How to manage stress


Stress in itself is not a bad thing.

Stress is the psycho-organic state produced by the gap between your potential and the challenges that you need to face to achieve this.



To manage stress, you do not have to limit yourself to relaxation; rather you need to learn to effectively regulate your breathing patterns. Without it, human beings would be vulnerable and would not be able to fight, work, or survive.

Stress keeps you up above the line, coping with daily life and makes you reach your most outrageous dreams. What is bad however, is when stress levels become excessive and we lose control over it.

The DeRose Method teaches various techniques to help maintain and control healthy stress levels without making severe changes to your everyday lifestyle.

One of these techniques is Breathing Re-education: 

The abdomen is the first part of the body that we tense when we are stressed. In order to manage and reduce stress take deep breaths expanding your abdomen each time you inhale and retracting when you exhale.

Try breathing in in 4 seconds, holding your breath with your lungs full for 4 seconds, exhaling in 4 seconds and holding without breath for 4 seconds.

Avoid inhaling or exhaling through the mouth at all costs and make sure you are moving your abdomen.

The DeRose Method is an efficient resource for reducing stress to a healthy level – 90% of those who practise it feel the effect of stress reduction from their very first session. This is because DeRose Method incorporates specific techniques that not only minimize general fatigue but also eliminate the chain reaction of secondary effects such as: heart attacks, high blood pressure, migraines, insomnia and depression. Book here your trial lesson!

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