Would you like to know a simple mental performance hack to make
yourself think more clearly or up your problem solving game during busy periods at work?
Other people can’t put pressure on you unless they are actually standing on your shoulders.
In this article we examine how pressure affects our wellbeing and decision-making and what to do about it.
We have a natural variability in the spacing between our heart beats. This phenomenon is called heart rate variability, and HRV for short. It says a lot about our bodily systems, which is why athletes and health enthusiasts alike have been so interested in this, and why you should be too.
In this video I’ll demonstrate a simple technique that you can use to reduce anxiety.
It’s not a cure but actually regular practice will help slow down your anxiety response to things, so it’s a quick and effective technique that you can use even in the office without anyone noticing.
A few weeks ago I was speaking at a conference and I was introduced as a “Resilience” coach.
After I spoke, a delegate asked me what resilience meant, because they had heard it many times but had never really gotten a clear definition of it.
My definition is that resilience is the difference between surviving and thriving.
This device uses auricular, or ear-based neurostimulation, which has proven to be an effective non-invasive method of vagus nerve stimulation. It’s not a medical device, it’s designed for those of us that could do with being more resilient to stress but don’t need surgical implants. To this end Neuvana claim that the device will help improve sleep, improve resilience to stress, reduce anxiety and improve mood.