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Neuroscience a tool for Stress relief?

The biggest impediment to productivity is stress. Ironically, striving for more productivity actually causes more stress, and more stress hinders your productivity, leaving you in a vicious cycle. Stress can be really destructive and is the cause of various physical and mental problems.

Most people prescribe medicines for stress, and yet others describe therapies. However, these two are on two opposite ends, and one is too effective (side-effects), and the other isn’t effective at all. You need something in the middle, which can eliminate stress while not causing additional side-effects.

Another option would be to spend a 6-week vacation on a beautiful island and leave all stress behind. For one, most of us do not have the option to take a break like that and secondly, the stress would catch up with you again shortly after you go back to your regular life.

How Negativity causes more Stress

Negative thoughts are one of the causes of stress, and you need to eliminate negativity in your life in order to eliminate stress. But thinking of doing it is one thing, and actually eliminating negativity is a whole other ballgame. Negativity isn’t something you eliminate in an instant. It takes some time to bring the factors into place that help remove this negativity.
Often, we are not even aware that we are thinking negative thoughts. “I will not fail again” is a very negative thought giving your brain all of the wrong signals.

Positive thinking can be (re-)learned.

Once again, you need a cure for negativity, which in turn would cure your stress. While yes, there are measures that help you reduce your stress, they are all temporary. They don’t eliminate the stress, but they reduce the effects of it. For example, think of stress as a tree. You can keep cutting the branches of the tree, but over time, these branches will grow back.

If you attack the root, however, the tree does not grow back. Similarly, stress has effects, and you can reduce these effects, but they will keep coming back. But if you eliminate the root problems themselves, stress is eliminated. You feel fresher. More positive. More productive.And all this can be done by a little brain training. Basically, you need a way to help your brain cope with problems. A way to eliminate negative thoughts. A way towards a more positive lifestyle that empowers you, and more importantly, a lifestyle without stress.

What NeuroWisdom101 brings to the table

Here is why I recommend Mark Waldman´s NeuroWisdom101: With in-depth neuroscience researcher Mark Robert Waldman at its helm, and it using various brain techniques and exercises over a period of 8 weeks, you can really eliminate the root causes of your stress.

Indeed, these techniques are scientific in nature and have been derived from years of research, and thousands of satisfied customers are a testament to the effectiveness of Neuroscience 101. Without stress, you can lead a better life, physically, mentally and socially. You see, stress doesn’t just strain you mentally, but its effects pass down physically, and guess what happens when you are physically and mentally drained? Your social and work life is affected. Stress creeps into every part of your life

Indeed, instead of spending thousands of dollars on a treatment that is just temporary, why not spend money on a treatment that is more permanent and more effective, and more importantly, doesn’t have any side-effects?

Forget medicines. Forget therapies. Forget everything else. You do not need it.

Train your brain using Neuroscience 101. It is backed up by a money-back-guarantee and Mark Waldman explicitly asks for you to return it if it is not the best neuro scientific program you have ever discovered.
You have nothing to lose – but a lot to gain.

Where to get NeuroWisdom101

A free e-book is available for you (look on the side of this blog).

Or go directly to the program: HEREMark Waldman´s TEDx speech:

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