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4 Ways In Which Your Stress Is Already Killing You Slowly And You Don't Even Know It !

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Whenever You Have Experienced Stress, A Complex Hormonal Cascade Has Ensued Which Has Been Slowly Killing Your Body.


Stress is listed by the American Medical Association as the leading basic cause of more than 60% of all illness and disease.


Repeated elevation of cortisol (the stress hormone) sends hunger signals to the brain which leads to overeating & weight gain.


Elevated cortisol (stress hormone) over the long term consistently produces glucose, leading to increased sugar levels - increasing the risk for type 2 diabetes and aggravating an existing diabetes.


Cortisol (stress hormone) suppresses parasympathetic nervous system thereby shutting down the release of enzymes and hormones that control digestion and absorption.

RESULTS : Ulcers , Irritable Bowel Syndrome & Colitis


Cortisol constricts arteries and increases BP to enhance the delivery of oxygen.

Over time, such arterial constriction and high BP leads to vessel destruction and plaque buildup — the perfect scenario for a HEART FAILURE !



ONE DAY WORKSHOP - Neurally Inspired Exercises Of The Mind Targeting Specific Areas Of Your Brain's Neurology


- Activate Your Parasympathetic Nervous System
- Regulate Your BP
- Improve Your Digestion & Metabolism
- Reduce Your Emotional & Biological Sugar
- Reduce Your Emotional & Body Weight

Neuro Plasticity - A Neuroscientific Approach

- Your Brain Changes In Response To Your Experience, Your Action & To Specific Training You Engage In
- Your Brains Systems Of Tension & Emotional Regulation And The Ability To Generate Positive Feelings Are Trainable
- You Can Develop The Ability To Manage Emotions & Concentrate
- You Can Develop Emotional Strength

Why You MUST Attend

- To Phenomenally Improve Your Response To Challenging Circumstances
- To Develop & Retain PEAK ENERGY Levels For Your BEST PERFORMANCE
- To Bring About Long Lasting Personal Transformation
- To Have A Happier & More Fulfilling Personal & Professional Life
- To Reduce Biological Symptoms (like BP, Diabetes, Asthama)
- To Experience Exercises, Activities & Content NOT Available In Any Other Training

Personal Benefits

- Energized & Fitter Mind And Body
- Improved Relations With Self & Others
- Feel Good
- Balanced Emotional State Of Mind
- General Sense Of Happiness & Well-Being Leading To Better Health
- Negative Emotions Like Anger, Frustration, Irritation Reduced Or Even Eliminated

Organizational Benefits

- Better Organizational Results – Work Performance, Decision Making, Creativity, Employee Turnover, Teamwork, Negotiations, Leadership
- Improved Productivity & Efficiency
- Improved Collaboration & Reduced Conflict
- Develop An Emotionally Healthier Work Environment
- Reduced Tension & Better Work Life Balance

Why This Workshop

- All Day Involvement - Technique based
- Based On Contemporary Research As Near As 2011 Instead Of Ancient Studies From 1990 & Prior
- High Impact, Results Oriented, Realistic & Relevant Methodology
- Practical Tools & Techniques To Take Away With You Forever

Who Must Attend

- People Who Take Life Seriously Enough To Understand That Greatest Success Can Be Achieved By Having Total Command Over Your Emotions


Author - Anil D Dagia, NLP Trainer member of ANLP, UK, Foremost NLP Trainer in Mumbai & Pune (India).

© Copyright 5th Element 2014, Pune

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