Benefits of Reduced Stress
Job, career, vocational benefits of less stress and more relaxation
- Improved job performance. Get more done.
- Increased job satisfaction.
- Better concentration at work.
- Improved learning ability and better retention of information, i.e. short- and long-term memory.
- Improved relationships with supervisors and co-workers.
- Improved domestic relationships which impact our work relationships and general feeling of well-being and vice versa.
- Improved general health which results in less absenteeism.
- Personal and family life benefits from relaxation and a reduction in stress.
- Better personal and family relationships.
- Better quality and quantity of sleep.
- Improved physical energy.
- A better sex life.
- Better sleep.
- Greater enjoyment of life.
- Increased self-esteem.
- Improved academic grades.
- Reduced feeling of social and/or personal inadequacy.
- Increased alertness and faster reaction time.
- Less forgetfulness, fewer minor accidents and mishaps.
- Greater level of tolerance towards daily challenges.
- Ability to leave work at the office.
- Take leave, go on vacation, have time off.
- Chill. Relax without guilt.
- Improved general health.
- Reduces high blood-pressure.
- Reduces risk of heart attacks.
- Fewer tension headaches and migraines.
- Reduces the depth and duration of the feeling of depression.
No matter what’s happening around you…
Learn to chill, relax, unwind, re-charge your batteries.
Personal Benefits of doing this Stress Less Course
- Raise your conscious awareness and observation skills.
- Get targeted practices to adjust your stress settings, some of which work immediately and can be used anywhere, any time, while others are preventative measures.
- Learn to chill, relax and enjoy life more.
- Improved discernment.
- Find appropriate ways to blow off steam and have release valves for excess pressure.
- Heightened creative thinking to come up with workable solutions.
- Get a more positive outlook on life.
- Better health, more energy, better sleep.
- Use stress to supercharge your activities.