Health Screening
 




 

      


 

Emotion & Stress Health Screening

Stress is pervasive, life threatening and very modern


  • An estimated 75% to 90% of visits to primary-care physicians are for stress-related complaints
  • In 2003, people in the United States alone bought nearly $17.2 billion worth of antidepressants and antianxiety drugs, up more than 100 percent from 2001.
  • According the Centers for Disease Control, adult use of antidepressantgs almost triples from 1988 to 1994 and 1999 to 2000
  • A Harvard study showed individuals who lived in a state of anxiety were four and half times more likely to suffer sudden cardiac death than non anxious individuals.

 


Some researchers have concluded it’s our perception of events, not the actual events themselves that cause most of our stress. HeartMath researchers,however, have studied the problem of stress for over 23 years and have determined it’s not only our perception of events, but more significantly, our "emotional response" to perception. Through HeartMath’s scientifically validated tools you can learn to change stress responses by managing your emotions, activating positive emotions and converting your old negative response patterns into new positive ones.

  





 


 


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  • Iritability: Shorter fuse these days, the little things make you angrier?
  • Sense of humor: Laughing less, too serious?
  • Worry: Reliving or projecting future anxious emotional experiences? Depresses, resigned over the way things are?
  • Excessiveness: Eating, drinking too much , too many mood-altering stimulants?
  • Forgetfullness: Can't remember little things lately, have mental gridlock?
  • Aches and Pains: Recurring headaches, frequent gastrointestinal distress, tension in face, jaw, shoulders, back or chest?
  • Nervousness: Talking faster, more than in the past?
  • Fatigue: Feeling run-down a lot? Tired, but can't get restful sleep?
  • Illness: Suffering allergies, colds, flu and otehr ailments more often?
  • Time pressure: Often feel as if there is not enough time, too much to do?
If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, there’s a good chance you are experiencing some degree of chronic stress, but take heart: You can control your stress and HeartMath will help.

Stress Management Tip:
Take five minutes several times a day, whether or not you’re feeling especially stressed, to try these simple steps adapted from the HeartMath Attitude Breathing®tool.

  • Focus on your heart as you breathe in.
  • Concentrate on a positive feelings or attitudes as you breathe out.
  • Lock in this new feeling as you continue to breathe it in and out through your heart.
  • As you become adept at using this HeartMath tool, select new feelings and to help you "de-stress" as needed.
Benefits of Stress Reduction

  • Improved health, feeling of well-being and quality of life
  • Improved intuition, memory and cognitive function
  • More energy during the day, restful sleep at night
  • More heartful feelings like love, appreciation and kindness
  • Less impatience, irritability, fits of anger
 

" If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, i would have to say itis avoiding worry, stress and tension. and if you didn;t ask ask me, i'd still have to say it"

                                  -George F. Burns, Beloved American Comedian, 1896-1996
 
Please do feel to book an appointment with us for our Heartmath professional to offer assessment and treatments~

 
 

 
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