You forgot to set your alarm. You’re late. Thekids are yelling they have nothing to wear toschool.You run over a bicycle pulling out of thedriveway.Somebody got your parking spot. In a rush youtrip up the stairs, and your briefcase flies open.Now you’re late for a meeting.
Stress is a normal part of life that can either help us learn and grow, or it can present tremendous problems. Stress releases powerful neurochemicals and hormones that prepare us for action (to fight or flee). If action is not taken and it builds up inside, that stress can lead to health problems. Different types of stress are; prolonged, uninterrupted, unexpected, and unmanageable.
Sound familiar? Stress, stress, stress. It’s allaround you. What do you do? Learn torecognize these signs.
5. Forgetfulness6. Tightness in chest7. Whites under one or both irises
1. Magnesium (mineral) 2. B complex vitamins 3. Vitamin C
4. A balanced diet - Eliminate caffeine,alcohol, nicotine, sugar5. Deep breathing - 20 deep breaths a day6. Meditation - Find the time every day7. Exercise - Do something every day
Managing stress depends on the willingness ofa person to make the changes necessary for ahealthy lifestyle.More Help is at: “Fight Stress & Win”www.kathycommunicates.com/stressDiscover the Secret Formula for Stress
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