Stress has been found to be the precursor to most major chronic and acute medical conditions. The effects of stress on our physiology, however, are not limited to conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. Rather, modern science has revealed that uncontrolled stress is a major contributor to inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune disorders like multiple sclerosis, and the entire spectrum of cancers. Besides, we know from experience that high levels of stress make life difficult and keep us from actively enjoying our lives and families.
We also know that stress is a natural part of our experience. In fact, our experience of stress is an evolutionary necessity that helps us to identify dangerous versus pleasurable experiences and environments. So what do we do when stress gets out of control? Enter’s Stress Reduction programs. We use evidence-based interventions like mindfulness meditation, deep breathing, yoga, music, and guided imagery to teach you to respond to stress in more effective ways. I’m not simply interested in calming you down at our sessions, rather, you deserve to learn practical skills that you can take with you to implement in your daily life.
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