Stress Work Place

Stress Management in the Workplace QUICKLY OCCURRING – LASTING BENEFITS The superficial nature of most conventional stress management solutions doesn’t cause a lasting internal transformation of the individual. When a person lacks a strong baseline experience of inner happiness and positive energy, he or she becomes too dependent upon the environment for psychological well being. Enter the dragon (prescription drug

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Stress is Fattening

Stress can be Fattening, study finds Studies of mice and monkeys show that repeated stress — and a high-fat, high-sugar diet — release a hormone, neuropeptide Y, that causes a buildup of abdominal fat, researchers from Georgetown University reported. Manipulating levels of that hormone could melt fat from areas where it is not desired and accumulate it where it is

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Stress in the Workplace

QUICKLY OCCURRING – LASTING BENEFITS The superficial nature of most conventional stress management solutions doesn’t cause a lasting internal transformation of the individual. When a person lacks a strong baseline experience of inner happiness and positive energy, he or she becomes too dependent upon the environment for psychological well being. Enter the dragon (prescription drug based corporate health-sick care. 60

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Panic Attacks, Anxiety and the Heart

Scared to Death Panic Attacks (Severe Anxiety) May Cause Heart Attacks Mike’s comments in bold. Panic disorder involves unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms including chest pain, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness or abdominal distress. Panic disorder patients are more likely to be female, overweight, smokers and have a history of depression. About 2.4

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Headache

Lack of oxygen, caused by poor breathing or breath obstruction, is one of the hidden, yet most direct, causes of headaches. High chest breathing pattern is another strong creator of headaches. That is why relief from head pain may be only a few breaths away. Oxygen is the most vital element you need to live. Without air, we die fairly

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Autism

When lack of Oxygen effects Autism  Majid ALi MD Airway Abnormality Linked to Autism Posted by: “DStradford@aol.com” DStradford@aol.com stradford2001 Wed Oct 26, 2011 7:19 am (PDT) Airway Abnormality, A Possible Link To Autism _Autism_ (http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/autism/) and autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) are currently diagnosed primarily through subjective observation of autistic behaviors. However, new research, presented at CHEST 2011, the 77th annual meeting of the American

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Anxiety

Anxiety, blood pressure, phobias, addictions, anger or pain reduction; calming and relaxation. “The complex has its roots in the simple.”  Lau-Tzu   Anxiety & Breathing to Maintain Calm Anything you do 4,000 to 20,000 times a day will influence you in ways you never may have considered. Your breathing controls 95% of your fuel-to-energy production and flow. The entire autonomic

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