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5 Ways to Increase Resilience Right Now

An expanded view of true self-care includes how and where we invest our personal energy. Consider increasing awareness in these areas to support your self-care and resilience building efforts. The #1 self-care resilience practice: Get quiet and recharge. Making time to connect with our heart intelligence is a very important attribute of resilience and self-care. […]


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3 Tips to Develop More Acceptance

Learning to practice acceptance with the small stuff can help build resilience and establish flexibility as a familiar attitude and approach towards life. Be kinder with yourself. One of the areas many people have difficulty with is self-acceptance. Whether it’s being judgmental about our body type, our weaknesses or our personality, we’re often our worst […]


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When Care Becomes Overcare

Compassion and care are powerful attributes of the heart. Hopefully most of us know how good it feels to be cared for. From the smallest acts like someone holding the door open for you, to bigger expressions like a community deciding to crowd source funds to help someone pay for their hospital bills. Compassion and […]


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3 Facts to Make You Smarter than Stress

Stress knows no boundaries – it robs us of sleep, our health and happiness and drives us to make choices we often regret. The only way to defend our self against stress is to become smarter than stress. Understanding how the stress response works gives us an advantage by allowing us to take proactive steps. […]


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Spring Cleaning Old Beliefs

With springtime comes new beginnings; a freshness in the air that encourages us to start new and let go of what we don’t need. We often turn our attention to neglected areas at home like the cluttered closet or messy corners. With the energy of fresh starts in the air it’s also a great time […]


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Balancing Compassion and Care

It’s become almost a weekly event that a story goes viral about someone that acted with compassion for another in need. The viral momentum of these stories is a reflection of what a lot of us desire in our hearts – a more compassionate and caring world. Compassion is one of the most supportive energies […]


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The Practice of Patience

Hurry up and wait. It might sound like a humorous oxymoron, yet in our hyper-connected world perhaps it’s truer than not. Here’s an example – have you ever had someone send you a text message and a couple minutes later they call you to see if their message was received? Or maybe you caught yourself […]


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Making Choices From the Heart

Have you ever been faced with having to make a choice that seemed to send your mind into an endless thinking marathon? Or maybe you felt completely frozen inside, unable to discern which in the mix of triggered emotions you should focus on first. Choices are something we’re all faced with and they’re constantly either […]


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The Heart Hears More Than Just Words

The lack of feeling heard can really put a strain on relationships. This is true whether it’s a couple, a parent and child, best friends, co-workers; any relationship. Have you ever had a communication with someone only to realize what they said, and what you heard, were totally different? Even the simplest of interactions can […]


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Living Heart Connected in a Hyper-Connected World

Our world has become increasingly hyper-connected. News updates are broadcasted not just by media, but even by citizens witnessing events first hand and sharing it via social media. Information floods our lives at an astonishing rate and many of us are physically anchored to this data surge via our smart devices. To remain grounded and […]


30 Day Heart Tune Up with Steven Masley, MD and Deborah Rozman, PhD.

January 27, 2016 4:00 pm., PST Join Deborah Rozman, PhD. and Steven Masley, MD for a lively conversation and learn how to: • Tune up your heart, energy, waistline, memory and even your romantic life. • Find out which healthy techniques are practical, useful and can make a difference. • Learn how to prevent 90% […]


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Upgrading that Voice in your Head

“Geez, you’re such an idiot!” Would you let someone say this to your best friend? Probably not. But let’s be honest, how often do you say things like this to yourself? We each have an internal “voice” that can run in the back of our minds all day long. When this self-talk is critical and […]


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Taking It In Segments

New Year’s Resolutions often come from our good intentions to better care for our self. Yet making behavior changes isn’t always easy. Even though we may know this, we often set goals that are hard to keep and then if we don’t reach it we get down on our self. No wonder it’s not a […]


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Keeping Warm this Holiday Season

It’s that time of year – the holidays are here; there’s a chill in the air and for many a warmth in our hearts. Most would agree there is a special energy that the holidays bring – it gives a lift in spirit. During this time of year a lot of us are naturally inclined […]


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Holiday Rhythms

Have you ever watched one of those holiday movies where everything is ideal? The holiday decorations to the festive dinner look picture perfect. Everyone is feeling cheery, even the snowflakes seem to sparkle with merriment. The holidays can be a very happy and a very rewarding time of year. Yet not everyone will feel overwhelmingly […]


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What Are You Bringing to Your Thanksgiving Dinner?

