Is Stress the Problem? Do you need a Stress Response Evaluation (SRE)? SAVE TODAY!!

Stress Response Evaluation measure seven things:
  • Brainwaves
  • Respiration
  • Heart Rate
  • Heart Rate Variability
  • Temperature
  • Galvanic Skin Response
  • Muscle tone (sEMG)
  • It is a daily challenge and it affects all aspects of our daily lives, but what do we really know about STRESS? The most important aspect of stress is the body’s response to a stressor. Your stress response is controlled by your nervous system. Let’s say you are involved in a near miss automobile accident. Your stress response would include: Sweat glands, goose bumps, increased respiration, pupil dilation, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, increased muscle activity in the head and neck, increased adrenalin secretion, increased blood delivery to muscles, decreased blood delivery to gut, decreased hand temperature and heightened brain activity.