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Say Goodbye to Stress and Say Hello to Calm and Focused (Mundelein)

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  • What if the thing that triggered stress made you calm and focused instead, a state with a little bit a laugh or a giggle.   I can tell you that the things that stress you would take on a whole new meaning. 

    Instead shying away from those situations and being at your worst both mentally and physically you would be in the most resourceful state you can imagine and feel completely in control.  When things are there worst, you need to be at your best.  You might say "bring it on!"

    So given the holidays are coming and with them usually a bit of Stress and In addition there are a number of reason to change how you do stress.  


    Problems Related to Stress from WebMD.com   You should take a look.  The link right below

    http://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/features/10-fixable-stress-related-health-problems

    Heart disease. Researchers have long suspected that the stressed-out, type A personality has a higher risk of high blood pressure and heart problems. We don't know why, exactly. Stress can directly increase heart rate and blood flow, and causes the release of cholesterol and triglycerides into the blood stream. It's also possible that stress is related to other problems -- an increased likelihood of smoking or obesity -- that indirectly increase the heart risks.

    Doctors do know that sudden emotional stress can be a trigger for serious cardiac problems, including heart attacks. People who have chronic heart problems need to avoid acute stress -- and learn how to successfully manage life's unavoidable stresses -- as much as they can.


    1.  Heart disease
    2.  Asthma
    3.  Obesity
    4.  Diabetes
    5.  Headaches
    6.  Depression
    7.  Anxiety
    8.  Gastrointestinal problems
    9.  Alzheimer's disease
    10.  Accelerated aging
    11.  Premature death


    There are no spectators at this event.  If you attend you are expected to participate.  If you participate you will change how stress expresses itself you might find you laugh at things that would have stressed you in the past.

    No one in all the years that I have done this, has asked to go back to the way they did stress before. 

    We hope to see you there!

    Bruce and Linda




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  • Bruce

    Liz,

    Yes we will be offering this again at some point in the future.

    4 days ago

  • Liz A.

    I have my last final this day so I can't make it, but I love the theme of the session. Will you be doing this one again? So sad I have to miss, perfect for finals week too :)

    6 days ago

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