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With Lauren E Miller (www.StressSolutionsUniversity.com)
Self-control is known as a fruit of the spirit that benefits our overall health and happiness when practiced in life.
Too often our habits are not aligned with our personal and professional financial goals in life. Lauren will share some simple tips, pulling from her NLP/EFT training that will equip listeners with the ability to create self-care systems that result in inner confidence and peace in the midst of the anxiety that all too often slithers around your relationship with money.
Stress Management. That's a thought. Uh, so is owning the private, secluded (but replenished) island the S,S Minnow crashed on, now that Gilligan and crew are done with it. With a better hut, of course. But Stress is so hard to manage. The frustration from stress mounts into an explosion at times, from yelling to screaming to spinning around (I get so dizzy anymore). Lost focus, destruction of plans and its simply not a good 'copinng skill' to have. This is, its called "The 5 R's of Stress Management" by the originator, Brain Injury Coping Skills at RHI Neuro Center, or the Doc Lisa School of TBI & Family Center. Call, join us and share ideas and thoughts or TBI Stress Recognition, Relaxation, Reassuring, Relating and Recovery Do's and Don't. (424) 243-9540. Uh, sometimes an Activating Event through your Beliefs may see your Consequences requiring and solid Defense Attorney, which can be you, once learned to defend againnst your own alarming thoughts.
Race4Time (Race4Time.org) is next Saturday, all in one day now. Whoa, that's a bunch of racing, car showing, draging and 'funning'. Dr. Kevin Butterfield should call in, if done racing in Michigan today, however the lovely Susan Hancock will join us for what updated inforrmation needed. Susan, as I've talked, may be the MOST concenernd if not interested 'civilian' in the brain injury world I've met. But she's race track fast, call, give her information. And surely, Susan is tired of talking to me this week...
Do you often feel stressed out? Dr. Doni Wilson, celebrated naturopathic doctor and author of THE STRESS REMEDY, will join Jessica Baker, founder of AlignedSigns.com to share her top tips for creating a stress free summer. Weighing in on nutrition, sleep, travel, mindfulness, over-scheduling, and so much more, Dr. Doni will impart valuable advice to ensure you have a stress free and healthy summer.
Stress symptoms may be affecting your health, even though you might not realize it. You may think illness is to blame for that nagging headache, your frequent insomnia or your decreased productivity at work. But stress may actually be the culprit.
Common effects of stress
Indeed, stress symptoms can affect your body, your thoughts and feelings, and your behavior. Being able to recognize common stress symptoms can give you a jump on managing them. Stress that's left unchecked can contribute to health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
Act to manage stress
If you have stress symptoms, taking steps to manage your stress can have numerous health benefits. Explore stress management strategies, such as:
And be sure to get plenty of sleep, eat a balanced diet, and avoid tobacco use and excess caffeine and alcohol intake.
When to seek help
If you're not sure if stress is the cause or if you've taken steps to control your stress but your symptoms continue, see your doctor. Your doctor may want to check for other potential causes.
Also, if you have chest pain, especially if it occurs during physical activity or is accompanied by shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness, nausea, or pain radiating into your shoulder and arm, get emergency help immediately. These may be warning signs of a heart attack and not simply stress symptoms.
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.
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Stress is a major cause for a lot of illnesses and troubles. That's backed up by many medial studies done over the years. This week's "CleftCast" #podcast focuses on how stress affects children, adults and their parents within the cleft and craniofacial community. Host Joe Rutland introduces some basic information around stress and its symptoms while sharing from his own experiences with a cleft lip and cleft palate. This week's #podcast also has information about "The Healthy Smile" educational series, the Term of the Week, and more. Feel free to download "CleftCast" and share it with your friends in the cleft and craniofacial community. Every minute counts ... and you are loved.
EMOTIONS ARE ENERGY (thought) IN MOTION!
Emotions affect not only our mental state, but also different areas of the body. These conscious feelings help individuals fine-tune their behavior to better match the challenges of the environment. Anxiety may be experienced as pain in the chest, for example, whereas falling in love may be associated with warm sensations all over the body. It is thought that this activation of body areas gets us ready to react swiftly to dangers, or pleasurable opportunities, present in the environment around us.
THOUGHTS; EMOTIONS AND ENERGY
HOW YOU EMOTIONAL STATE DETERMINES YOUR ENERGY STATE
So what are we seeing in the picture below?
A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHERE SHOW
different stimuli (words, stories, and movies) in
different languages (English, Taiwanese, Hebrew, Spanish, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, etc) and where photographed with a special camera to show how the stimuli affects or manifests in the body.
The study proved the sensations are not limited to a given language.
The pictures show what was measured physiologically, meaning, feelings only cause a minor change in heart rate or skin temperature—our torsos don’t literally get hot with surprise.
Instead, the results reveal subjective perceptions about the impact of our mental states on the body, a combination of muscle and visceral reactions and nervous system responses that we can’t easily differentiate. Feeling jealous may not truly make us red in the face, for example, but we certainly might feel like it does.
Dr. Allen Lawrence has spent the majority of his professional career focusing on prevention, wellness medicine from a Holistic Body-Mind perspective and medicine to assist his patients in their healing process when needed.
Dr. Lisa Lawrence's focus has been on assisting her clients in making healthy food choices and creating a healthy eating plan as well as assisting her clients with the stresses of everyday life.
Together the Lawrences have currently co-authored 6 books and they have at least 4 more books ready to be published within the next couple of years. The Lawrences’ books reflect their many years of experience working with people to heal medical and health problems, Stress-Related Disorders, that have already caused illness, chronic disease and where individuals are dealing with the possibility of premature death. Click to learn more
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