Destressing Your Life!
Do you have stress in your life?......
I know you answered yes, we all have stress in our lives.
What is stress? It is a reaction to a physical, mental, or emotional stimulus that upsets the body's natural balance. Stress is unavoidable, it can be positive or negative, it can be physical or psychological.
Stress can cause fatigue, chronic head aches, irritability, changes in appetite, memory loss, low self esteem, withdrawal, tooth-grinding, cold hands, high blood pressure, shallow breathing, nervous twitches, lowered sex drive, insomnia, gastro-intestinal disorders and many more lifestyle diseases.
It is estimated that stress contributes to as much as 80% of all major illnesses.
Do you know that in order to have a vibrant healthy body you need to de-stress your life!
Some of the following are suggestions that have worked for many people.
If you are looking for more information visit www.stressdoctor.com
This web site is hosted by Dr. Hans Selye the author of the book "Stress Remedies For Living In A Fogged Up World"
The web site is a wealth of information outlining effective methods of dealing with physical, emotional, and situational disorders produced by stress.
I know you have probably heard this before, but you can make small changes in your life. Some of the changes I listed on de-stressing your life will make a huge difference in your physical and emotional health.
Only you can change your life style, cut the stress in your life and have a vibrant healthy body.
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