Assess Your Mental Wellness Today in 5 Minutes

Why? Mental Wellness is Just as Important as Physical Wellness! Stress Kills. Gain Knowledge.

Mind, Body, Spirit Balance is essential for an optimized Brain Gut Heart Axis

 This simplified assessment is based on the research-validated Profile of Mood States questionnaire, or POMS, that has been used in thousands of clinical studies for almost 2 decades.   It  is used to measure stress levels, mental wellness and biochemical balance (or imbalance) in research study subjects in a range of clinical trials.   

  • Mental wellness can be impacted by a wide range of factors
  • These factors range from stress and sleep quality to the balance between hormones, neurotransmitters and bacteria in the gut
  • In psychology research, "mental wellness" is measured by assessing "psychological vigor" — defined as a "mood state characterized by physical energy, mental acuity, and emotional well-being"
  • Vigor can also be described as the opposite of "burnout" (physical fatigue, brain fog, and emotional exhaustion)
  • You will be emailed a helpful picture of your mental wellness state and simple ways to optimize your overall mind-body wellness

Your Health & Wellness Matter

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In order to live a higher quality life, maintaining optimal wellness is key. Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being and directly affects our actions and emotions. In order to subdue stress, reduce illness, and ensure positive moments in your life, you must achieve optimal wellness. 

Live With Passion & Purpose

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You can apply a wellness approach towards your environment, community, career, belief systems, physical activities, self care, healthy eating, self esteem, and creative activities. Applying wellness in your everyday life will allow you to achieve your full potential and live with passion and purpose. 

GUT-BRAIN-HEART AXIS: The most recent discoveries of the gut microbiome and the gut-brain axis are the cornerstone for mental wellness. In fact, science now tells us that we actually have THREE brains — the brain we already know about in our head, and the equivalent of another, equally important brain, in our gut, and a brain, in our HEART!

mindfulness programs and being part of a community of positive people.

 Targeting Mental Wellness Through
the Body’s Three Brains

Our three brains: gut (sensing brain), mind/brain (thinking brain) and heart (feeling brain) determine our emotions and are the most powerful tools in optimizing our overall mental wellness.

Think of your gut as the intuition and instinct resource. The head is the logical and analytical source. And finally, the heart as the emotional, passionate and artistic approach to your well-being. When in sync, these three brains balance your mental wellness.*