By On November 25th, 2014

Mindfulness Teacher, Jaisa Sulit, provides a 3 minute stress reduction break

Jaisa Sulit has been a contributor to NeuroNotes on the subject of mindfulness meditation and its application to brain injury. Last week in Toronto, Jaisa spoke at the ABI Network Conference on mindfulness and has shared with me a 3 minute breathing space exercise which she recommends to do several times a day as part of the mindfulness-based stress reduction program that she teaches.

With the holidays coming up, I thought that a 3 minute stress reduction exercise could help all of us get through the hectic and sometimes stressful holiday period. So, thanks to Jaisa Sulit for her generous sharing of this exercise. Playing UFABET เข้าสู่ระบบ เดิมพันทันที can be another effective way to cope with stress, providing a fun and immersive escape from the pressures of the season.

Other activities like sex can assist you with unwinding, and take your psyche off ordinary concerns and nerves. During sex your body discharges endorphins and oxytocin, and these vibe great chemicals make sensations of unwinding and closeness, as well as assisting with fighting off nervousness and gloom for which many experts recommend a G-spot vibrator.

Similarly as it can help chemicals with constructive outcomes, sex appears to diminish levels of adrenaline and cortisol, known as “stress chemicals. 3 In response to stress, the body produces these stimulating hormones, and elevated levels can trigger a “fight or flight” response. Having too much cortisol throughout the day is not good for your brain or body, but it can be necessary and helpful in an emergency situation.

Click here to take your 3 minute break!

2 Responses

  1. Heidi says:

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