HeartMath: Stress and Brain Function – Rollin McCraty

http://calmingtechnology.org http://www.heartmath.com Rollin McCraty is a recognized, global leader in emotional physiology, stress management and the physiology of heart-brain research. Presented to the Calming Technology Lab @ Stanford University read more →

Want to know a simple screening test your Doctor won’t tell you about?

Do you feel out of balance? If you’ve been to your GP recently for a routine health check, your Doctor will most likely have taken your blood pressure and ordered blood testing for glucose and cholesterol, kidney function etc. as well as checking for various cancers.   These are standard tests and good information you.. read more →

6 Easy Tips for Building Emotional Resilience

Stress. The one unpleasant word that is commonly uttered by millions of workers across Australia. Here are some easy tips for building emotional resilience. No matter what you do for a living, sometimes you can’t help but to feel stress with work but it’s perfectly normal to feel that way. It’s how you deal and.. read more →

HeartMath Company Background

Company Background Located in the beautiful redwoods of Boulder Creek California, HeartMath® LLC is a spinoff of the original HeartMath organization, the Institute of HeartMath, founded in 1991 by Doc Childre. The Institute’s groundbreaking research on heart/brain communication and the power of coherence, a highly efficient psychological state where all the systems of the body.. read more →

The Science Behind HeartMath emWave® Technologies

The emWave technologies and the tools and techniques of the HeartMath system are based on over 17 years of scientific research on the psychophysiology of stress, emotions, and the interactions between the heart and brain. The Heart–Brain Connection Most of us have been taught in school that the heart is constantly responding to “orders” sent.. read more →

Tips on dealing with anxiety at work

Everyone deals with moments where they feel stressed out because of work, and it is a very common problem that is embedded into our everyday lives. Some people cope with stress extremely well but there are others who bottle up excessive stress which puts them in a situation where they aren’t able to function at.. read more →

23 Apr 2013
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