Moderate Stress

Breathe Your Way to Calm 

Understanding Your Moderate Stress Score

Dear Wellness Seeker,

Congratulations on taking the first step towards understanding and managing your stress levels by completing our assessment.

Your score places you in the Moderate Stress category (21-35 Points), indicating that while you’re handling the pressures of life, there are moments when stress becomes more pronounced, potentially impacting your daily well-being.

We’ve provided some free guides to help you better handle stress below.

What Your Score Reveals

 A moderate stress score suggests that you’re in a pivotal space—balancing between managing well and feeling the strain of stress more acutely at times. This level often manifests through symptoms like occasional sleep disturbances, muscle tension, or feelings of being overwhelmed. It’s a clear indicator that it’s time to explore new strategies for stress management, to not only alleviate these symptoms but also to prevent them from escalating.

The Power of Breathwork

In response to your needs, we’re excited to offer you our exclusive “Breathwork for Stress Relief” guide. This resource is specially designed to introduce you to effective breathing techniques that have been scientifically proven to reduce stress and anxiety levels. Among these, the 4-7-8 method, diaphragmatic breathing, and box breathing stand out as powerful tools to regain control over your stress responses and enhance your overall sense of calm.

Why Breathwork?

Breathing techniques are among the most immediate and practical tools for stress relief. They can be practiced anywhere, anytime, requiring no special equipment—just a few moments of your time. By learning to control your breathing, you directly influence your nervous system, shifting from a state of stress to one of relaxation.

Your Guide to Breathwork Techniques:

  • The 4-7-8 Method: A simple yet profound technique to quickly reduce stress levels and prepare your body for rest.
  • Diaphragmatic Breathing: By engaging your diaphragm, you’ll enhance oxygen exchange and encourage a deep state of relaxation.
  • Box Breathing: Adopted by athletes and emergency responders, this method helps maintain calm and focus under pressure.

Each section of the guide provides step-by-step instructions, making it easy for you to integrate these practices into your daily routine, and details the benefits you can expect from each technique.

Take the Next Step Towards Wellness

We believe in supporting you fully on your journey to managing stress and enhancing your well-being. To offer you a more personalized approach to stress management, we invite you to schedule your free Zyto scan at our office. This non-invasive scan will provide deeper insights into how your body is responding to stress and help us tailor a wellness plan that addresses your specific needs.

Embrace a Calmer, More Balanced Life

Schedule Your Free Computerized Scan now

Warmest regards,

Dr. Dawn Robinson

Don’t let moderate stress define your life. With the right tools and personalized support, you can transform your stress into strength, paving the way for a calmer, more balanced future. Let’s embark on this journey together.

Here Are Your

Free Gifts!

30 Day Wellness Calendar

This downloadable calendar includes daily activities focused on maintaining low stress levels and enhancing overall well-being. Activities range from spending time in nature, practicing gratitude, trying a new physical activity, to preparing a healthy meal. The goal is to incorporate small, manageable habits that support a stress-free lifestyle.

Breathing Techniques For Stress Relief

This guide introduces you to a breathing technique that can be used to manage stress and anxiety effectively.



Breathing For Calm And Focus

This breathing technique is used by many people to maintain calmness and focus under stress.



Breathing For Relaxation and Stress Relief

Discover the fundamentals of breathing from your diaphragm and how it can enhance oxygen exchange, promote relaxation, and reduce stress levels.



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