How To Reduce Stress In 30 Seconds


Do you ever face stressful situations in your day-to-day living? If you said no, please give me a call — I’d like to know your secret!

Seriously, though, we all face stressful situations virtually on a daily basis. I’m not talking about serious problems like the loss of a loved one. It can be something as simple as an irritating phone call that we unfortunately have to deal with. The problem is that stress has serious side effects. Research has shown that even low levels of chronic, recurring stress can contribute to a variety of illnesses. Physiologically, problems arise because stressful situations cause shallow breathing which leads to a cascade of chemical reactions that can negatively affect your health over time. Shallow breathing, if it becomes habitual, actually reduces lung capacity, which in turn affects brain function.

The solution, fortunately, is quite simple — a quick and easy breathing exercise. It not only helps reduce stress, it also helps your immune system and the function of your central nervous system.

Ready to see a demonstration of this simple exercise? Then watch this short video to get started — and if you have questions or would like me to help you develop a complete program to maintain your health, call me today!