Power against stress

Tips, energy, and frequencies for relaxation

From the perspective of evolutionary biology, stress was once necessary for survival, for example, when a hungry saber-toothed tiger jumped in the way or an angry opponent with a club approached. As a natural reaction of the body, the stress then ensured that the pulse and blood pressure rose, breathing became faster, all senses sharpened, and the muscles tensed. Within seconds, the released stress hormones made additional energy available for either escape or combat.

The physical reactions are still the same today, but a fight-or-flight situation never or rarely occurs. This means that there is no valve through which the pressure can be released. The feeling of being under stress remains and becomes a constant companion, additionally nourished by the urge to make everyone happy.


Distress and Eustress

This kind of stress, the distress, is harmful to you, especially if it's permanent. It eats up your energy, weakens your immune system, and can even change your personality. Its opposite is the eustress, positive stress, which can be experienced as an adventurous thrill when white water rafting or bungee jumping. Eustress is great for you, it invigorates you, sharpens your attention, and increases your body's performance. This kind of stress is a welcomed emotion. Distress, however, should be avoided. We're letting you in on how to achieve that.

Enough sleep

While you're sleeping, your body's own cleaning company whirls through all the rooms, corridors, and corners of your body. That takes time. You should allow yourself seven to eight hours of sleep to regenerate.

Regular exercise

Endurance sports and yoga are talented stress killers. When moving, your body produces more endorphins and the so-called happiness hormone serotonin, which neutralizes the stress hormones.

Healthy diet

It's common knowledge that a diet should be balanced. However, not only the "ingredients" matter but also how you eat. Eat consciously, that means concentrate only on the food, and take your time when eating.

Structured process

Multitasking has long been out of fashion. It's been realized that it doesn't increase the brain's performance, but, on the contrary, weakens it. Finish tasks one after the other and decide which ones take precedence.

Valuable time out

Little breaks from the routines of everyday life do you good. Do what you love: read a book, sit in a cafe, walk in the park, listen to music. A particularly lovely time-out can also be achieved by simply doing nothing.

Good friends

Man is not made to be alone. For our development and well-being, we need social contacts for personal exchange, for talks and activities together. So, be a good friend and you'll most probably have good friends.

Say No

Listen to your gut when a decision has to be made, not your sense of responsibility. If you have a strange feeling about something, don't get involved. Reject it with a "no." This is a skill that has to be learned.

Say Yes

Listen carefully to your body and ask yourself what you want, what you need, and what is good for you. To these things, you say "yes" and treat yourself to them. Or you arrange your life in such a way that the fulfillment of these wishes becomes possible.

Frequencies of food supplements

Some supplements have proven to be stress killers. These include CBD, which has a relaxing effect and can dissolve anxiety disorders, and Passiflora, whose ingredients mitigate stress signals. These and six other dietary supplements are stored as frequencies in a unique 90.10.-CARD: "Tink for Men" was developed for middle-aged men, "Tink for Women" is aimed at women of the same age group. Besides the so-called stress booster, both power capsules contain four additional complex boosters.

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