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How to train your autonomic nerves and increase stress tolerance

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“I want to be stress-resistant!”


Do not you think so?

Are you dented, depressed, or mentally ill every day?


“That’s why I’m working, so it can’t be helped.”

“Because this world is a place of training”


Those who can see that are those who have some stress tolerance.


But you

“I want to be mentally strong”

If you feel that, if you act to strengthen your mental health, it will be like that.


If you want to be smart, you can study.

If you want to build muscle, do muscle training and it will be like that.


It’s the same.

Mental will be like that if you act to strengthen your mental health.




How to increase stress tolerance and strengthen your mental health

Part ① Good posture


For those reading this blog

“Is that it again?”

However, since mental health is closely related to the autonomic nerves, good posture is indispensable.


The autonomic nerves are in the spine.

It can be said that the autonomic nerve = the spine.


By living in a good posture, your autonomic nerves will be in order and your mental health will be stronger.


How to take a good posture

Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your spine is probably protruding, but this spine is inherently warped. It is).

Good posture and spine correction are even more effective when paired.

About the correction method DRT of our hospital


How to increase stress tolerance and strengthen your mental health

(2) Train your sympathetic nerves


Yuichiro Miura, a mountaineer, is known as the oldest climber who climbed Everest at the age of 80, but by the time he was 60, his physical strength was so weak that he could not climb the mountain that elementary school students would climb on an excursion. that’s right.


From there he challenged the mountain many times and eventually climbed Everest.





“want to quit”

It would have been, but as he climbed many times, he trained his autonomic nerves as well as his physical function.


Then he loosened his blood vessels and stabilized his heartbeat.


The limit value that you feel will go up.


By repeating this, I was able to obtain a mental health that increased my stress tolerance and allowed me to climb the harsh Everest.


We can’t imitate like Yuichiro Miura, but we can train our mental health in the same way.


Jogging at first


You may feel pain in your chest, but it is due to excessive sympathetic tone.


If you repeat this, the parasympathetic nerves will work to widen the blood vessels.


Then, blood flow can be sent to the whole body without overdoing the heart.


If you break through the limits little by little, your mental health will gradually become stronger.


Climb the stairs of the condominium, walk a little faster, and continue the so-called “do your best”.


And if you do your best, please rest well.

If your sympathetic nerves increase, resting will increase your parasympathetic nerves.


It is also good to stretch or soak in the bathtub.


院長 宮島信広