You Know When You Get Angry/stressed. Now What?

edited October 2014 in General Discussion

Dave Asprey talks about how you can use the heart math to find out when you become stressed/angry/anxious. He specifically mentions doing it while driving. 


 


Once you know those times, what are specific actions you take to mitigate those affects that feel like increased blood pressure, raised temperature, anger, irritation, and sometimes a feeling of loss of control and anxiety. 


 


What exactly is the recommendation? To take deep breaths before starting every challenging problem set or frustrating/time consuming program debugging session? 


Comments

  • Breathing is essential when feeling stressed. It can really do wonders to calm the body. 90% of our day is done in shallow breathing, so be conscious to take some more deep breaths throughout the day! 


    Holistic Nutritionist: bethleahnutrition.com 

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