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Healing Stress and Burn Out

“The Number One Health Problem: Stress and Burn Out”

AIWPThe American Institute of Stress (AIS) was founded in 1978, at the request of Dr. Hans Selye (the founder of the Stress Syndrome) to serve as a clearinghouse of all stress related information. AIS reports that 75 to 90 percent of all hospital visits to primary care physicians are for stress related issues and that 75 percent of the population at large say they have "great stress" one day a week with one of three indicating they feel this way more than twice a week.

Most individuals accept stress as a consequence of working. Job stress is the leading source health problems to the modern worker. Studies show that 40 percent of adults say they are stressed by the effects of the workday, bleeding into their off-the-clock time. AIS reports “Numerous studies show that job stress related to occupational pressures and fears are by far the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few decades.”

Increased levels of job stress as assessed by the perception of having little control but lots of demands have been demonstrated to be associated with increased rates of heart attack, hypertension and other disorders. Increased levels of job stress have also been identified as the perception of having little control but lots of demands have been demonstrated to be associated with increased rates of heart attack, hypertension and other disorders.

With the above in mind, AIS has concluded that stress is the number one health problem. Numerous surveys have also indicated that Americans perceive they are struggling with increasing stress.

Looking at these statistics, it would be considered normal to feel stressed, overwhelmed and even normal to burn out however it is not healthy and is not necessary.

There are numerous emotional and physical disorders that have been linked to stress including depression, anxiety, heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, immune system disturbances that increase susceptibility to infections, a host of viral linked disorders ranging from the common cold and herpes to AIDS and certain cancers, as well as autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

In addition stress can have direct effects on the skin (rashes, hives, atopic dermatitis, the gastrointestinal system (GERD, peptic ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis) and can contribute to insomnia and degenerative neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease.

Almost every disease has a significant link to stress as an aggravating role and stress affects every part of the body (see stress effects on the body stress diagram) According to (AIS) it is difficult for scientists to define stress because it is a highly subjective phenomenon that differs for each of us. Things that are distressful for some individuals can be pleasurable for others. We also respond to stress differently. Some people blush, some eat more while others grow pale or eat less. According to AIS, there are numerous physical as well as emotional responses as illustrated by the list of some 50 common signs and symptoms of stress found below.

50 common signs and symptoms of stress

  1. Frequent headaches, jaw clenching or pain
  2. Gritting, grinding teeth
  3. Stuttering or stammering
  4. Tremors, trembling of lips, hands
  5. Neck ache, back pain, muscle spasms
  6. Light headedness, faintness, and dizziness
  7. Ringing, buzzing or "popping sounds
  8. Frequent blushing, sweating
  9. Cold or sweaty hands, feet
  10. Dry mouth, problems swallowing
  11. Frequent colds, infections, herpes sores
  12. Rashes, itching, hives, “goose bumps”
  13. Unexplained or frequent “allergy” attacks
  14. Heartburn, stomach pain, nausea
  15. Excess belching, flatulence
  16. Constipation, diarrhea, loss of control
  17. Difficulty breathing, frequent sighing
  1. Sudden attacks of life threatening panic
  2. Chest pain, palpitations, rapid pulse
  3. Frequent urination
  4. Diminished sexual desire or performance
  5. Excess anxiety, worry, guilt, and nervousness
  6. Increased anger, frustration, hostility
  7. Depression, frequent or wild mood swings
  8. Increased or decreased appetite
  9. Insomnia, nightmares, disturbing dreams
  10. Difficulty concentrating, racing thoughts
  11. Trouble learning new information
  12. Forgetfulness, disorganization, confusion
  13. Difficulty in making decisions
  14. Feeling overloaded or overwhelmed
  15. Frequent crying spells or suicidal thoughts
  16. Feelings of loneliness or worthlessness
  1. Little interest in appearance, punctuality
  2. Nervous habits, fidgeting, feet tapping
  3. Increased frustration, irritability, edginess
  4. Overreaction to petty annoyances
  5. Increased number of minor accidents
  6. Obsessive or compulsive behavior
  7. Reduced work efficiency or productivity
  8. Lies or excuses to cover up poor work
  9. Rapid or mumbled speech
  10. Excessive defensiveness or suspiciousness
  11. Problems in communication, sharing
  12. Social withdrawal and isolation
  13. Constant tiredness, weakness, fatigue
  14. Frequent use of over-the-counter drugs
  15. Weight gain or loss without diet
  16. Increased smoking, alcohol or drug use
  17. Excessive gambling or impulse buying

The Fight, Flight Freeze Response with its Alarm survival mechanism was intended to keep body alive by shutting down unnecessary organ responses and busting power to others to cope with stress. After the stressful event was over the body returned to normal functioning in maintain all its systems. The Fight Flight response was never meant to last long and was only intended for emergencies. Today however many maintain the alarm reaction as a state of being which drains the body, mind of resources and leads to eventual break down.


“The harmful effects of stress are being acknowledged globally as well.

According lo the European Union, (EU), stress is the second most frequently reported work-related health problem and is also to blame for half of all lost working days. In response, the EU recently launched the "Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress" campaign to raise-awareness about the psychological, physical and social risks related to work stress.

