“Healthy company = less stressed out workers = more $$”- Comp Med Assoc.

Stress has been called the “health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization and is estimated to cost American businesses up to $300 billion a year.”

Here are a few ways that workplace stress the costs us:

  • 300% increase in behavioral disability claims in one decade.
  • 70 % of all visits to the family doctor.
  • 30% rise in disability claims.Statistics adapted from http://www.stress.org/workplace-stress/Stress

Isn’t it time we charge a few things?

Wouldn’t you like to feel confident that the place you work was taking steps to reduce your stress?

Let us know with a comment or a call.

 

 

 

“Saving our young girls from sex slavery”

CMA wants to thank Malika Saada Saar for her dedication to saving young women.  Malika Saada Saar is the Executive Director of Rights4Girls, a new effort focused on the human rights of marginalized young women and girls in the U.S.

She also co-founded the Rebecca Project for Human Rights (RPFHR),goal is to shut down Craigslist sex ads that served as the leading site for the trafficking of children for sex, ended the federal practice of shackling pregnant mothers behind bars in U.S. prisons, and successfully advocated for millions in federal funding for treatment and services for at-risk families. Newsweek and the Daily Beast have named Malika as one of “150 Women Who Shake the World.”

If you would like to help malika stop sex trafficing

 

 

“Cell talk – read yourself like a book” – M. Wolken – Comp. Med. Assn.

Do you want to know how your body communicates?Mary Wolken, PhD

Click here if you are ready

Can you create better communications

between body, mind and heart cells?

Click here if you are ready

CMA  is launching a new cell communication training series. It is designed to create tools for you to understand how your body communicates.

The more effective you become at understanding these cell messages the healthier, happier and creative you will become.

Click here (only a few spaces are available)

 

Mary Wolken is the Ex. Director of Complementary Medicine Association (CMA) and the trainer for this unique online  series “Cell Talk the many ways your body is calling you to be the best you can be”

This program is for you if you are motivated, but tired and frustrated of not doing the special work you came to do on this earth.   Program begins as soon as you have been accepted.

The rosary – yoga what’s the link?

Rhythmic prayer, such as saying the rosary, seems to affect the heart rate
in the same way as doing yoga.
Research on the health benefits of prayer has shown decidedly mixed
results. When individuals pray in a ritualistic or rhythmic way, such as
saying the rosary or repeating a mantra, they can lower their heart rate.
In fact, one study showed that the cardiovascular effects of rhythmic
prayer are similar to that of doing yoga. Studies on the effects of
intercessory prayer — that is, prayer for other people — show less
optimistic results. One study even showed that people who received
intercessory prayer from other people were more likely to suffer
post-surgery complications.

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-health-benefits-of-prayer.htm?m