It doesn't take a stroke of fate for stress to permanently affect our health. Everyday stress does that all by itself.
Many of the risk factors for chronic diseases are actually mostly failed attempts to cope with everyday stress. Eating can relieve stress, but lead to obesity. Smoking has a relaxing effect, but can cause heart disease and cancer. In addition, depression , anxiety and anger are related to stress, which thus affects psychological well-being and interpersonal relationships.
Stress affects relationships with your partner, children, family, friends, colleagues and others. Obviously, most of us have very few tools to deal with everyday stress and can greatly benefit from a few new additional tools. With this technique we offer a way to counteract the everyday stress. We are convinced that a mindfulness-based lifestyle enables us to be in the here and now, to feel the joy of life and to give our lives a new meaning.
At this moment is a neuroscience program to promote physical and mental health. We now know that the brain is a dynamic organ that changes its neural structures to adapt to immediate environmental conditions.
Thanks to neuroplasticity, the brain can develop new abilities or strengthen existing ones through appropriate training.