Posted on 10-01-2012
Just a quick note...after reviewing the August 2012 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience it became clear that stressed and non-stressed persons use different brain regions and different strategies when learning. Non-stressed individuals applied a deliberate learning strategy, while stressed subjects relied more on their gut feelings.
Does this sound like you? Many stressful situations can be avoided with good time management. I know I know it sounds like some sort of self help issue but you know what.....it is! And it's important! Schedule time with the family, schedule time with your spouse, for your bills, for your workouts, for your meal prep for the week. You get the idea.
Scheduling is one of the most effective and efficient ways of managing your time. Of course there are limits on your time as well as a host of variables, but the point is to be conscience of it and strategize your way to productivity for a healthy low stress life! If you need a head start on your stress...check out our Acupuncturist Joe Hlebica. He is well versed in utilizing this multiple century old healing art to aid in stress and anxiety reduction! Mention this blog and get 50% of your initial visit!
Have a blessed day!
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