In this video, I go over 2 simple exercises to lower your cortisol, minimize the repetitive trauma in your life and save face on your soft nerve pathways.
Hi! I'm Dr Howard Dennis, Certified High Performance Coach, here to talk about the second of the three T's called trauma.
Did you realize repetitive trauma can be in the form of poor posture for long periods day in day out? Have you ever heard of text neck or low riding it?
Always looking down, shoulders slumped and always being in a flexed posture repetitively for long periods are forms of repetitive trauma.
This affects cortisol, testosterone and chokes soft nerve pathways leading to poor body chemistry and memory loss.
What can you do about it?
1. Keep your eyes at the horizon. Get your computer monitors and mobile devices positioned at the horizon of your field of vision at work and/or play.
2. Do a 1 to 2 minute superhero pose per day coupled with deep breathing and gratitude. This was found in a Harvard study by Cuddy to actual decrease cortisol levels!
Simple! Now Go. Practice.
Yours In Light and Health
Dr Howard Dennis, Certified High Performance Coach
P.S. Remember: 1. Get your eyes at the horizon especially with your computer monitors or mobile devices. 2. Do a 1 minute Superhero pose every day coupled with breath work and gratitude. If you'd like a discounted 1-on-1 Strategic Life Coaching session with me #DrHowardDennis, Simply click Here.