The global economic crisis has increased stress and anxiety for millions of people everywhere, with no end in sight. This is affecting productivity, causing a lack of being present, a mental fog creating mistakes and stress-induced health and absenteeism costs to organizations.
To help ease some of the strain, HeartMath, a global leader in best practice solutions for stress relief, has released the “De-Stress Kit for the Changing Times”, a free resource for individuals and employers around the country.
Dow Chemical, Boeing, JetBlue, the American College of Healthcare Executives, and many hospitals and clinics, are just some of the organizations already making this free booklet widely available. HeartMath founder Doc Childre is deeply concerned about all the people under great stress from the financial meltdown, who have no tools to help, and don’t understand the bigger picture of what’s going on.
Doc has written the De-Stress Kit with fourteen strategies to limit your stress during this period of great challenge and uncertainty. To download the free kit visit http://www.heartmath.org and click on "De-Stress Kit"
The Institute of HeartMath is an internationally recognized nonprofit research and education organization dedicated to heart-based living – people relying on the intelligence of their hearts in concert with their minds to conduct their lives at home, school, work and play. HeartMath has been researching heart intelligence, stress and emotional management for more than 17 years and applied its findings to practical, easy-to-use tools that have been scientifically developed and tested.
In addition to the free De-Stress kit you’ll find powerful applications on their Web site such as the online Stress and Well-Being Survey that provide personalized, life-changing solutions to help you experience the physical, mental and emotional benefits of heart-based living. These applications, along with HeartMath’s many products and services, help students, educators, parents, workers, healthcare practitioners and professionals around the world transform stress so they can think more clearly, perform better and feel balanced, energized and in control.