Your partner flakes out on you.
A deal falls through.
Your workload doubles overnight - and your boss refuses a raise.
When you feel stress, your body responds with a rush of hormones that kick you into fight-or-flight mode, which over time taxes your adrenals and exhausts your system.
The next thing you know, you're having a brawl with a parking attendant or picking a fight with your spouse - over toothpaste.
It's time to calm the f#*! down, darling.
There are easy and simple tools to manage that stress response and put things back into perspective. The One Minute Breath is perhaps one of the most effective ways to reset your system and reestablish a state of dignity and powerful calm.
Watch the video to get instructions on how to do it:
When you consciously slow down the breath you're sending the nervous system the message that you are safe and that it can put down the poison-tipped spear.
One of the best things about this particular tool is that you can do it literally anywhere. In a meeting, on an airplane, in bed, even underwater (I've tried and it's great for scuba diving!).
If you want to know more, be sure to download the free PDF with instructions and extra tips below: