Glendale, CA (PRWEB) January 6, 2009
A November 7 Economic News Release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that employment fell by 1.2 million in the first 10 months of 2008 with over half of the decrease occurring in the past 3 months. This is happening at the start of the holidays, a time known to create elevated stress levels even in the best of times. So what can we do to help ease the mental and emotional strain, also called psychological stress, created by our present circumstances?
According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, several options are available that anyone can use at little or no cost. These include meditation, yoga, massage, improved time management and other simple techniques for reducing stress. Energy Psychology is another promising technique rising in popularity.
"It's at times like these that the power of energy psychology can make a huge impact in people's lives," said Jon C Mejia, radio host and creator of the Simone Zone, a well-regarded on-line energy psychology program. "It's the most powerful and innovative approach to wellness I've found in over thirty years of research."
Energy Psychology is based on the premises that harmful stress levels can be reduced quickly and effectively in just minutes using the body's energy channels, known as meridians, in combination with discoveries from the field of quantum science.
Responding to a question of energy psychology's value Mejia said, "Twenty years ago yoga and acupuncture were also seen as dubious, but today these techniques are universally regarded as beneficial and used by millions of people. I predict the same will happen with Energy Psychology, only far faster"
For those interested in lowering their stress levels at the lowest possible price, the Mayo Foundation's advice is worth its weight in gold.
To learn more, call the company at 1-800-892-4922 or visit their website at http://www.simonezone.com
About Simone Zone:
For more information about the application and uses of Energy Psychology, call Jon C. Mejia, author of Why Act Like a Mouse When You're Really a Cat? At 800-892-4922
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Address: 450 N. Brand Boulevard, Suite 600
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Phone: 800-711-2114 ext. 350