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WHAT’S BUGGING YOU?FOUR MOUNTAINS, INC. INTRODUCES NEW STRESS-RELATED BREAKTHROUGH FINDINGS BY WAY OF “ROLY-POLY SYNDROME” HEALTH RESEARCH

Contact: Stacey Kumagai at 818.506.8675 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWHAT’S BUGGING YOU?FOUR MOUNTAINS, INC. INTRODUCES NEW STRESS-RELATED BREAKTHROUGH FINDINGS BY WAY OF “ROLY-POLY SYNDROME” HEALTH RESEARCHC...

Contact: Stacey Kumagai at 818.506.8675
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WHAT’S BUGGING YOU?
FOUR MOUNTAINS, INC. INTRODUCES NEW STRESS-RELATED BREAKTHROUGH FINDINGS
BY WAY OF “ROLY-POLY SYNDROME” HEALTH RESEARCH

Calabasas, CA – Roly-Polys & Fight/Flight. These stress-related health research ‘buzz-words’ define a breakthrough for Four Mountains, Inc., a privately held Clinical & Research Laboratory, in the unveiling of their Anti-Stress Program. With hundreds of documented case studies in the multi-dimensional (or wholistic) effects of chronic fight/flight, (stress physiology and stress anatomy) they’ve discovered how these primitive stress reactions have adverse effects in ALL BODY SYSTEMS, psychological processes, and lifestyle choices which have led to innovative insights in health, disease and optimal aging.

"In the process of researching the "stress of being human" we coined the term - the "Roly-Poly Syndrome" - to denote a total stress condition. Stress affects the WHOLE body/mind/life of humans, and we needed a term to represent this way of seeing it. Touch a roly-poly (“pill bug”) with your fingertip and you will trigger an involuntary stress reflex that quickly curls (pulls) it into a ball. They don’t control this reflex - it happens to them, against their will so to speak. The reflex is triggered by the perception of possible danger and they withdrawal into a ball - this is a defensive, flight reflex. It’s an exact visual representation of what happens to humans when our brains perceive a possible threat.... terrorists, abductions, relationships, murder, money, work, parents, low blood sugar, toxins, violent/action packed entertainment... all these things (and more) can be a source of perceived threat and may trigger the roly-poly syndrome - or the General Adaptation Syndrome (G.A.S.) as it’s called by many. Our research reveals the extent to which our primitive stress reflexes silently and invisibly destroy bodies, minds and lives. Teaching people to recognize and learn to self-regulate is a key to the evolution of human health. Our Anti-Stress Program is based on these principles, and these are the central issues in our Evolution of Health Project," explains Dr. Ward Coleman, N.D. and President of Four Mountains, Inc.

Four Mountains programs support the transition from unwell to well, i.e. from a total stress condition to a balanced and optimized condition that can be learned and maintained.

For media requests, contact Stacey Kumagai at 818/506-8675 or mediamonster@yahoo.com . To order the Anti-Stress Program call Four Mountains, Inc.Science Articles, at 800/736-0904 or email fourmountains@earthlink.net

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Stacey Kumagai is CEO of Media Monster Communications, Inc. - a full-service public relations, marketing & media firm.



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