Tue, Apr 09|
"Life With Breath" In Reducing Stress Webinar
Ed is joined by Nancy Rothstein a.k.a. The Sleep Ambassador. Ed & Nancy are excited to talk with you about the relationship between sleep, breathing and stress.
Time & Location
Apr 09, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
About the event
Therapeutic mindful breathing is arguably the most comprehensive approach we have to reducing stress and building physical & psychological resiliency. To appreciate the role of this mind/body strategy as a tool in stress reduction, it’s important to understand the relationship between breathing, the relaxation response and the function of the autonomic nervous system (ANS), which controls the function of the many of the systems and organs being negatively affected by stress.
Chronic stress and burnout negatively affect the parts of the brain responsible for self-regulation and the on/off switch from sympathetic (SNS) to parasympathetic (PNS) affecting our ability to be physically and psychologically “resilient”. In order to retrain the body/mind, we have to direct attention to balancing the ANS. Specifically, more tools and strategies initiating the PNS. In this webinar, Ed is joined by Nancy Rothstein a.k.a. The Sleep Ambassador. Ed & Nancy are excited to talk with you about the relationship between sleep, breathing and stress.
In this Life With Breath breath work webinar, we will:
• Understand how breathing rates and patterns the stress response and sleep
• Explore the powerful effects of yoga breathing as a mind/body tool and strategy for improving the relaxation response and vagus nerve; 2 areas essential for reducing stress and improving sleep
• Learn 3 breathing techniques to reduce stress and self-regulate thoughts & emotions
Join Nancy & I to understand why the length, depth and pace of our inhale and exhale is so important to maintaining balance in our Autonomic Nervous System. Discover living YOUR Life With Breath during National Stress Awareness Month.
About Nancy Rothstein, MBA:
As The Sleep Ambassador®, Nancy inspires a new respect for sleep and its impact on all aspects of work, life and well-being. Through consulting, public speaking, media engagements, writing, and other venues, she presents strategic solutions selected to empower people to make lasting shifts to optimize their sleep quality and quantity. Nancy consults and lectures to Fortune
500 corporations and other organizations, awakening leadership to the ROI of a good night’s sleep for their workforce and providing sleep education/training initiatives for employees at all levels. She also lectures on sleep to the medical and dental communities to foster understanding and to encourage action to integrate relevant sleep information/resources into their practice and for their constituencies.
Nancy recently completed her term as a member of the NIH’s Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board and currently serves on the Board of the Foundation for Airway Health, the Advisory Board of the Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy, and as a member of the Steering Committee of Myapnea.org, as well as working with other organizations that foster sleep health. Nancy is the author of My Daddy Snores; published by Scholastic, it has sold over 400,000 copies. Nancy has a B.A. from The University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.