We need stress, but just the right amount, and techniques to keep us healthy and resilient to its detrimental affects when we are on overload. The relationship between stress and human performance has been studied since the 1800s, and is represented by the curve above. It helps us understand that stress is not a bad thing, but working within our optimal range drives our performance and quality of life. We know that stress is an inevitable part of life, but it is our reaction to stress that can help us thrive!
Enhance your quality of life, improve your physical and mental health, and build lasting resiliency to stress with a deep understanding of science necessary to build a toolbox of healthy interventions to combat stress.
In our sessions, you will learn how to transform your relationship with stress by:
This instruction is perfect for anyone, but is particularly helpful for those wanting to manage, prevent, and thrive under stress. For more information, please email me at email@example.com
FACTS ABOUT STRESS:
The most common symptoms of stress and the percentage of people who experienced them include: