"FEELING SUCH AS APPRECIATION CREATE INCREASED ORDER IN THE BRAIN´S REGULATORY
SYSTEM AND THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM, RESULTING IN IMPROVED HORMONAL AND INMUNE-SYSTEM FUNCTION AND ENHACED COGNITIVE FUNTION."
*Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human Performance, Volume 2 SCIENCE OF THE HEART An overview of reseach conducted by HeartMath Institute.

HEALTH THROUGH 
​EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE TRAINING

The training and coaching of Emotional Self-Regulation Skills offered by APY Coaching 
have facilitated health improvements in patients with: Hypertension, Arrhythmias,
Autoimmune disorders, Environmental sensitivity, Sleep disorders, Drug and alcohol addiction, Anger, Heart failure, Chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, Anxiety disorders, Depression, PTSD, ADD/DHD and Eating disorders.​

The before said has been documented by clinical studies and case histories of patients using these techniques.

EXPERIENCE FREEDOM FROM STRESS AND ANXIETY, HEAL EMOTIONALLY AND ENJOY LIFE!

RESILIENCE, STRESS AND EMOTIONS
​​​​​​​​"Scientific Research performed over the last 25 years at the HeartMath Institute has shown that negative emotions such as stress, distress or upset, have been associated with a variety of pathological conditions, including hypertension, silent myocardial ischemia, sudden cardiac death, coronary disease, cardiac arrhytmia, sleep disorders, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, fatigue and many other disorders.  

Stress and negative emotions have been shown to increase disease severity and worsen prognosis for individuals suffering from a number of different pathologies. On the other hand, positive emotions and effective emotion self-regulation skills have been shown to prolong health and significantly reduce premature mortality. From a psychophysiological perspective, emotions are central to the experience of stress. It is the feelings of anxiety, irritation, frustration, lack of control, and hopelessness that are actually what we experience when we describe ourselves as stressed. Whether it´s a minor inconvinience or a major life change, situations are experienced as stressful to the extent that they trigger emotions such as annoyance, irritation, anxiety and overwhelm.

In essence, stress is emotional unease, the experience of which ranges from low-grade feelings of emotional unrest to intense inner turmoil. Stressful emotions clearly can arise in response to external challenges or events, and also from ongoing internal dialogs and attitudes. Recurring feelings of worry, anxiety, anger, judgment, resentment, impatience, overwhelm and self-doubt often consume a large part of our energy and dull our day-to-day life experiences.


Additionally, emotions, much more so thatn thoughts alone, activate physiological changes comprising the stress response. Research done by The  HeartMath Institute, shows a purely mental activity such as cognitively recalling a past situation that provoked anger does not produce nearly as profound an effect on physiological processes as actually enganting the emotion associated with that memory. In other words, re-experiencing the feeling of anger provoked by the momory has a greater effect that thinking about it."

Resilience and Emotional Self-Regulation.
"Our emotions infuse life with a rich texture and transform our counscious experience into a meaningful living experience. Emtions determine what we care about and what motivate us. They connect us to others and give us the courage to do what need to be done, to appreciate our cuccesses, to protect and support the people we love and have compassion and kindness for those who are in need of our help. Emotions are also what allow us to experience the pain and grief of loss. Whithout emotions, life would lack meaning and purpose.

Emotions and resilience are closely related because emotions are the primary drivers of many key physiological processes involved in energy regulation. "We define resilience as the capacity to prepare for, recover from and adapt in the face of stress, adversity, trauma or callenge. Therefore, it follows that a key to sustaining good health, optimal function and reslience is the ability to manage one´s emotions."*
​*Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human Performance, Volume 2 SCIENCE OF THE HEART An overview of reseach conducted by HeartMath Institute


DID YOU KNOW THAT EMOTIONS DETERMINE ​​CHOICES AND BEHAVIORS?
Being unable to manage stress prevents you from being able to choose what you desire to feel, resulting in reactive behaviours that often lead to wrong choices and decisions.

Experiencing prolonged stress can cause serious emotional, mental and physical health problems.

Learn how to take stress and transform it into positive energy and feelings, heal your body and mind for better performance and greater happiness in all aspects of your life.​

Learn how to:
  • Experience the joy of more stress-free living
  • ​Become who you really want to be at work, at home, and with yourself
  • Stop emotional energy drains
  • Stop judging others or yourself
  • Stop trying to live up to others´ unrealistic expectations of you
  • Gain new energy and vitality
  • Take charge of your life
THE PRACTICAL
​SOLUTION
FOR RELIEVING WORRY, FATIGUE, AND TENSION
Replace emotional drain with emotional gain and start self-regulating your emotions now!

By learning ​​​​​​self-regulation techniques that align our mental and emotional systems, we are able to accumulate resilience (energy). Having a high level of resilience is important not only for bouncing back from challenging situations, but also for preventing unnecessary stress reactions (frustration, impatience, anxiety), which often lead to further energy and time waste and deplete our physical and psychological resources.

It is the ability to adjust and self-regulate one´s emotional behavior that is most important in building and maintaining supportive, loving relationships and effectively meeting life´s demands with composure, consistency and integrity.

BEGIN NOW!