effective and easy-to-do things that can fit into any life-style, and you can choose the ones that motivate and inspire you. You can also do different ones on different days, depending on your mood and activities for that day.  Be sure to join us, and you will want to refer often to these quick and simple tips to enhance your life

  • 00:33

    Using Music to Reduce Stress

    in Goals

    There are so many common sense ways to use music and sound to reduce stress, create more focus, enhance creativity and make your days easier. The human body is a natural resonator for sound. We are deeply and intimately wired for sound – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Sound goes THROUGH us!  Join us for this show and become more aware of how the sound around you affects you. Learn how to look at your music collection as a way to support your health. Discover how sound reduces stress, how to quiet the mind and open space for creativity to flow freely. Feel your body respond to your own voice.
    Sharon Carne’s heart has belonged in music for most of her life. After falling in love with the Classical guitar in her teens and earning a Bachelor of Music and Master of Fine Arts degrees, she joined the faculty of the Conservatory at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta in 1988. Since then she has become an author, recording artist, speaker, sound healer and life-long student of evolving consciousness. She is the visionary founder of Sound Wellness helping people use common sense ways to reduce stress, create wellness and make their days easier with sound and music. Many of the experiences and tools she loves to share give results in seconds to just minutes. She is invited to speak about sound healing to a wide variety of corporate and private audiences, many within the medical community.
    Click here for a Free Download of Sharon's CD "Woodland Song":
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  • 00:17

    Empowerment 365: How Do I Reduce Stress?

    in Self Help

    Empowerment 365

    How Do I Reduce Stress

    (A Visit To Marvin's Garden)

    Join Empowerment Coach Marvin Roane as he shares his Marvin's Garden Relaxation Techinques. Begin each day with Gratitude and become motivated and Empowered through Quiet Relaxation. Find a few moments for Quiet Time and begin the practice of becoming motivated and inspired to become the best person that YOU can be by taking a few moments to just relax release and let go.


    Empowerment 365 is an outreach of The Empowerment Works, visit me on the web at:http://theempowerment.weebly.com

  • 00:28

    Jen McDonough: How to Reduce Stress and Build Resiliency in Your Life

    in Lifestyle

    In this busy world and with your hectic lifestyle, stress is a common thing. It can get you going but for most cases, it gets you off of your balance. When we allow ourselves get drenched with too much stress, we find ourselves having trouble in our relationships, finances, and health.

    In this episode you'll learn how to manage this condition by changing the way you respond to stress, how to reduce it, and how to bring you back into balance. Doing so, you can focus more on the things that matter most.

  • 00:37

    Daniel Ledford: How to Reduce Stress Using Biohacking

    in Lifestyle

    Daniel Ledford, RN, BSN has spent the last 13 years fighting through two brain surgeries and an incurable genetic disorder. With the help of tips and tricks collectively known as "Biohacking", he was able to put the days he had not enough energy to pull himself off the couch and suffering massive amounts of pain far behind him. He has an incurably curious mind which has led him incredibly deep into the cutting edge of medicine and science to find peak mental and physical performance. You can learn more about his adventures in these hinterlands at www.yourxpotential.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

  • 00:41

    Reduce Stress and Increase Focus- A helpful tip for Authors

    in Marketing

    There are many strategies out there proven to help reduce stress and increase your focus but how many of you have ever tried using the natural, involuntary action of breathing as a method to achieving that?

    Join me with Heidi Thompson, a practitioner on breath awareness with over 25 years experience who will discuss how to use breathing, an action we take for granted, as a tool to alleviate stress and increase your focus.. something we need to practise daily in this environment we call - life.

    April 5, 2013 @ 11 am EST/9 am PST


  • 00:31

    Breathing Exercises To Reduce Stress

    in Health

    Feeling stressed?  Tune into our show to learn how the length, depth and pace of your inhale and exhale triggers the stress response.  Ed & Wendy Harrold will provide helpful tips to reducing symptoms of stress and increasing energy levels.

  • 00:29

    The Best of Inez Bracy: Using Essential Oils to Reduce Stress

    in Women

    With the advent of spring & summer many of us face additional stress!  Stress from the heat, visitors and so much more.  Wouldn’t it be nice to have a system to help handle or eliminate stress?

    Today on the show, Inez Bracy in joined by Cj Sugita-Jackson to discuss tips on using Essential Oils to reduce stress.

    Stress is the body’s normal reaction to abnormal situations either in the outside environment or internal physical or emotional changes. 

    Stress is not always negative, sometimes external stressors require unusual responses and stress describes the body’s ability to make emergency changes.  Scientifically a model used to describe stress includes 3 stages:

    Stage 1: Alarm.  When the stressor is first sensed the body will produce adrenaline (and other hormones) producing the fight-or-flight response.

    Stage 2: Resistance.  If the stressor continues the body tries to adapt to the stressor.

    Stage 3: Exhaustion.  As the body tries to adapt to the cause of the stress it may eventually not be able to cope with the demands placed on it.

    The long term effects of Stage 3 can result in physical and emotional/mental disorders.  Digestive system problems, ulcers, diabetes, cardiovascular problems, depression, sleeping disorders, and other emotional situations can all be related to stress.  The various body systems call all be affected: Nervous System, Cardiovascular System, Endocrine System, Gastro-intestinal System, Muscular System, Reproductive System and Respiratory System.

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