Stress is affecting our lives in more ways that we can imagine. If the environment in our professional and personal lives is repeatedly triggering the stress response in us, our physical, mental and emotional health will gradually deteriorate.
At the cognitive level we may experience memory problems, inability to concentrate, constant worrying, seeing only the negative, poor judgement & anxiety.
At the emotional level we may experience moodiness, irritability, sense of loneliness and isolation, inability to relax, feeling overwhelmed & depression.
At the physical level we may experience aches and pains, digestive problems, chest pains, high blood pressure, nausea, dizziness, loss of sex drive and frequent colds.
At the behavioural level we may experience irregular eating and sleeping patterns, procrastination or neglecting responsibilities, isolation, using alcohol or drugs and nervous habits.
Fortunately, science has determined that we have the ability to rewire our brain’s neural network in order to prevent triggering the stress response in situations that do not warrant this type of reaction.
On Thursday, October 22nd, I will be leading an evening session in London hosted by the Royal Society of Arts to share with you simple and practical ways to manage stress in the most effective manner.
You will learn tools that will literally reshape your brain’s neural network so that the stress response is not triggered in situations where this function is not required. As a result, you will experience improved physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, you will relate better to others, and you will experience the joy of dealing with work and life in the most creative, balanced, intelligent and peaceful way.
Always at the service of your wellbeing,