Pushing Back At Stress
With strains of the oncoming holiday season coupled with the still ongoing demands of the post- Sandy world, there is a lot to react to.
But, Cotter explains, “We can quickly disengage our fight-or-flight reaction.
“We provide people with the knowledge, guidance, and practice to release stress as a form of preventative healthcare for growing number of stressrelated illnesses.”
Cotter, who began offering free stress relief workshops in the months after the hurricane, is now making a new resource available to Rockaway and Broad Channel residents.
He is making membership to the online Stress Is Gone program free to all who need it.
As Cotter explains it, the Stress Is Gone program quickly relieves tension, pain, stress, and anxiety. The company’s core methodology, the Stress Stopper Breathwork, activates the relaxation response, which turns off the body’s stress reaction.
“The Stress Is Gone Membership website,” he says, “is a place where you can relax right now, resolve emotions and connect with like-minded people worldwide. Our program is certified by The American Institute of Stress.”
Cotters says online apps help decrease the frequency and intensity of physical, mental, and emotional stress.
The Relax tool helps members calm their mind and body in seconds. The Resolve tool helps members balance the repressed memories that intensify everyday stress. The site also includes tutorials, tools, and a forum to connect with like-minded members around the world,” he said.
“For a deeper experience of stress relief,” Cotter noted, “use the Resolve tool.”
Explaining that anyone can make use of the tools here, even if they are perpetually on the go,” he says, you can “de-stress at home or on-the-go. Our mobile health solution is compatible with your PC, Tablet, and Smartphone… (with road the clock) access to the members’ only website.”
Anyone wishing to take advantage of the benefits of this site can go to www.stressisgone.com.