Most stress, comes from doing things YOU really don’t want to do.
Again, most stress comes from doing things YOU really don’t want to do.
Think about when you are doing things you love! Do you ever feel stress?
First step to relieve stress is to accept where ever you are in your life right at this moment. If you can’t accept your life at this very moment, take massive action to change it immediately.
Stress is a silent killer.
Consistent stress wreaks havoc on the mind and body. Often making life incredibly difficult day to day.
Stress is linked with heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, headaches, anxiety, gastric problems, skin rashes, balding, back pain, sexual dysfunction, overeating, & tooth / gum disease.
There are more recent studies reporting chronic stress earlier in life effects memory later in life.
Compound chronic stress with excessive use of drugs, alcohol, and overeating and you have a recipe for a chaotic and shortened life.
In fact, it’s been estimated that 90% of doctor’s visits are for symptoms that are at least partially stress-related!
There is a pill for every sickness, to treat symptoms as opposed to unrooting the root of the illness (stress). Having poor mental and physical health lead to various illnesses or disease, resulting in the taking of pills to manage a life long illness. Minimizing high stress levels will certainly benefit overall health in the present and in the future.
Most us are working tons hours! Working tight deadlines, driving in rush hour traffic, managing multiple social networks, raising children, saving for college, paying mortgages & car payments, balancing friendships and family.
There is little room to separate from all the stimulus because our day is filled with diversions, Mindfulness is a skill to offer present awareness and clarity.
Effects of Stress at work.
- poor decision making
- short temper
- lack of focus
- missed work
- Heavy reliance on stimulants which make you even more tired
There MUST be time set aside each and everyday to counter balance the continual stress response we create everyday in our lives.
* Remember the stress response is for fight or flight, essentially it is for saving our life, it is not to be a constant in our daily life.
I provide skills to control the impact of stress on the mind and body.