Heal for Real Offers Guidance in Overcoming Effects of Chronic Illness

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Heal for Real
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A transformative life coach in Scottsdale, Arizona, Peter Winslow provides direction on personal and life choices that range from career advancement and wealth consciousness to healing and empowerment. Peter Winslow also offers guidance on coping with the degenerative autoimmune disorder ankylosing spondylitis (AS), based on his own experiences with the condition. He developed a program for overcoming chronic pain associated with AS and published his findings in the 2010 book Heal for Real.

The book covers the trials and tribulations following his AS diagnosis and the steps he took to overcome the depression and addictions that occurred as a result. He shares his tools and techniques for creating positive changes in the body, designed to help overcome chronic pain and regain control from an incurable condition. His tips are also interwoven with powerful scientific and philosophic pieces of wisdom that promote dynamic healing.

Heal for Real is available in both physical and e-book format.

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Feel, Don’t Think – Avoiding Eating as a Temporary Solution to Stress

 

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Peter Winslow, Life Coach

Peter Winslow is a Scottsdale, Arizona-based life coach who engages with people from all backgrounds to help them realize inner strengths and overcome anxiety. Through programs such as The Three Minute Miracle to End Anxiety, Peter Winslow helps break addictive cycles of stress, adrenaline production, and overeating.

For many, mindless eating becomes a coping mechanism when they are depressed, as carb consumption raises the brain’s serotonin levels and releases a sense of soothing pleasure and tension release. With the temporary lift followed by a crash, the addictive cycle starts anew and leads to unhealthy weight gain.

The Three Minute Miracle, which Winslow refers to as the “Cortisol Kill Switch,” centers on employing the brain to halt stress hormones and panic mechanisms that lead to the fight-or-flight response taking hold. The secret to this is feeling instead of thinking. This seems counterintuitive, as the anxious person is usually trying not to feel dread and panic. Unfortunately, the very act of resistance, or trying to get away from anxiety, keeps stress hormones elevated and makes the situation worse.