This simple yoga breathing exercise can help you dramatically reduce stress.

Rose Cole will show you how easy it is with this short video.

It’s great! (We do this a lot in yoga class.)

Gets you grounded and center in your body. Very relaxing. Try it out.  :-)

Watch the video below to see how to do alternate nostril breathing.

Besides teaching other how to balance their breaths between two nostrils, Rose Cole is also a Certified Natural Health Professional &  a Certified Nutrition Consultant. She has helped hundreds of people all over the world balanced their body.

Balance their blood sugar and body chemistry, so they  can stop storing fat and start converting stored fat into energy.

And STOP feeling so damn tired and burn out all the time!

With our sensitive nature, we can use all the help we get… Right?

I know 100% that when your body is BALANCE– your hormone balanced, your blood sugar balanced… your whole system would be at its optimal!

Well, what do we got to lose for balancing our body chemistry and making sure our hormones are balanced?

Nothing.

Just a whole lot of BENEFITS.

… And who knows what our FULL empathic abilities are with ALL our physical needs met and taken care off.

Like to stay energetic and fabulous? Click Here to check Rose out.

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Simple tip to reduce stress by Jeff Hopeck, a 3 Year U.S. Secret Service Veteran, Author and Speaker –who has dedicated his life to helping people eat healthier. Walk through this quick process with him and learn how to reduce stress in your life.

Simple Stress Reduction Tip

By Jeff Hopeck

STRESS KILLS. Right now is the time to learn ways of reducing stress in your life. Tomorrow may be too late.

Stress comes in all forms:  Elevated heart rate, high blood pressure, chest pains, and even nervousness.

Over the years, I’ve been emailed and contacted with all sorts of gimmicky products that promise to reduce stress levels, but require paying money. RED FLAG! For me, the single most effective way of managing stress is 100% FREE and it’s something you can do in your car, at home, or in the office. The 3 simple steps are:

1. Find Comfort

Find a comfortable position (preferably seated or laying down) where both your mind and body are relaxed. For some, this is sitting in a chair and for others it’s laying down- either way, this first step is critical. For best results, try to avoid standing.

2. The 4:8 ratio

Next, start by inhaling for 4 seconds, then exhaling for 8 seconds. Repeat this 5-10 times. Inhale, exhale twice as long…. relax. Keep it up! Try to get your mind off work, bills, and anything else that stresses you. Now for the best part.:

3. Pulling it Together

Once you have the hang of the 4:8 ratio, start focusing on your muscles relaxing as you exhale. Start with your arms, your fingertips, then your quadriceps, your neck, even feel your calves and ankles relaxing. Inhale, then exhale… feel your muscles literally open up like sunflowers and relax.

It really works! It’s important to keep your stress levels to a bare minimum- your life depends on it.

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