Reducing Stress and Incorporating Peace

Posted on September 19, 2013 by Tools For Wellness




Nothing in the affairs of men is worthy of great anxiety. -Plato


We live in a world of uncontrollable change, which is the breeding ground for self-doubt, distrust, and anxiety; no wonder so many people live a stressful life. Though stress can be necessary for an individual to reach their peak performance, it can also be the cause of an illness. People suffering from an enormous amount of stress, usually feel physical pain or even worse, become a high-risk of having a hard attack. Therefore stress is a serious issue, and we must learn to relax to achieve a better health and incorporate peace, in this sometimes crazy world.


Whether the triggers of your stress is work, a relationship, or a different circumstance, understand that we undergo immediate physiological changes, regarding any perceived danger. Our hormone and adrenaline levels increase, which diverts additional blood to the brain and heightens are sensual awareness. Even everyday stress that we normally fight or escape from, may cause us to malfunction physically or mentally if we don’t find a method to bring some peace to our lives. Here are a couple of ways to consider to reduce your stress and bring peace into your life.




Through difficult emotional situations, meditative breathing exercises will help you establish calm-breathing. Fusion of The Five Elements, teaches the essential first level meditations in the Taoist practice. The book is a great source to control your inner energies to deal with outside circumstances. If you don’t have much time to read, sound can induce a state of meditation. Sound Healing can help you get a good night’s sleep, block out room noise and help you relieve pain, along with other relaxation CDs.




Widely-accepted learning processes can teach us to control stress and achieve relaxation. Stress thermometers, computer games, and other biofeedback products are readily available at Tools for Wellness.