Upgrading your resilience to thrive in the face of neverending uncertainty doesn’t have to be hard but it does require you to establish a lifelong relationship with your nervous system.
Now, that might sound like it will take a lot of effort, but don’t worry! The solution is simple, backed by science, and loved by many.
You’ll be able to wake up, get stuff done, wind down, and sleep easy!
Balance Is Key
Bringing your nervous system into balance is an essential step in regulating your physiology so you can effectively manage anxiety, overwhelm, insomnia, and other stress-related symptoms.
Because life is an experience of never-ending change, how you respond and recover from real or perceived threats is vital to your health and well-being.
The Good News
I teach my clients to build resilience in many ways, and one of the easiest ways is through Apollo Neuro.
At Apollo Neuro they designed a safe, non-invasive wearable that taps into the body’s natural ability to recover and adapt. So you can access the calmer, more mindful version of yourself.
Remember I shared you need to start by establishing a relationship with your nervous system?
Well, Apollo Neuro is a simple way of doing that.
If you’re someone ready to gain control of their anxiety, overwhelm, and burnout, the Apollo Neuro outcomes are consistent, impactful, and life-giving.
Take A Look At The Results…
Apollo Neuro has been studied in six different clinical trials, with nine more underway. Across this research subjects experienced, on average:
40% LESS STRESS AND FEELING OF ANXIETY
11% INCREASE IN HRV (HEART RATE VARIABILITY)
UP TO 25% MORE FOCUS AND CONCENTRATION
10% FASTER PHYSICAL RECOVERY
Time For A Stress Recap
Our health and survival are dependent on the dynamic relationship between the two branches of the autonomic nervous system: the parasympathetic (rest-and-digest) branch and the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) branch.
When there is a stress trigger the nervous system’s fight-or-flight response kicks in, leaving you overwhelmed, distracted, and reactive.
When the fight-or-flight response is overactive it makes it physiologically harder to focus, meditate, relax, or sleep.
Your body and mind are both signaling each other that you are unsafe, under threat, and need to be escaping danger (not sleeping or focusing on work).
This constant state leaves you sleepless, restless, distracted, and in overdrive.
How To Start A Resilience Ritual
Wear Apollo Neuro as a band on your wrist or ankle, or as a clip attached to your clothing on a shirt collar, bra strap, or waistband.
With consistent use over time, Apollo strengthens your nervous system and improves heart rate variability (HRV), training your body to rebalance and recover from stress more quickly.
Those who use Apollo 3+ hours a day, 5+ days a week, during the day and night have shown the greatest improvements in sleep and cardiovascular metrics.
Over time, the Apollo wearable retrains the nervous system to adapt to stress more effectively, so you sleep better and feel better.
HOW IS APOLLO NEURO DIFFERENT?
Unlike other wearables, this is not a biometric tracking device. Apollo is a therapeutic wearable, that works by sending gentle vibrations to the body that signal safety to the brain.
It’s a safe, non-invasive way to relax, get the sleep you need, focus your attention, and find your flow.
Using the Apollo wearable consistently over time helps to retrain your nervous system, helping you recover from stress and feel better overall.
The Apollo™ device works like an invisible hug for your nervous system and to me, that is stress resilience made simple!
Allison Adams is an international wellness entrepreneur and founder of Sacred Leadership Global. She guides leaders in creating a conscious, sustainable lifestyle and leadership brand that’s sourced through health, well-being, values, and heart. Her transformational experiences include Personal and Team Coaching, Wellness Sabbaticals, Retreats, and Community. Each offer is intentionally curated to support the needs, aspirations, and transformation of clients worldwide. Connect via LinkedIn.