/ Par Nura Valvekens / Vivre zen
How to reduce stress within few minutes.
Do you feel burnout, frustrated, fatigue, irritated? Do you have sleeping problems, poor concentration, headache? These are mostly the symptoms of stress. Stress plays significant part in our life. Stress is our body's response to pressure. Many different situations or life events can cause stress. Everyone expresses stress from time to time. Feeling constantly stress can effect your Mind, Body, Behaviour and Emotions.
Stress is a huge factor that we can not avoid in our life: related to finances, work, relationships, environment, and other situations. But you can control it. There are two main types of stress; acute stress and chronic stress. These describe the difference between the little stresses that we experience on a daily basis, and the more severe stress that can build up when you are exposed to a stressful situation over a longer period . Being aware of how you react to stressors and seeking professional help can help reduce the negative feelings and effects of stress, and to manage it more effectively. We maintain our car, house etc. But it is also very important to take care of our emotional mental state. As my teacher said: if you want to move the chair you can do it yourself, but if you want to move the sofa than ask for help. If you are feeling stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, then I am here to help you. In last few years I have successfully conducted sessions in different countries. It is does not matter in which country you are, as I can help you with online sessions. Today I would like to share with you simple yet very powerful breathing technique that will in few minutes reduce your stress level.
Its called Box breathing. There’s sufficient evidence that intentional deep breathing can actually calm and regulate the autonomic nervous system. Before you get started, make sure that you’re seated upright in a comfortable chair with your feet flat on the floor. Try to be in a stress-free, quiet environment where you can focus on your breathing.
Keeping your hands relaxed in your lap with your palms facing up, focus on your posture. You should be sitting up straight. This will help you take deep breaths. How to do Box Breathing Step 1: Breathe in slowly through your nose counting to 4 slowly. Feel the air going down to your belly.. Step 2: Hold your breath for 4 seconds. Step 3: Slowly exhale through your mouth for 4 seconds, expelling the air from your lungs and abdomen. Be conscious of the feeling of the air leaving your lungs. Step 4: Hold your breath for 4 seconds before repeating this process. . Repeat for 5-10 minutes.
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Spécialités : Hypnose , Méditation , Programmation neuro linguistique (PNL) , Reiki , Relaxation , Thérapie brève , Thérapie cognitivo-comportementale , Thérapies somato-émotionnelle , Trauma Release Exercices (TRE)
Problématiques : Anxiété , Burn-out , Confiance en soi , Dépression , Emotion , Estime de soi , Fatigue chronique , Jalousie pathologique , Phobie , Prise de parole en public , Stress , Traumatismes , Troubles du sommeil
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