Coping with stress through kinesiology
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.
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? ?
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.
Mental exhaustion, anxiety, irritation, etc.
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.