The psychological approach for managing emotionally destructive stress

The psychological approach for managing emotionally destructive stress is to teach yourself to take control of your irrational thoughts.


Just PAUSE, REFLECT AND PERCEIVE the truth of your irrational thoughts. In other words, any time you feel yourself experiencing irrational thoughts, quickly tell yourself to pause, reflect and perceive the cause of your irrational thoughts. Once you know the cause of your irrational thoughts, the effect ends: no thoughts, no feelings. What you are thinking, is what you are feeling, and what you are feeling, is what you are thinking: that’s consciousness. That is, you are consciously aware of what you are thinking, feeling, and believing. Awareness is the essence of self-knowing, and is the first step to know what it is that you are thinking and feeling.

Stopping irrational thoughts happening in your mind is the surest way to experience inner peace. Inner peace is like the effect of nitric oxide. Learn to breathe appropriately 24/7 to maintain the balance of nitric oxide in your lungs and in your blood vessels. (In the near future I am going to hold a very special breath training workshop.)


Breathe appropriately to boost nitric oxide.

Every single nasal inhalation produces nitric oxide. If you can learn the nitric oxide producing breath technique you will be able to feel great throughout the day. Nitric oxide appears to help the body dilate and constrict blood vessels. This can improve your blood pressure, and therefore your heart health.


What are the benefits of nitric oxide for men?

“Nitric oxide is a gas that the body produces, and it helps with blood flow. Nitric oxide supplements try to increase the amount of nitric oxide in your blood, which might help increase blood flow to working muscles and help reduce time to fatigue during a workout”, says Natalie Rizzo, M.S., R.D.


What are the symptoms of low nitric oxide?

Symptoms of low nitric oxide levels include high blood pressure, memory issues, low stamina, and erectile dysfunction. Contributing factors to these potential symptoms include smoking cigarettes, a diet high in fat and cholesterol and little to no exercise.

Your body uses nitric oxide to help regulate several functions, even though it is technically a free radical. Your body needs to make nitric oxide out of component parts, which include vitamin C and nitrates. Without enough of these component parts, you will not be able to produce enough nitric oxide.

In the video below, Dr. Van Dyken discusses the top food sources to optimize nitric oxide levels (leafy vegetables and beets) and explains in depth about the lack of nitric oxide results in atherosclerosis, which is important as atherosclerosis can result in a heart attack.



But diet is not the only way to increase nitric oxide, the way we breathe can also help.

Breathing Through Your Nose Can Do What?

Breathing in through your nose will change your life. Breathing in through the nose and breathing out through the relaxed lips increases the nitric oxide in the blood circulation. Don’t take my word for it, check out this three-minute clip with Nobel Prize winner Dr. Lou Ignarro on the power of nitric oxide and nasal breathing.



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