How to Cope with Stress
Do You Feel Like Stress Has Taken Over Your Life?
If you’re someone who deals with high levels of stress on a consistent basis, it’s likely that your body, mind, and overall well-being is paying the price.
Interestingly, stress as we know it today wasn’t recognized by Western medicine until the late 1950s! In the decades since then, lots of research has been conducted about what causes stress, how stress affects the body, and what strategies and behaviors can aid in reducing stress levels.
In order to effectively cope with stress, it’s important to understand where your stress comes from and what could be making it worse.
During my How to Cope with Stress Email Series, I’ll be walking you through everything you should know about stress, including what causes a stress response in the body, how to identify your triggers, and what you can do to decrease your stress levels.
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Here’s the bottom line: if you’re living with high levels of stress, you’re putting your whole well-being at risk.
Aside from narrowing your ability to think clearly, feel balanced, and function effectively, stress also tears away at your emotional equilibrium and negatively impacts your physical health. In essence, coping with your stress is arguably the most important kind of self care.
From physical symptoms like muscle tension, nausea, headache, and skin irritations, to emotional issues like irritability, anger, sadness, and changes in sleep and appetite, the effects of stress can quickly take over many facets of your life.
Take the time NOW to equip yourself with the proper tools to cope with stress. Your future self will thank you for it.
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