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Calming the nervous system. A tool for the self-care tool kit

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If you’re seeking new ways to calm the nerves during this unprecedented time, and are open to alternative options, this blog’s for you.

With stress hormone levels off the charts, we’d like to share a few thoughts.

We’re all reaching for a bit of zen right now. And we know that stress lowers our immune system. We know it blocks our thinking and tests our patience. Not what any of us want.

You possess an innate complexity, creativity and ability to “figure things out” and to tap into the power of your mind and capacity.

But it’s difficult if we’re filled with tension and anxious thoughts.

Our vision at InclineRx from the start, has been to be in service to the deep human need for rest and renewal and healing.

This is why we have created our product.

To create an experience for people that fosters feelings of expansiveness, transformation, and calm.

Are your muscles guarding right now? Protecting? Back pain, tightness in the shoulders, stiffness in the hips... Tension takes many forms. 

We recognize that body, mind and spirit are intrinsically inseparable. Nurturing this connection impacts our bodies ability to heal and to feel fully alive.

Yes, gentle-inversion can ease physical pain and tension.

It also can ease mental stress and help you to regulate your stress response, and help in the healing process with grief and trauma. 

Gentle-inversion is a natural healing modality that leverages the power of gravity, gently, at a low and safe angle. The reorientation of your body creates a balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system to quiet the nerves.

Gravity determines how hard the heart has to work to meet the brain’s demand for blood. When the head is lower than the heart, it reflexively signals the heart rate to slow down. As a result, the parasympathetic nervous system is stimulated, the heart relaxes, and the nervous system calms down.

Designed to easily integrate wellness into your day to day, it is intended to be left out in the open, ready to use—a visual reminder.

A tool for the toolkit. Part of your home sanctuary.

Our customer Ruby Somera shared her experience with us a few weeks ago about how it’s helped her with the anxiety and fear from the past month of pandemic stress.



“It's my go-to home sanctuary for peace and self-care. You get SO much out of it and it literally takes no effort at all. You just lay there and are instantly in a state of peace and calm.”

 

How the Lull incliner helps to reduce stress and calm the nervous system.

We designed our incliner to support the rhythm of people’s daily lives & blend with the experiences that people already find important.

Which is why Lull is also an integrative tool. Complimentary. 

It can help people to enter into their desired states. It can serve as a return into one’s body, heart, and mind. And as a stabilizer to stay resilient and strong. Gentle-inversion, and our Lull specifically, can be its own experience, or paired with other self-care practices.

Here are four of our favorite pairings that you can do for yourself, each with overlaps and similarities upon the body’s systems.

  1. Jin Shin Jyutsu - An ancient method of releasing tensions in the body using energy pathways with the light touch of your own hands. Our mother has practiced this for 38 years and I've been a fortunate recipient.
  2. Breathwork - a foundational stress-reduction life skill.
  3. Meditation. People who want to meditate but find it hard to sit after sitting all day, have found they’re able to do so on the incliner.
  4. EFT, commonly known as tapping, is a mixture of breathwork, meditation, and affirmations. 


When the body is fully supported in the position that Lull is designed for, one is more able to let go and relax.

How Lull helps Patty to meditate

On a personal note, I wish I could say I've got this down pat. Far from it. For me, staying calm takes commitment and management. I've been no stranger to stress in my lifetime, and it's part of what drew me to using the incliner in the first place and why I'm passionate to share it with the world.

A closing note on relaxation. Have you heard of Joel and Michelle Levy? They’re a Seattle couple who have spent over four decades writing books and teaching about mindfulness, contemplative science, and human performance. I highly recommend picking up one of their books. My favorites books by them are The Fine Art of Relaxation and Living Balance.

Would you like to try Lull out in your home? We will ship to you with contactless delivery if you have a receiving area.

With love and uplift,

Aimée and the InclineRx family

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