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The nervous system

What does the Ergonomics of Economics, Relaxation Techniques, Anxiety, Stress, getting easily distracted and nervous system weakness have in common?

Probably lots of us

So, how do we get from being overly stressed to being content amid stress?

The ergonomics of economics is a concept that came flashing across the mind screen one day and I have decided to follow up on that one. It is essentially the concept of creating a more comfortable workplace environment for more productive and loyal employees. The research indicates that simple and affordable changes are possible to make work less stressing and fatiguing on the workers themselves, creating an all around different work experience. I wholeheartedly agree that the work environment is crucial to a happy employee and should be valued much more than it is at the current time. And that is not even beginning to take into account the sub human and totally horrific working conditions in less fortunate areas. ***

That being said, I wish there was a way to be ergonomically fitted to every situation in life. I have found it is extremely helpful in motherhood for both mother and child. I seem to achieved a great success just lately with being much more aware and sensitive to this area of my own life. I like to be available to my daughter for whatever may arise and I don't have the time for migraines and depleted days that mimic stress completely unrelated to her in any way. So I compiled this resource list and tried to share with you how I beat impossible odds this past week. I have prayed many a moment for more strength and I have asked friends and family to help in praying for the pain management. Since I have been doing just that and watching what I eat and drink. I feel able to handle everything which, given the current symptoms, would have seemed nearly impossible. Wow. Give it a try folks and keep on moving!

If we can apply the cushy ergonomic concept to anything, then we can bring contentment with us wherever we go.

Relaxation Techniques are essential:

"A variety of different relaxation techniques can help you bring your nervous system back into balance by producing the relaxation response. The relaxation response is not lying on the couch or sleeping but a mentally active process that leaves the body relaxed, calm, and focused."

Eating Healthy, exercising, and avoiding certain substances can keep the nervous system at a more equal and balanced level. This promotes overall wellness. You can find webMd Tips here.

Learning about stress and its effects on the body can be helpful in compelling you to do something helpful for yourself before it is a more serious problem.

"The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands release corticosteroids to increase metabolism which provides immediate energy. The pituitary gland releases adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) which also affects the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands then release epinephrine and norepinephrine which prolongs the fight-or-flight response. The Stage of Resistance is a continued state of arousal. If the stressful situation is prolonged, the high level of hormones during the resistance phase may upset homeostasis and harm internal organs leaving the organism vulnerable to disease."

Knowing the symptoms and effects of anxiety and what these things can mean in your personal experience. Are you nervous at appropriate situations or is your body just telling you that you are?

Having trouble focusing can be a symptom of nervous system distress. So when you have times when you are stressed, anxious, and easily distracted, remember that there are tips and tools available to help treat your symptoms and reduce the reaction your body is having.

Ultimately we are looking for an overall homeostasis. Even for the healthy among us, there are things your body could really use to being running at a more optimum. Congratulations! You can do something about the way you feel in you physical sense which will improve all areas of your life. YES!

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