People experience a wide variety of stress symptoms including, headaches, fatigue, brain fog, panic attacks, irritability, digestive issues, anger, anxiety, sleeping problems, sickness, and many chronic diseases because of their stress. I learned that stress is one of the most detrimental problems we have in our society.
I also learned that stress can be understood,
it can be reduced,
and yes, even prevented
. There are scientifically proven methods
that can actually reverse these negative effects that stress has on us individually and in our families, organizations, and communities.
As I began to learn about and teach these principles to others, the results were astounding. One woman I will never forget, struggled with fibromyalgia
. It hurt her horribly to just to have her clothes touch her skin. One day, after she had struggled to make it to class, I noticed she was crying. After we practiced the deep relaxation method we did that day, I went to see if I could help her. She looked up at me and said, "No you don't understand. These are not tears of pain. These are tears of joy. This is the first time I have not been in pain for years." I have seen people relieved
of chronic tension headaches, burnout, insomnia, post-traumatic stress, road rage, serious depression, suicidal thoughts
, and many, many other issues. I have seen people become more productive, creative, and focused. I know many who are happier in their relationships and in their places of work, not because things around them have changed, but because they have changed.
They are healthier, have more joy; they are on the road to living a well-balanced, satisfying life.It is the most rewarding feeling
to be a part of anyone's success over stress; so much so that I have dedicated my life's work to doing just that - helping others by teaching them the things that I have learned over the past 30 years. I know these methods work.
I have seen it in the research. I have seen it in myself. I have seen it in the thousands of people I have worked with over the years.
I hope that if you struggle with stress, I can help you too.