Everyone who experiences the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is well aware that stress and anxiety fuel their symptoms. This becomes particularly problematic during the holiday season. When stress is brought under control and anxiety is cut to the quick, symptoms become far less troublesome.
Everyone also knows that medicines and supplements have the potential to suppress symptoms in the short run during the holidays when stress is unavoidable but they offer little promise of long lasting effectiveness. What in the world can deliver on this promise? Are there any simple techniques that can?
My answer is yes.
A am offering a course over the holidays that introduces eight (8) techniques which cost nothing and turn the volume down on an overactive sympathetic nervous system. I did not invent these techniques. They have been extracted and simplified from an extensive body of research on anxiety authored by very knowledgeable researchers. Everyone can use them anytime anywhere.
These simple techniques really will help reduce anxiety and stress over the holidays which is always the most stressful time of the year for most people. The only reason these techniques will not succeed is if you do not activate them when stress rears its ugly head.
The eight techniques are:
- Easy to do
- Accessible 24 hours a day
- Free to access
One stress reduction technique will be introduced each day for eight days over two weeks in November. Each class will conclude with a focused meditation to turn down the volume of holiday anxieties. Classes will convene during each of the following days at 2:00 pm Pacific time (USA) and all 8 classes will be recorded and available for later replay.
(Thursday the 22nd is the USA Thanksgiving Holiday)
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease