Stress in medicine is the result produced when a structure, system, or organism is acted on by forces that disrupt equilibrium or produce strain. In health care, the term, “stress”, denotes the physical (gravity, mechanical, pathogen, injury…) and psychological (fear, anxiety, crisis, joy…) forces that are experienced by individuals. It is generally believed that biological organism require a certain amount of stress to maintain their well-being. However, when stress occurs in quantities that the system cannot handle, it produces pathological changes. The amount of stress humans can withstand without having a pathological reaction to it varies from individual to individual and from situation to situation.
Today, with the technology of the 21st century, there are more available tools to combat the side-effects of long term stress. One of these approaches to stress reduction is by the quantum physics and high-tech systems that pull stress out of the system, re-harmonize the body, balance the mind and put people fully back into their natural resonance.
This is done with sophisticated forms of biofeedback computer systems that bring the body back into balance, naturally.
These are the leading causes of stress that can be addressed:
Pollution, pollen, mold, toxins, chemicals, interior materials and finishes, heavy metals, building materials, appliances, electricity, computers, cell phones, geopathic stress (earth energies)
Chronic and degenerative illnesses, pain, fatigue, hormones, digestion, circulation, nerves, muscles, spine, immune system, pharmaceuticals, street drug use, overweight, adrenal stresses, food allergies
Money worries, paper stress, systems stress, repetitive thought pattern stress, negative thought patterns, ADD, ADHD
Relationship stresses, family stress, marital stress, parental stress, child-oriented stress, teen social stress
Depression, fear, anxiety, grief, anger, sadness, confusion, loneliness, abandonment stress, family illnesses or instability
Self-esteem, identity crisis, career and life-path stresses, addictive pattern stress
Terrorism, media-induced stress, election and political stress, uncertainty of the future stress, war-related stress
Work overload stress, downsizing stress, promotion stress, competitive stress, boss and colleague stress
Cash flow stress, debt stress, credit card stress, stock market stress, retirement planning stress, expansive lifestyle stress, overspending stress
Guilt, forgiveness issues, shame, morality stress, meaning of life stress, fear of death stress
Parviz Rashvand, N.D.