Two Powerful Methods to Transcend Life’s Stressors

Today’s stressors in life seem to have escalated off the charts.
Please keep reading if you can relate to any item on this list!

  • Grief and loss
  • Job-related
  • Family related
  • Health
  • Divorce
  • Politics
  • Relationships
  • Retirement
  • Marriage
  • Life Changes
  • Crime around us

It would be very convenient to snap our fingers and make it all disappear, but life doesn’t work that way. What if there was a solution where you could instantly transcend any stressor and lower the damaging physiological response?

Here are two powerful, accessible, and free modalities to implement anytime, anywhere!

My favorite musician is Mark Romero. He combines music with dialogue to harmonize life. A five-minute session can lower the physiological stress response, helping the nervous system return to homeostasis.
You can access his work on YouTube or purchase music from his website. Below is a track on lowering stress.

Breathwork can instantly help calm the nervous system by shifting energy. Slow breathing and focused attention can disrupt and rewire brain pathways responding to stress. A gentle breathwork routine can be:

Inhale four counts through the nose
Hold for four counts
Exhale eight counts through the mouth

For more information, access breathwork for beginners by Niraj Naik here:

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To your health,
Dr. Gerda
Doctor of Natural Medicine and Holistic Cancer Consultant

Disclaimer: The information in this blog is intended for educational purposes only. As a Board-Certified Doctor of Natural Medicine and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, I do not diagnose or treat disease, an area well attended by licensed physicians. Instead, I identify healing opportunities within the body. Once identified, function and health may be restored by rebalancing the underlying causes and
conditions of health challenges. Rebalancing the body’s systems can be a proven stabilizer adjunctive to medical protocols. Not all recommendations may be appropriate for everyone. Consulting with your physician before engaging in alternative concepts or protocols is recommended.

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