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Breathe to relax
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Thought I'd suggest something to release stress. Read and practice at your own risk.When you experience stress, you may be so used to it you're unaware of it.  Stress often shows up in your…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by SUSAN FOX Jun 16, 2012.

Do you use checklists?
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Hi Everyone,I was wondering if you regularly use checklists to help you through your day.  I was reading an article on people with TBI.  It said that some people with TBI who hold jobs use…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by SUSAN FOX May 23, 2012.

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SUSAN FOX replied to Marie-Terese's discussion TBIS Self Awareness & Self Control Share Compensation Stratagies & Safety Tip for Independent Living
"Hi Marie-Terese, There are some natural things you can do when looking to regain self-control.  In working with clients who trigger PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) flashbacks, I suggest to them they can do different exercises the minute…"
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SUSAN FOX replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Breathe to relax
"You're welcome.  I understand that focusing is a real issue for some TBI sufferers.  Glad you can use the written instructions. Be well. Susan "
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Cheryl Green replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Breathe to relax
"Thank you for the instructions! Sometimes I try to do some relaxation or imagery on my own but can't stay focused on it. I can sit here and read your instructions. Yay!"
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"You're welcome.  Just so you know, Jin Shin Jyutsu is the ancient art of releasing tensions.  Using it you work with the life force and wellness ensues as a result.  It takes several months to become a practitioner through…"
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SUSAN FOX replied to Doug Wingate's discussion Acupuncture following a TBI
"Good job, Joel.  By exploring complimentary ways of helping yourself, you help your body's natural life force energy flow in a life-supporting direction. Susan"
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SUSAN FOX replied to Doug Wingate's discussion Acupuncture following a TBI
"Hi Doug, I agree with you.  Doing natural things to promote wellness and internal balance helps after TBI, after coma recovery and simply to improve a body's wellness.  Thanks for donating your time. Susan"
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SUSAN FOX replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Breathe to relax
"Hi Diane, I agree with your remarks.  Thanks for your comments. There is so much we can do simply by calmly inhaling and exhaling.  One of the most important things we do is balance our brain chemistry by reducing excessive cortisol…"
May 27, 2012
Diane Wise replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Breathe to relax
"I attended a laughing yoga class and found it to be very helpful.  The premise was to identify the various types of laughter and the benefits to our various body parts.  With different types of laughter from snickering to robust rip…"
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Breathe to relax

Thought I'd suggest something to release stress. Read and practice at your own risk.When you experience stress, you may be so used to it you're unaware of it.  Stress often shows up in your shoulders.  They feel tight, tense, withdrawn.  You're neck might feel that way, too.  And a simple way to release the stress you may inadvertently be holding is to breathe and relax.So, let's get started with this simple exercise.  Repeat as many times as you desire:Imagine that you feel stress in your…See More
May 26, 2012
SUSAN FOX replied to Doug Wingate's discussion Acupuncture following a TBI
"Hi Doug, I practice Jin Shin Jyutsu (www.jsjinc.com).  It is not acupressure and does not use the acupressure meridians but does release blocked energy.  I have been a physio-philosopher practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu for about 10…"
May 26, 2012
SUSAN FOX replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Do you use checklists?
"Hey Arthur, Sounds like you are similar to us all in that you are doing your best to work with the natural approaches to heal or basically live while you're on this planet.  That's a good thing. In 1991, I was 5 months pregnant and…"
May 23, 2012
SUSAN FOX replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Do you use checklists?
"Hi Arthur, Just so you know, not interested in selling anything.  By nature, I'm a researcher.  Simply gathering research to understand what works for people with TBI. I personally use a lot of complimentary things in my own case to…"
May 22, 2012
SUSAN FOX replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Do you use checklists?
"Okay.  Thanks for your answer. What would make checklists better for you?  Do you save old checklists, notebooks, etc, to use for the future? Have you heard of DHA?  It is made from algae and helps memory.  I think Solaray is the…"
May 21, 2012
Richard J replied to SUSAN FOX's discussion Do you use checklists?
"I sure use checklists... I also use calendars, a small notebook and at work a legal size paper notepad is at my hip.  I use them just to make sure my memory (or lack of) doesn't fail."
May 21, 2012
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Do you use checklists?

Hi Everyone,I was wondering if you regularly use checklists to help you through your day.  I was reading an article on people with TBI.  It said that some people with TBI who hold jobs use checklists.  It helps their memory issues. If you use checklists, please reply to this post.  What kind of checklists do you use?  Do you need some ideas about how to create and use checklists?  Anything else you can share about using or wanting to use checklists would be helpful.Thanks.ComatalkerSee More
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At 1:19am on April 28, 2012, Susan Riley said…

This sounds very interesting. Thank you so much,  Susan

 

 
 
 

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