Northern Rockies Wellness, LLC

Jan Brooks,

Certified HeartMath  Provider/Coach


​"Let the Mind Meet the Heart"

Quick Coherence Technique


1.  Heart Focus

2.  Heart Focused Breathing

3.  Heart Feeling


406 570-3848

Stress


There are two types of stress:  short-term stress and long-term stress.  Most of us will experience short-term stress such as an immediate reaction to avoiding a potentially threatening situation such as a traffic accident or the stress one experiences when challenged  with navigating an icy hill while driving.  Long-term stress occurs when the source of stress is chronic or accumulative and is not an immediate crisis.  An example of long-term stress is feeling anxious or irritable regarding your finances,  your supervisor or co-worker.  Health studies show that long-term stress is accumulative and may put you at a higher risk for numerous health issues such as heart disease, memory decline and cognitive impairment, aging, migraines, poor sleep, high blood pressure and mental health challenges such as anxiety.


 Using HeartMath tools can help balance the autonomic nervous system and achieve physiological coherence anywhere, anytime.



Learn how using HeartMath tools can help create inner ease and improve your response to stressors.