Health Reviser: Stress Monitor

I was using Stress Monitor mostly at home in the afternoon while working at the computer, and my stress level never exceeded "elevated". Yesterday I took my device to work and monitored my stress since the early morning. And what I got is my stress level hanging near "high" for about 30 minutes and sometimes going up to "Severe" until I dropped it off to "elevated" using Stress Sweeper (5 min session). And today I got exactly the same... Does that mean that I'm getting lots of stress when I come to work?... I do not feel stressed but rather energetic in the morning... Is that bad and I need to do something? Please advice.

Re: Health Reviser: Stress Monitor

Dear Loyalty,
 
high stress level in the morning can be a sign of getting not enough sleep, daily overload etc. And at the same time, if you're getting enough sleep, it can be a good stress that helps you work more effectively. In this case you might feel more tired than normally in the evening. Morning sessions of Stress Sweeper should help you avoid this condition and have your day balanced. If you do a session in Health Snapshot in the morning and find out that you're not in balance (Activation energy dominates) than usine Stress Sweeper would be a good idea.
Also you can e-mail us (help@healthreviser.com) your report, and we can provide you a thorough analysis of your data.

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Stress Sweeper

If you haven’t been feeling well lately or you know that you’ve been more stressed out than you think, you might want to look into the Stress Sweeper program. By simply attaching a device to your ear and hooking it up to your computer, you can begin to train your body to feel better. The program will show your body responses over time and teaches you to make the necessary changes. By watching and being aware of your stress, you can begin to take steps to slow down and to relax. Sometimes just realizing you are more stressed than is healthy – as the Stress Monitor will show you – is enough to help you learn to breathe in the midst of crazy circumstances.

 

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Stress Monitor

Provides all means for continous stress monitoring and alerts on instant stress changes and an ability to treat the stress before it can harm the organism and thereby reduces the negative impact on your body.

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Stress Sweeper

Easy-to-use personal stress management tool for home and office use. Highest ratings from professionals around the world. Designed for people with high blood pressure, sleep disorders, health cautious individuals.

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