The Best Tools Available!

June 18, 2015

All the latest tools and gadgets won’t help you build a house unless you know when to use the power drill or the screw driver. The HeartMath® system includes a variety of tools and techniques designed to use any time to create the mental, emotional and physical state we call coherence. We know that coherence […]

Softly Speaking

June 4, 2015

Ever wonder why we shout when we are angry? This story* is one of the best explanations I’ve come across. Enjoy! A Hindu saint who was visiting the River Ganges to take a bath found a group of family members on the banks, shouting in anger at each other. He turned to his disciples, smiled […]

Justified

May 21, 2015

What are your excuses for not doing something about your stress? What IF you don’t have the time? We’re all busy and as long as we believe stress reduction requires time, we continue to reserve it for Saturday morning in the garden or 9:00 pm in the bath tub or late August in Maui! The […]

A Mother’s Mantra

May 7, 2015

One of the most important lessons I’ve learned began shortly after my son was born: Let go of expectations. Let go and let him sleep in his own room; let go and let him cross the street to play; let go and let him walk to school; let go and let him choose his clothes, […]

Steven Mitchelle “Nabado” offers some tips when doing a coherence session

March 12, 2015

Steven (Nabado) with his daughter I thought it might be helpful if I offer a couple tips about how I approach my coherence session. Some people were asking should they focus on a positive emotion or on listening to their heart beat. Also, a few have expressed concerns about slipping out of high coherence while […]

The Importance of Heart Rate Variability on Our Emotional Health and Well-Being

March 5, 2015

In a recent webinar with Dr. Bessel van der Kolk he shared some of his findings from his many years of research and working with traumatized adults and children. Below are some key highlights of his findings on HRV and its relationship to our well-being. The Expression of Emotions and the Relationship to HRV The […]

The Heart – a safe haven for brain injury clients

February 26, 2015

A client of mine named Tom, is recovering from a brain injury. His recovery goals include using tools to increase heart coherence as a method to help relieve anxiety as well as sharpen attention, memory and reading comprehension.  Tom learned to use the Quick Coherence® technique and started to notice that he felt less anxiety […]

Nabado’s Secrets to Achieving High Levels of Coherence

February 11, 2015

An interview with Steven Mitchelle Our points leader Nabado tells his story and shares about how he achieves high levels of coherence. When you visit the HeartCloud, the top name on the leader board is consistently “Nabado”.  Recently, Nabado shared his story with us and we wanted to let you in on his secrets.  First, […]

Are We Resigned to Stress?

April 10, 2014

Are We Resigned to Stress? HeartMath Stress Experts Say We Can Significantly Reduce Our Stress by Understanding How Our Emotions Work In the 1950’s a noted researcher named Hans Selye popularized the term stress for the first time. Selye said: “Everyone knows what stress is, but in reality nobody knows.” Today, however, we are learning […]

Altruism: A Remedy for Stress

April 10, 2014

Altruism: A Remedy for Stress Will acts of kindness and generosity enhance our health, increase our longevity and make us happier? Can genuine altruism be a remedy for stress? When we act on behalf of other people, research shows we feel better and more secure and experience less stress. Does altruism have a physiological basis? […]

Five Essential Practices to Safeguard Your Relationship in Tough Times: HeartMath’s Research Sheds Light on the Role of the Heart in Lasting Love

April 10, 2014

HeartMath’s Research Sheds Light on the Role of the Heart in Lasting Love In times like these, when so many people are experiencing such high levels of stress, fear and anxiety, our relationships inevitably suffer, and in some cases, fall apart completely. Yet strong, caring relationships are vital to our mental, emotional and physical health. […]

How To Increase Your Resilience Factor | The Huffington Post

April 10, 2014

Are your emotions spinning out of control more often? Do you find that inconveniences, impatience and frustration are getting to you, and you aren’t able to let it all go like you once could? Do you feel tired or drained just thinking about your day and everything you need to get done? If you answered […]

Preventing a Stress Meltdown amidst Economic Chaos

April 10, 2014

It’s time to face a stark reality of life today: stress can take its toll on our energy, our well-being, our decision-making, the quality of our relationships, even our financial health. HeartMath has uncovered some startling information about how directly the stress of work pressure, particularly high stakes decisions traders face many times a day, […]

Reduce the Taxes of Financial Stress: Nine Tips for Relieving Money Worries

April 10, 2014

For millions of people, financial stress is eating away at their basic sense of security and well-being. And it’s not just bank accounts that are being drained, but also physical and emotional ressenting the people or issues you care about.ources, which in turn impact health, relationships, productivity and happiness. Note: This article may be reprinted […]

Solution for Pain Management

April 8, 2014

Your Immune System Pain is the sensation of hurting resulting from an unpleasant or strong discomfort from injury, sickness, disease or functional disorder and is transmitted through the nervous system. More than a physical sensation, pain is our body’s way of defending us from physical harm and further pain by triggering processes that prompt us […]

Whispers

March 27, 2014

Ever wonder why we shout when we are angry? This story* is one of the best explanations I’ve come across. Enjoy! A Hindu saint who was visiting river Ganges to take a bath found a group of family members on the banks, shouting in anger at each other. He turned to his disciples, smiled and […]

Inside Stressing Out: What works and what doesn’t in the face of stress

March 24, 2014

When it comes to stress, most Americans don’t need a designated month to realize what they already know – stress is part of modern life and can’t always be avoided. Perhaps the most puzzling issue around stress is what really works when it comes to reducing it. Recent surveys by the American Psychological Association (APA) […]

Tips for Better Sleep

March 13, 2014

#1 The number one tip for better sleep: Put stress in check. One of the first symptoms of stress overload is disrupted sleep. Stressful feelings throw our inner rhythms out of sync and have a negative carryover effect on hormonal and nervous systems – making it difficult to sleep. You can try other sleep tips, but […]

Solution for Overcoming Anxiety

November 24, 2013

Recognizing Anxiety Anxiety can be described as any or a combination of feelings that all have their roots in some type of fear, including unease, worry, apprehension, dread, powerlessness or a sense of impending danger – real or imagined. Symptoms can be wide-ranging: the mind goes blank or other cognitive functions are lost, obsessive thoughts, […]

Teen Focus

April 4, 2012

Written by Ronna P. – 1 on 1 Provider As a Licensed 1:1 HeartMath Provider, I get to experience the benefits of the HeartMath technologies in many ways. First for myself and then with the results reported to me by my clients. Recently, I was able to see the benefit of the emWave2® for my […]

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