You’re in the right place. Here you can breathe easy.

Just another day at the office. First a coffee. That one, small second of peace -before it all starts. Take a deep breath. And then the stress begins. Interruptions, questions, the phone rings, e-mails come pouring in. Ping… – and the day’s business is always waiting to be done. Do you know this? This inner dissatisfaction, this “never quite got it done”, this “it’s just too much small stuff”?
And on top of that, all the stress in your private life. Recreation? Leisure? That was once.

Then you’ve come to the right place. You can breathe a sigh of relief.

We all have these and similar experiences – again and again. And thus become the heroine, the hero of our own lives. We grow. Inwardly. The reward? Inner wealth.

Together we learn from each other: what worked and what didn’t work so well. We share experiences of stress, but above all ways to deal with it, to face it, to use it constructively. Simple, practical, meaningful.

What this platform specifically offers you: Information about stress and stress management, self-coaching tips on topics such as performance expectations, performance demands, performance security and on how to achieve peak performance. Last but not least, many tips on stress management and resources.

And what’s your stress story? Share it – and learn from others. So that stress doesn’t win, but you do. (Thanks to: Matthias Nold)

Stress Management Tips
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The sound of the sea and the waves relax us, reduce stress and thus lay the foundation for well-being and good ideas.

The calming effect of the sound of the sea can also be measured in the brain, because we reorganize our thought processes when we devote ourselves to the sound of the sea.

The effects of sound trigger so-called alpha waves, which are linked to performance as well as to relaxation and serenity.

  • Parasympathicus
  • Perception
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Do you know that drinking a glass of cold water is a source of refueling.

Consciously swallow every sip.

The swallowing movement activates our recreational nerve, not for nothing do experts recommend a sip of water during current stress.

Cold dampens the sympathetic nervous system, the stimulating part of our nervous system.

The parasympathetic nervous system, which includes the vagus nerve (recovery), becomes active.

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