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More information“Stress Less” is an instructional offering that teaches specific stress management techniques. Stress can not only exacerbate but also trigger illness and disease. It is widely known that most illness is the result of emotional distress. Distress, that negative branch of stress, can have damaging effects on us physiologically, emotionally, and spiritually. Stress is associated with many diseases such as coronary heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, hypertension, peptic ulcers, pain syndromes, headaches, infections, allergies, arthritis, and cancer, just to name a few. Eustress, or positive stress, can motivate us to embrace challenges and embark on a journey of change. Often this difference is a subtle one that depends on our cognitive assessment and on our intentional response.
The purpose of “Stress Less” is to increase awareness of the consequences that untreated stress can have in your life, to offer practical tools to deal with those pervasive stressors, and to encourage intentional responses to stress as opposed to automatic reactions. What are the benefits of practicing relaxation and meditation techniques? Among the many restorative, rejuvenate and healing effects of the following practices include, lowering of the blood pressure, lowering and regularization of the heart rate, relaxation of the muscles, slowing of the respiration rate, cleansing of lactate acid from the muscles, enhanced functioning of the immune system, and increased production of alpha brain waves, which are associated with states of peace, relaxation and harmony.
The Science Behind Imadulation’s Guided Imagery
The mental images we hold affect not only our emotions, but also our physiology. Guided Imagery is a technique that utilizes powerful and positive sensorial experiences to heal the mind-body connection. Imadulation's unique Guided Imagery contains a prosodic, soothing, melodic voice spoken over peaceful music with sounds from nature. Combined with binaural audio, these techniques have been shown scientifically to promote a