How To Stress Less In 5 Minutes

Learn how to quickly control and manage your stress with these fast and easy techniques

Maybe you can’t enjoy this view live, but let’s get you into this level of zen mental head space!

In 2016 and 2017, I was teaching in-person classes on stress management and meditation, but soon realized that people were so busy, they couldn’t find time to attend. It was difficult to watch the negative health spiral of being too busy, then too stressed, then failing to perform at one’s best. The exhaustion meant it was taking more time to get things done because they were stressed and struggling to focus.

To help, I launched an online version of the class to help busy people learn, and easily incorporate, relaxation techniques — in whatever time they can squeeze in — at home, work, school or on-the-go. Learning to meditate and relieve stress using the techniques in this class can help you to build mental strength and resilience, which leads to a more balanced lifestyle.

Everyone can benefit from experiencing less stress, but a lot of people don’t even realize that they are suffering emotionally, physically and cognitively from chronic stress. During stress response, your heart rate increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises. If you don’t take the time to reduce stress on a daily basis it can lead poor health. As yourself do you suffer from…

Feeling agitated, frustrated, or moody. Do you become overwhelmed – as if you’re are losing (or need to take) control? Are you having difficulty relaxing and quieting your mind, or feeling self-critical and avoiding others? These are signs of emotional stress.

Physical symptoms of stress include: Low energy, headaches, intestinal upset, body aches, chest pain, insomnia (or too much sleep), frequent colds and infections, loss of sexual desire, body temperature fluxuations (especially in the hands and feet), ringing in the ears, or mouth/jaw/swallowing issues.

Constant worrying, racing thoughts, forgetfulness, lack of focus,disorganization, poor judgment, impulsiveness and pessimism are all signs of cognitive stress.

The seven meditation techniques you will learn with the 5 Minutes to Less Stress program will help to restore a healthy body/mind/spirit balance. In this lecture we will explore the science that supports meditation for stress release and how it can help you. The downloadable resource also directs you to additional scientific support and way meditation can help you be your best self. 5 Minutes To Less Stress!. Use the code LAUNCH2018 for a special discount.

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