It’s Thanksgiving and most of us will be gathering with friends and family and considering what we can contribute to our holiday feast. While we may be planning to bring a favorite dessert or special bottle of wine, keep in mind there is more that we’ll each be bringing to the festivities. We’ll be bringing […]


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People Are Amazing!! A Few Heart Hero Nominations

As Thanksgiving approaches it’s an opportune time to reflect on people we appreciate. Our Heart Hero celebration is in full swing and the stories are amazing. These nominations are proof of how amazing people can be – and of the good that is happening all around. We hope you enjoy this sampling of the Heart […]


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Love the Heart Hero In You

The holiday spirit can bring out the heart hero in many of us. We feel inspired to be more charitable and help others. We find ourselves giving in the ways of favors, time, presents, visits, money and our services and more. Giving nurtures the heart and soul in us as well as those we give […]


Heart Heroes Shaping the Future

Larry Schwenneker went through many rough periods in his life – which in his youth included being involved with the wrong crowd and heading down destructive paths. Larry was a Heart Hero to himself first by starting to heal himself from a lifetime of anger, depression and anxiety as a result of the various traumas […]


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5 Tips to be Your own Heart Hero

Check out the emWave2®! The emWave2 provides heart rhythm feedback and training in real time to help you shift to a positive emotional state in a moment. As a hand held device, you can use it at anytime. Then, connect it to your computer for new sessions, games and access to the HeartCloud. Click here […]


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Stressed Out? 3 Ways to Weed Out Stress From the Workplace

Stress at work is a major issue for many Americans. According to a study from the National Institute on Occupational Safety and Health, 40 percent of workers surveyed reported that their jobs were very or extremely stressful, while 25 percent viewed their jobs as the number-one stressor in their lives.

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U.S. Airways Magazine: “Fitness First”

U.S. Airways Magazine featured HeartMaths Inner Balance App and Sensor in their “Fitness First!” product roundup. They said, “Good health isn’t just about moving your body; it’s also about reducing stress and learning to feel more calm and balanced.”

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DadDoes: “HeartMath Inner Balance Lightning Sensor Review, Tech To End Stress?”

Modern-dad blogger and tech enthusiast Dan Nessel reviews HeartMath’s Inner Balance App and Sensor. He said, “If you are looking for a drug free way to reduce stress in 2014, the Inner Balance App and Sensor is a great choice.”

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Quantified Self: “Gary Monk on Tracking HRV for Relaxation and Focus”

“In this video from the always great Meetup of the London Quantified Self group, Gary Monk describes his detailed relaxation and focus experiments using continuous HRV measurement with HeartMath’s Inner Balance sensor in the course of his normal daily life.”

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Sup Magazine: “Paddle Healthy: An attitude of gratitude”

Sup Magazine talks to John Denney about the importance of emotion refocusing techniques. “Denney explains. ‘Heart rhythms can be smooth and wave-like during a positive emotional state, or jagged and irregular, depending on the thoughts and emotions affecting the heart and nervous system. The system teaches skills that can help anyone learn to control their nervous system activity and move from one state to the other.’”

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Health Tech Zone: “Find Your Inner Balance with HeartMath”

Health Tech Zone speaks to Catherine Calarco, chief marketing officer and senior vice president at HeartMath, at CES this week to learn why she believes the company has a game-changing technology and to see it in action firsthand.

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USA Today: “How do you measure up? New health gadgets can tell you”

USA Today takes a look at several health gadgets that help people beat depression, lose weight, reduce stress or improve fitness. Among them is HeartMath’s Inner Balance App and Sensor.

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Bloomberg: “Fitness Apps Eclipse 3-D TVs as Digital Health Reaches CES: Tech”

“HeartMath LLC, which uses an ear-based sensor and smartphone to monitor a person’s well-being, will roll out a new service at CES that can be accessed from any device.”

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