Category Archives: Self Regulation

Tips For Emotional Wellbeing

A repost blog from heartmath.org HeartMath® Appreciation Tool™ and Exercises An effective way to improve mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being is to invoke and sustain sincere appreciation. The greater your capacity for sincere appreciation, the deeper the connection to … Continue reading

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|Stress Management and the Heart. Get the Facts!

The Science of the Heart: Did you know from HeartMath

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The Depletion of Stress

  Stress will  deplete you or renew you. Make sure you are creating a practice of renewal. In that state experience love, happiness, inner balance, acceptance to name a few emotions.If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed try the … Continue reading

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Stress: The Attitude Adjuster

How stressed are you? Everyone responds to stress differently. Take this quick test to see if you are experiencing stress. The items you check will reveal how much stress is affecting your life. ❏ I feel overly tired or fatigued. … Continue reading

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Rewiring Stress

One way to combat stress is to have a healthy coherent heart.  Coherence is defined as smooth and balanced heart rhythms. Stress can cause heart rhythms to become incoherent or unbalanced. If the heart remains in an unbalanced state for too long,  an … Continue reading

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Stress and a Healthy Heart

According to Heart.org, Everyone feels stress in different amounts and reacts to it in different ways. How much stress you feel and how you react to it can lead to a wide variety of health problems — and that’s why … Continue reading

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