2-3-4 Stress Busting Formula

If you were to look at your lifestyle habits as a whole right now – the sum total of each action you take during your day (and the ones you don’t take) – ask yourself this question:

Are they moving me towards Health? Or towards Sickness?

Consider all of your current exercise habits, your eating habits, your sleeping habits, your mindset, the thought that you think, your enjoyment of life, the way you make your living, the way you interact with your family and friends…

When you tally up all of these things together…

Are you moving towards health? Or towards Sickness?

Be REALLY honest with yourself right now. Is the way you’re living your life right now creating more and more health and happiness for yourself?

Or are you making yourself sick?

I hope you’re feeling extremely healthy right now. I hope that you’re feeling young, vital, energetic, excited and ALIVE because you’re taking really good care of yourself and you know how to create health for yourself.

If you’re not feeling quite 100%, not so young anymore, not so energized, then maybe you’re feeling more like you’re SURVIVING this life rather than THRIVING in it.

If that’s you, then the 2-3-4 Stress Busting Formula could help you. I recorded a teleseminar where I taught this formula and you can listen to it right now here (just click on the “play” button to begin listening):

The 2-3-4 Stress Busting Formula will teach you simple, proven methods you can use right away to combat the day-to-day stress that builds up inside of you and help melt that stress and tension away.

What it covers:

The 2 Types of stress: Positive and Negative.

Learn how to identify each and how to transform negative stress that breaks your health down into positive stress that will allow you to heal old traumas and help you to feel more energized.

The 3 Forms of Stress: Physical, Chemical and Emotional.

Most people think of “stress” as just emotional stress. But the other two forms can be equally as damaging to your body as well as your mental health. You will learn how to work with each of the 3 forms of stress.

The 4 most powerful tools to handle stress more effectively.

#1 Sleep – both the quantity and the quality of your sleep at night, directly affects how well you handle your stress during your day. I’ll go over how you can get the very best rest you can get.

#2 Meditation – slowing your body down and quieting your mind time has many healthy benefits for you, including stress reduction. I’ll teach you a simple method that you can start using right away to help you feel more calm and more relaxed.

#3 Exercise – beyond just its physical benefits, exercise can also be used as a powerful stress management tool. I’ll explain why it works so well and how you can use it to bust through your stress.

#4 Communication – all too often our negative stress becomes overwhelming to us because we keep things bottled up inside. I’m going to share with you a few simple, direct communication strategies that will help dissipate that stress, improve the situation at hand and your even relationships at the same time.

If you’d like to dive in deeper and learn more about each topic, click “play” on the player below so you can listen to the whole teleseminar.


P.S. The offer at the end of the teleseminar recording for the health coaching program is NOT AVAILABLE at this time (it may be in the near future. Contact me if you’re interested in joining the next group).

About the Author

Dr. Jay Warren has been a prenatal and pediatric chiropractor for 17 years. He is also the Wellness Care Coordinator at the CAP Wellness Center in San Diego, CA where 90% of his practice is pregnant or postpartum women and babies under one year old. Dr. Jay is a proud member of the ICPA and APPPAH (the Association or Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Health) and the host of the podcast “Healthy Births, Happy Babies” in iTunes. His online program, “Connecting with Baby” guides pregnant women through processes to strengthen maternal bonding for a happier pregnancy, gentler birth and easier post-partum experience. Dr. Jay is also the proud father of his 3 year old son, Niko who keeps him very busy (and happy) outside of the office.