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Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step in your resilience journey to go from fatigued to flourishing! If you are already feeling great, you can take your energy and mental performance to the next level. Everyone has a slightly different ‘resilience make-up’. We break resilience and mental wellbeing down into 4 key areas: Mood, Energy, Clarity and Calm. Each of us has our strengths and challenge areas within these 4 areas, to create the 4 resilience types, based on your area of biggest challenge. Knowing your unique ‘resilience make up’ and your type helps guide what wellbeing & integrative medicine interventions (see suggestions section) may work best for you.

How to read your scores: for each section, you will get two scores: 1 score is from your full resilience assessment , the big 20 question one you did. The other is from the resilience check-in which is the quick daily ‘check’ in which you can repeat regularly in the app (coming soon!) to track how things are going and see trends. Your suggestions are based on the assessment which you can repeat every 3-6 months to get the best recommendations and see how things have changed at a more detailed level.

Coming soon: you can track your progress in the app as you try a suggestion, whether it’s a diet change or taking a supplement or cannabinoid and see how your scores change over time. This lets you decode exactly what makes a difference so there’s no more confusion or guessing if something is working for you. You can even share your results to help out others, or share them with your doctor to let them know what’s working for you (and what’s not!).

your resilience type

The Resilience Score

Your Resilience, or R score is a single score to let you know where you are on the resilience spectrum. There’s no right or wrong score, it’s just for you to get an idea of where you are now, so when you start a new suggestion from the list below, you can see how things shift over time.
If your score is on the low side, we can be more vulnerable to resilience zappers, like sources of physical or mental stress. Even if you suffer with a chronic condition and feel like your resilience is low, you can shift your way up the spectrum from fatigued to flourishing, improve your energy, wellbeing and quality of life and regain a sense of control so that your condition doesn’t sabotage your happiness.

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This is the aspect of resilience and mental wellbeing to do with a healthy mood balance, optimism, joy and the ability to keep putting the brain back into ‘approach mode’ to help us bounce back from mood lows. Mood balance also affects how well we can maintain our motivation for doing the things we love and maintaining relationships that nurture us and give us a sense of joy in daily life.

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This is the aspect of resilience and mental wellbeing focused on how well we are able to regulate our energy levels on a brain, cell, and body level. If our overall energy output is constantly exceeding our capacity, it can lead to issues and dysfunction at a brain, cellular (in our mitochondria cell energy powerhouses) and immune system level. Each of us has our own unique energy ‘set point’ so our needs are quite individual. .

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This is the aspect of RAMW related to optimal cognition, or thinking ability, mental clarity (the opposite being brainfog), concentration, memory and mental organization. When we have trouble in this domain we can feel brainfoggy, have trouble focusing and staying mentally organized.

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This is the resilience skill we need to keep us able to return to a calm, cool and collected nervous system baseline and avoid living in a state of hyperarousal – the feeling of being in an abnormally heightened state 24/7. This means cultivating a calm mind and brain in the face of stress to avoid living in fight or flight mode, not being able to deeply relax and let go or have trouble getting to sleep

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The suggestions are based on your resilience type and your assessment. They give you a starting point for wellbeing activities you may want to try and test to see what works for you best and how they help change mood, energy, clarity and calm and your overall R score over time. Remember these are just suggestions to get you started. The integrative approach is also key, so combining a mindbody practice with a diet change or cannabinoid can help give you better results faster.

(Coming soon: add each thing you try as a wellness experiment in the app and track how it works for you to remove the guessing and become your own expert in what works for you.)

Supplement Suggestions

This includes natural supplements, nutraceuticals and botanicals. Combining multiple supplements together from your suggestions list may help more than just a single one due to the synergy effect.

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Diet + Microbiome Suggestions

This includes dietary strategies for increasing wellbeing and resilience, energy, decreasing stress, supporting mood and mental clarity and optimize the microbiome, or healthy gut bacteria balance, which also affects the brain

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Mindbody Suggestions

This includes practices such as different forms of simple quick meditations, relaxation training, and even breathing practices to help change the brain

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Cannabinoid + Powerplant Suggestions

This includes hemp CBD, medical cannabis and cannabinoids including minor ones like CBG, CBN, THCA/THCV and terpenes as well as emerging novel therapeutics from psychedelics including psilocybin (where legal).

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