Did you know…
That stress can have a hazardous effect on both your short and long-term health? Research has shown that stress has profound physiological and psychological effects. Long periods of sustained or frequent stress have been linked to obesity, anxiety disorders, cardiovascular problems and more. Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco have even found evidence directly linking stress to a shortened life expectancy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Could I benefit from heart math coaching?
Anxiousness and worrying
Insomnia (especially from a ‘busy’ mind)
Inability to relax
Feelings of being alone or the only one with your problem
Feelings of being overwhelmed
Weight gain (especially fat, not muscle)
Changes in heart rate
Changes in appetite
What should I expect during a heart math consultation?
Visiting with a Heart Math coach will involve an evaluation of your symptoms followed by a heart rate variability measurement. Based on the results, your Heart Math coach can make recommendations for learning how to better manage stress and prevent negative reactions to it. This may include the use of a Heart Math emWave device, through which patients can learn how to control stressful thinking and emotions, converting them into thoughts of peace and relaxation. Using the emWave device is as simple as attaching its sensor to your ear and focusing your mind on relaxation. The emWave provides an indicator light that changes as the heart rate variability increases.
What types of results can I expect from Hearth Math technology and applications?
UCLA Newsroom, “Study identifies mechanism linking stress to physical illness, aging”, http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/ucla-study-identifies-mechanism-53166.aspx