STRESS is deadly.

It drains nutrients and creates imblances that  break down your brain, your heart and adrenals.  It causes you to store fat. It destroys energy.

HOW MANY SOURCES OF STRESS ARE IN YOUR LIFE? 

  • Frustrations
  • Mechanical Barriers
  • Technology
  • Traffic Jams
  • Relationship Barriers
  • Threats
  • Financial burdens
  • Job insecurity
  • Insecurities
  • Dissatisfied with self
  • Conflict between the way you think things should be and the way they are.
  • Health Assaults
  • Anti-nutritional food
  • Sedentary lifestyle

HOW IS THIS STRESS DESTROYING YOUR HEALTH

  • Physical Health
  • Alcohol /Tobacco cravings
  • Over/undereating
  • Constricted arteries
  • “Sticky” blood
  • Bone loss
  • Increased cholesterol
  • Racing heart
  • Irritated Bowel
  • Acid stomach
  • Blood sugar imbalances
  • Joint and muscle stress
  • Immune impairment
  • Accident proneness
  • Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety and panic
  • Vexing thoughts
  • Insomnia/fatigue
  • Worry too much
  • Self doubt/critical
  • Pessimism
  • Productivity
  • Distracted
  • Sick more often
  • Personal Relationships
  • Quick to lose your temper
  • Irritable and touchy
  • Withdrawn

CHOOSE 1 CHANGE IN EACH CATEGORY TO PREVENT/REVERSE THE DAMAGE

RELEASE

When you are under-stress chose new ways to  release.

  • Laugh
  • Cry
  • Talk to someone – friend, family, God
  • Deep breathing – Navy Seal Technique
  • Meditation, muscle relaxation
  • Take a break
  • Listen to music
  • Go to a movie or dinner with a friend
  • Play with a pet
  • Take a bath or shower
  • Make love

REBUILD

RESTRUCTURE

  • Overwhelmed by life –  Learn time management
    •  Write down all to dos
    • Do it now.
    • Schedule it for later.
    • Don’t do it.
    • Delegate it.
  •  Overwhelmed by finances?
    Get Financial Counseling
  • Vexed by stressful thoughts?
  • Change your thinking patterns
    • Thought stop
    • Disprove irrational thoughts
    • Problem solve
    • Accept rather then reject yourself
  • Learn effective communication skills
    • How to describe your frustrations
    • How to define your needs
    • How to make a request of significant others without escalating stress.