La Kinésiologie est une technique de gestion du stress, quelle que soit l’origine de ce stress.

Coping with stress through kinesiology

lymphologieWhen ?

  • Whenever stress appears on the workplace, in the family, in everyday life.

  • In a patient who doesn’t accept his treatment whose duration expands abnormally long.

Which solutions?

You should :

  • Reduce useless stress factors.
    There are two types of stress, one of them being positive (eustress), the other being negative (distress).

  • To reduce our physiological response towards them.
    Managing a situation inadequately entails a degradation of the body or/and emotions.

  • Conscience-raising about and identification of the stress factors.
    Coping with them takes a lot of energy. The wear of the body caused by stress entails chemical modifications and therefore senescence.

  • To select the factors of stress which we need to work on.
    The speed of growing old depends on our ability to cope with stress and on our emotional response.

  • Improving life conditions
    It’s not our situation which imports but our perception of it.

  • Interrupting and neutralising stress.
    We have many internal and external conditioning factors.
    We should modify our perception of the situation.

Which signs?  ?

Physical signs:
Hypertension, cholesterol, low immunity system, changes in weight, etc. We must change our view of the stress factor and we mustn’t let ourselves be dominated by it.

Emotional signs:
Mental exhaustion, anxiety, irritation, etc.

Behavioural signs:
Absenteeism, lower productivity, tendency to having accidents, rise in consumption of medical drugs or alcohol, etc.
Burn-out: “collapse” or “break-down” 

Which instrument ?

  • The muscular precision test. It indicates whether the flow of our energy is disturbed when we are subjected to stress, whatever its origin, since to any meridian corresponds a muscle, an organ, an emotion.

  • Coping with stress through kinesiology is both an instrument of prevention and of therapy.

Who is concerned ?

  • All professions that involve contact with human suffering or that are confronted with death (emergency medicine, care-givers, journalists, etc…).

  • Each of us, in our private as well as professional lives, in good or poor health condition.