Sometimes life throws us a curveball, shaking up our routines and often making us question our own beliefs. These curve balls may come in many forms, to name a few—loss of a loved one, a life-threatening diagnosis or witnessing of a traumatic event. When these things happen, it’s crucial to be able to bounce back, and it’s normal if you need a little help getting back on your feet.
We Can Help You Restore Inner Peace and Harmony
At Strength & Vitality Wellness Center, we can help you become strong, healthy, or successful again after something difficult happens. This is called being resilient. Not everyone is equally resilient—some people recover easily, while others tend to dwell on problems and get stuck in the loop of negative thinking. This may eventually lead to anxiety, depression and other unhealthy consequences. Thankfully, resilience is something that can be developed via training. Here is what we can do to help:
- Breath Work—learn to focus and nurture your inner strength
- Mental Flexibility—expand your horizons
- Physical Fitness—exercise your body to support a healthy mind
- Mental Downloading—release what’s on your mind
- Hydration and Proper Nutrition—restore chemical imbalances and feel good
- Cellular Health—start rebuilding from the bottom up
- Focus on the big picture
- Sleep Hygiene—rest well to have strength for recovery
- Personal Clarity—see things for what they are
- Release stress and anxiety
Avoid Unhealthy Coping Techniques
Whether you realize it or not, you develop your own mechanism for coping with stress and tragedy. As your body goes into the stress mode, you may notice some common behaviors you engage in to help you go through your day. Some of these behaviors may be unhealthy and only offer a short-term relief:
- Smoking and consuming alcohol
- Drinking excessive amounts of caffeine
- Compulsive spending
- Emotional eating
If you feel like your life is not the same after a tragedy or a hardship, it’s worth contacting us for help. Dragging through your day, feeling hopeless, anxious and overwhelmed even by the most trivial decisions is not a quality life. It’s in your power to stop reliving your traumatic experience and move on to pursue the life at its fullest.
Let’s talk about what we can do to help you find and use your resilience.