Category Archives for "Eutaptics on Stress"

Why do We Think Our Worst Thoughts When We’re Stressed?

Eutaptics Explains Why We Think The Worst When Stressed

When you’re feeling stressed your body is in the emergency “fight, freeze or flight” mode. It goes into varying degrees and intensities of this state whenever you’re feeling any negative emotion. While you are in this emergency state, certain changes happen biologically and neurologically. Stress chemicals like adrenaline and cortisol flood your bloodstream; blood is […]

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  • October 20, 2016
The Real Cause of All Stress

Eutaptics on The Real Cause of All Stress

Stress is one of the top causes of illness, disease and death. While there are many variations and combinations of triggers for stress there is only one cause. Stress is the body’s response to the mind’s perception. In other words: you experience something and your mind perceives that experience in a certain way that causes […]

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  • October 20, 2016

Getting Rid of Stress Using Eutaptics

Apart from not feeling good, prolonged stress can take its toll on the body and brain. It also affects performance, decision-making, communication skills, physical strength and stamina, cognitive thinking, and so much else. The effects of stress can vary from one person to another; but the overall effects are highly detrimental. The brain and body […]

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  • October 19, 2016

From Living in Stress to Happiness Using Eutaptics

Sara Prové is a speech therapist who works with kids between the ages of 13 and 21 years old. These are children with moderate mental retardation who are being prepared to work within a safe environment; and Sara supports them in the classroom as well as providing individual sessions. In the one-to-one sessions, Sara uses Eutaptics […]

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  • October 19, 2016
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How to Use Eutaptics to Outsmart Day-to-Day Stress

One of the biggest challenges for those who are trying to improve their lives is day-to-day stress. Reading, listening to, or attending a live event on any self-development modality may be effective in the short term. However those effects tend to wear off for most people, when they go back to their daily lives.

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  • October 19, 2016