The book , Super Brain, by Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D is a great read if you truly want to have a better understanding of how our brains work. It is quite interesting and revealing as it helps one to be more “aware,” especially when it comes to stress, our decisions and our behaviors.
Check out this site:
for supplemental information that allows you to explore specific areas of personal interest in a fun,easy manner. This site covers many topics related to stress and is a great place for “self-discovery.” Just go to the toolkit drop down menu and click on Stress Management, or any other topic you see that might be useful, applicable. Good luck!
Another informational site below if you want the basics and key information in regards to Teens and stress and Adults too!
Here..take a glimpse of the power of perception. Each of us has a unique perception of life and all it has to offer. What is yours on a daily basis?
Need a new workout option to “sweat” the Stress away and cleanse your body simultaneously??
“Bounding“, as they call it , is much more difficult than it looks, try it and you will see. Music really helps to get through the first 10 minutes which should be your first goal. Check out the “science behind the Bellicon video and the 6 minute- Power Sculpting video for different moves! Enjoy! Feel great!
A 2014 nutritional discovery for me- Grain Brain, by David Perlmutter, MD. “The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar- Your Brain’s Silent Killers.” Yes, it is informative and it connects to stress because much of our stress develops from how our brain processes and perceives situations and we want it to be sharp and healthy right? Also, what we choose to eat is at times a response to stressful situations, in which case we need to know what those food choices are doing once they enter our body systems and re-think our choices during those times. Yes, it involves your brain, the almighty “NOGGIN” that you have only one of, so take care of it, learn about and get a grip of it.
http://www.MindValleyAcademy.com – this is a pretty good site for inspiration, ideas and simply for gathering helpful information for your well-being.
One of my favorite resource sites is: http://www.deepakchopracenter.com. This site is based on the philosophy and teachings of Deepak Chopra, one f the authors of Super Brain. He is a phenomenal teacher, a resource and provides a wealth of healthy, wellness information for all. There are products, events, video sessions…many, many avenues in which one can be educated, inspired and advance their personal knowledge bank.