When life gets frantic, are you able to stay calm?
Nature has given us the ability to respond quickly, which allows us to survive when faced with life threatening situations. Demands of modern life are generally not life threatening, however they can trigger our body into a state of high alertness.
Being in a constant state of high alertness is unhealthy. After completing a task, we need to learn to lower activation. This requires practice and guidance.
What are the negative effects of stress on our brain and mind?
The brain only processes information which it considers essential.
As a result we can miss important cues, misinterpret information or make hasty, rushed decisions. Blood pressure and muscle tension can increase. The ability to sleep properly and wake up refreshed can be compromised.
Stress reduces our ability to deal with the challenges that life presents.
Are you able to access the skills you have learned?
Ask yourself: In my life, how much time have I spent learning new skills?
But an equally important question is, how much time have I spent learning how to access these skills when it really matters? Learn skills to stay calm and alert, enabling you to access your potential.
Learn how to stay in control.
We use the latest technology to develop our capacity to deal with stress. Learn new skills that will enhance your performance, health and wellbeing.
Through our training, the frontal part of the brain stays in control. This allows you to assess a situation with a clear mind, choosing the most appropriate response.
Find out how you and your company can benefit from a Stress Management Training tailored to your needs.
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