The Third Annual Work Stress Survey found that 83 percent of Americans are stressed at work; a significant jump from last year's reported 73 percent. While technological advancements are revolutionizing the workplace, they also place higher expectations on workers, according to survey spokesperson John Swarf.

There is also stress in coping with illness and PTSD from solders coming home with combat. Stress. Stress can greatly impact every day functioning and effectiveness in home, parenting and work place. Stress doesn't end at the end of the workday. Americans have plenty of reasons to be anxious and stressed. In general looking at global, economic, political unrest and in dealing with specific home, paying bills and caring for children and elderly challenges, stress is rooted into every aspect of our lives. The longer it persists, or the more intense it is i.e. violence and Combat Stress, the greater impact it has on the overall health of the individual, increasing risk of heart disease and depression. It's important to understand new and better ways of coping with the pressure dealing with day-to-day activities.

At AIWP, we support you to find healthy state of the art ways to beat increasing stress.

We teach relevant and fast ways to help you cope and use your stress to be more creative and resourceful. We help you learn skills to be SMART an acronym for STRESS MANAGEMENT AND RELAXATION TRAINING.

At AIWP, we teach people to be SMART about their daily experience of stress to avoid being overwhelmed and burning out or having their body break down.

Stress is really another symptom and not necessarily the cause of many of our health challenges. It's all in the way think, act and feel and we believe about ourselves that makes the difference.

Father of Stress stated, “even positive things can be stressful” i.e. moving to a new home, getting married, etc. He also stated that an important factor in dealing with our stress is admitting we are under stress. Acknowledging we have stress will in itself help us cope better. Denial only separates us from taking action and keeps the stress escalating. At AiWP, we teach you to understand the META Meaning of your stress and know how to effectively and learn fast easy to learn techniques to deal with it.

At AIWP we recommend and teach clients a Energy Psychology with a number of stress reduction modalities to interrupt the fight flight freeze response and help them in becoming more conscious and intentional. We help you identify limiting beliefs and habitual emotional behavioral patters that increase rather than decrease stress.

Dr Timothy Ryan, Ph.D. D.Div. will work with you by phone or in person to give you a step by step method to create a life style that minimizes stress. One of the best and easiest techniques to reduce stress and anxiety is Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). It's really helpful for busy people who don't have time to spend years in talk therapy and want to learn a gentle, fast technique to take the "angst" out of their difficulties and help them learn skills to completely reduce their stress.

The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a revolutionary new method having a powerful impact for rapidly and gently releasing and resolving emotional distress and trauma simply by tapping on acupoints. In one to three sessions it can help you clear anxiety, limiting beliefs and dissolve stress from guilt, shame and pain.

EFT can be a tool you can use right away and have for the rest of your life to help you resolve a number of emotional problems, traumas, addictions and many physical symptoms. EFT has become a major trend widely popularize on Oprah, Dr. Oz,, and the internet. Thousand of people have found it helpful and are using it to resolve anything and everything and demonstrated on U-Tube.

EFT is sometimes described as “acupuncture with out needles.” This is because Meridian Tapping Techniques use specific points on your body that are known as "acupressure" points; they are the same points used in acupuncture. George Goodheart, a chiropractor, originally found he could substitute simple manual pressure for needles. He saw the same beneficial results by simply applying manual pressure, instead of needles, to the acupuncture points

EFT is simple and can be easily and effectively used to stay ahead of the challenges of day-to-day interactions. EFT is fast and effective for reducing all kinds of stress and helps you stay resourceful and creative while maintaining resilience.

You can learn to use it right away and, with practice, can be a valuable therapeutic tool to use for all types of stresses, healing past trauma and even be used to increase your future success. EFT has also been shown to reduce stress and anxiety faster than "talk therapy" and it's effect last longer. EFT is also one of the best ways, I know of, to help you take your power back and take care of your alarm response to reduce and even eliminate your stress before it becomes a physical, mental, emotional problem. I recommend anyone who wants to stay healthy and maintain optimum efficiency in his or her life to learn EFT and other energy healing body based techniques.

In just a few short sessions, you will have a technique you can use anytime anywhere to reduce your stress and even heal past trauma.

Dr. Timothy Ryan will teach you a number of stress reduction and relationship enhancing techniques including EFT. His mission is to teach and support clients on how to remove blocks and maintain a healthy and vibrant mind, body and spirit. He is Intuitive Relationship Counselor and Mind Body Healing and Wellness Expert.

Dr Ryan has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Divinity. He has taught as numerous colleges, hospitals and churches and is a Board Certified Fellow and Diplomate at the American Association of Integrative Medicine and the American Psychotherapy Association. He is also a Certified EFT Master Practitioner and Trainer. Although Dr. Ryan has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, he is does not practice as a licensed Clinical Psychologist. His services do not include diagnosing or attempting to cure pathology or treat any form of physical, mental illness or disease which constitutes the conventional practice of psychology and medicine. His desire is to work with you as a spiritual person, who wishes to learn skills for mind, body relationship healing and spiritual awakening to help you achieve ultimate relationship happiness, fulfillment and optimum peace of mind and well-being. His over all goal is to teach you skills you can use right away to promote self-empowerment and self / other relationship healing enrichment, which is beyond the clinical realm of diagnosing and/or focusing on the treatment of pathology.