Many women are aware that they suffer from stress and anxiety mentally or emotionally. What many may not know is that physical stress from nutrient deficiencies, hormonal imbalance and inflammations may be a major contribution to their stress they are struggling to overcome.
Most stress management “tips” are external and may be helpful to temporarily relieve stress. However, until the root of the stress issue or issues is identified and addressed, it will be like fire fighting an ever increasing flame with a pail of water.
With stress, it is important to address it holistically, considering both the emotional and biological aspects of one’s life as they are strongly interlinked. Understanding how your body responds to stress and uncovering the root cause or causes of the triggers are important first steps to begin the journey to eliminating stress.
Stress is a normal reaction to exciting events like falling in love, getting a new job, or buying a home. Stress is also a hardwired survival technique built into your body as a means of protection. When triggers arise, the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) signals the “fight or flight response”, which mobilizes you to take action and avoid danger.
The issue is that your body doesn’t know the difference between a bear chasing you and workrelated anxiety.
Your body’s stress response is perfectly healthy when there’s a real emergency (like a bear chasing you), but it your body is constantly getting stress signals for everyday issues (workrelated anxiety), you’ll burn out over time.
Stress levels are not only affected by your environment and surroundings or from your
relationships. They are also affected by the foods that you take. Very often many of us are getting too few essential nutrients necessary for optimum cellular nutrition. This impacts on our nervous system which influences on how we cope or response to stress.
This Stress – Free for Life program will help you to uncover the root cause or causes contributing to your stress. Only then will you be able to improve your stress levels for life.