You don’t need a quiz to tell you there’s stress in your life. That’s true always and forever. But it can be helpful to better understand how that stress makes you feel—and how well you’re coping with it. Because there are no “objective” stressors. Whether it’s work, finances, family, health, or any other potential life… Continue reading What’s your stress score (and why should you care?)
By the time you finish the program, you’ll have a pro-level understanding of the science behind sleep, stress, and recovery—along with a reliable, repeatable step-by-step playbook for coaching your clients through it all. All of the above means better results for your clients, in all areas of their lives—from their health and fitness, to their… Continue reading FAQ: PN Level 1Sleep, Stress Management, and Recovery Coaching Certification: Frequently Asked Questions.
If you’re a health, nutrition, or fitness coach… Your clients need more from you than ever before. Maybe they haven’t said that outright. But they might be telling you in other ways: “My life is SO crazy right now.” “I just want to feel like myself again.” “I can’t stick to anything.” These aren’t just… Continue reading Opening: The PN Level 1 Sleep, Stress Management, & Recovery Coaching Certification
A hospital in the US is trying to deal with stress amongst staff and patients. They’ve created therapeutic gardens and had visits from baby goats. Find out more about fighting stress in hospitals on the People Fixing the World podcast. Produced and edited by Richard Kenny. Filmed by Dan Pred. Reporter: Myra Anubi. Source link
“Everything in my life is hot garbage.” Okay, sometimes it sure feels that way. But objectively speaking, it’s just not true. Statements like, “My entire life sucks” or “I’m never going to be happy” have a name: Cognitive distortions. Or, thoughts that feel true, but aren’t. If you have thoughts like this, it doesn’t mean… Continue reading The thought tool that can lower your stress instantly
“The goal to successful weight loss is to preserve as much muscle as possible and at the same time lose as much body fat as possible.” Sandeep Maheshwari is a name among millions who struggled, failed and surged ahead in search of success, happiness and contentment. Just like any middle class guy, he too had… Continue reading How To Stay Fit & Active? Podcast #5 | Diet & Nutrition Tips | Hindi
There’s a secret weapon for dealing with something unexpected. And you might be used to thinking of it as something that would undermine you, not help you shine. Just ask Wendy Berry Mendes, PhD. She’s the Sarlo/Ekman Professor of Emotion at the University of California, San Francisco. But earlier in her life, she was a… Continue reading What Is Good Stress?
Despite vaccines protecting the large majority of the UK population from becoming seriously ill with Covid, and no lockdowns being brought in over Christmas, levels of anxiety and depression were “on a par with the same time last year,” said Dr Daisy Fancourt, lead author from UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care. Source link
Too much stress, or the wrong kind, can harm our health. Yet stress can also be a positive force in our lives, keeping us focused, alert, and at the top of our game. It all depends what kind of stress it is, how prepared we are to meet it — and how we view it. +++… Continue reading SSR: Good stress, bad stress: Finding your sweet spot
During the Covid pandemic, 41% of Americans struggled with mental health and poor mental health has a big impact on business. For many, working from home has become the new normal, which has led to more lonely, isolated and over-worked employees. Now more than ever companies are taking the issue seriously. The BBC’s Aaron Heslehurst… Continue reading Covid and mental health: The silent pandemic – BBC News