It is estimated that 75-90% of all doctor's office visits are for stress related ailments and complaints.
What's getting in your way?
-Irritability or anger
-Changes to sleep / appetite
-Anxiety, nervousness, worry
-Acid reflux or upset stomach
-Fatigue or low energy
-Feeling sad or depressed
-Lack of motivation / interest
What is the stress response, and what can I do about it?
Stress is activation of:
1) the sympathetic nervous system (body) response, that results in
2) the fight-or-flight (emotional) response.
But, you already know this. Think of jumping for joy, shaking in your boots, curling up in a ball, or being so excited that you can't eat, sleep, etc. Stress is simply the connection, and build up, of body and emotions - regardless of whether the stress is 'good' or 'bad.'
This is why ResetStress.com provides VIRTUAL TRE® APPOINTMENTS for you to learn simple steps linking to a complex neurogenic response that you already have - think of emotional energy coming out physically (the opposite of stress), and in this case as an outlet - not an overflow.
This neurogenic process is a way to safely, comfortably, and controllably, 'shake off stress,' and it is being used around the world from soldiers to school children. Find out what your benefits will be with TRE®!
Steps to Reset Stress
Schedule a virtual appointment to learn the TRE® technique.
'Shake it off' with daily practice, and generally 6-12 weekly, virtual, appointments to support your progression.
Feel better. Enjoy your body, emotions, mind - and life - with less stress!
Find out why the TRE® technique is officially in 87 countries, translated into 17 languages, studied by the Veterans Administration (VA), and identified by the Defense Centers of Excellence.
People are not broken. We are designed to get worked up, and we are designed to calm back down. But, when we don't know the path to calming down, or get overwhelmed and can't find it on our own, a little help to be shown steps can be a welcomed support. Let us show you what you can do!
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM)
“We need strategies so clients can 'unlearn' the nervous system's response to trauma."
Bessel van der Kolk, MD,
Advances in the Treatment of Trauma
"I think some of the best therapy one can do is therapy that is very largely non-verbal where the main task of the therapist is to help people to feel what they feel - to notice what they notice, to see how things flow within themselves, and to reestablish their sense of time inside."
Dr. Bessel van der Kolk,
The Body Keeps the Score
(141 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List for Nonfiction, with 27 of those weeks in the #1 spot
“You can tell equilibrium has been restored when the physiology [body] calms down.”