The negative effects of chronic stress have been scientifically proven. There are many forms of stress - both physical and psychological. External stress from the workplace, within the family or in a partnership are very common. Most people are also familiar with personal stress which comes from guilt, self-blame, musing and over-analyzing.
Whether it comes from the outside world or from within, stress directly affects the body. Typical signs are shallow breathing and muscular tension. Long-term effects can come in many forms such as sleep disorders, pain, heart disease, depression and burnout. No one can completely escape stress.
However, things can be done to counteract and reduce it in order to prevent damage in the long run. You will learn practical techniques (breathing and physical exercises) which can instantly dissolve the stress and thereby help you become more relaxed and see the aspects of life from a completely different perspective.