There is no Such Thing as Good Stress

Q: What is Stress?

A: Very basically it is the physical, emotional and spiritual tension that arises in a person when they are being pulled or pushed outside of their comfort zone by internal or external forces.

Q: I've heard people talk about good and bad stress. What's the difference?

A: Contrary to what many may think, All Stress is Bad Stress. By this I mean that all stress takes a physical, emotional and spiritual toll on the person leading to things like burnout, illness, premature aging , drug addictions and even premature death.

Q: If we were always in our comfort zone wouldn't we just get lazy and choose to do nothing?

A: Well think about it, is stress the only motivator in your life? What ever happened to doing something because you were excited about it or because it gave you a tremendous amount of pleasure or joy?

Q: I understand external forces causing stress but what do you mean by internal forces causing stress?

A: Here's an example: Do you ever worry that people won't like you? Does this kind of worry make you a slave to the whims of others? Well the "worry that others won't like me" is an example of an internal force causing stress. It causes stress because it is constantly forcing you to try and please those around you whether you really want to or not.

Q: How can a you help me become aware of and deal with internal and external stressors?

A: I think part of the answer is in your question. Firstly, by helping you become aware of these forces. One of the biggest problems is that we just learn to accept these destructive forces in our lives. Secondly, by coaching you to find new ways of living without the need for them.

A powerful new tool called the Mind Resonance Process(TM) helps you become aware of and permanently release negative emotions, beliefs, perceptions and memories that contribute to stress levels and predispose you to illness. The idea of permanently releasing such stress producing factors permanently has not even been thought possible until recently.

Some of the benefits include a sense of resilience, greater energy, a feeling of rejuvenation, feeling lighter, more joyful and optimistic, greater creativity, enhanced intuition, significantly enhanced health and well being and a greater sense of being connected to one's spiritual self. This, all without the use of medications or psychotherapy!

Nick Arrizza M.D. is trained in Psychiatry. He is also a Stress and Performance Researcher and developer of a powerful new tool called the Mind Resonance Process(TM) that helps to release all negative factors that contribute to stress in your life and work. He presents live workshops and tele-conferences to individuals, executives, physicians, professionals and organizations on Managing Stress Through Emotional Self Awareness.

Dr. Nick Arrizza can be contacted via his Web Site at: http://www.telecoaching4u.com or via Email at: [email protected]

In The News:

De-stressing, naturally  The New Indian Express
Tips for managers on keeping stress at bay  Chartered Management Institute
Students and stress management  The Nation Newspaper
Taking back control  The New Indian Express
Stress: what it is and how to deal with it  Chartered Management Institute
Stress & Tension Type Headaches | Massage Professional News  Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies
Stress Management for Nurses  www.oncnursingnews.com/

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