Stress-free living - can such a thing exist? Stress can actually be a good thing, and we need a bit of stress in our lives to keep us going. It helps us get up in the morning, stay motivated to get things done, and provides us with the drive to accomplish tasks. In these ways, stress can be good.
However, all too easily and quickly, stress can turn from friend to foe. When we're pushing ourselves too hard and not recognizing the signs of stress and adrenal fatigue, that's bad. When we're trying to juggle too much and take on more than we can handle, that's bad. When we have a big life change, like a new job, new baby, wedding, or a big move, those things can also manifest into "bad" stress - in the form of our adrenals being run down and our reserves running too low.
Especially at this time of year, stress can seem overwhelming. And you may not even feel stressed. There are so many ways stress can manifest itself in symptoms, that you may not even recognize it. Or, you might notice some symptoms of stress, but not know why. The truth is that stress is cumulative. Everything in your life that might cause stress, like poor diet, lack of sleep, emotional or financial stress, or taking on too much, adds up. These things pile on top of each other until it becomes too much. Plus, stress doesn't just come on out of nowhere. It can add up from the last 6 months to 2 years. Think about everything that has happened in your life in the last 2 years - do those stress symptoms make sense now?
The good news is: you can reverse your stress cycle, and feel better - naturally. We have some tips and tools to help you do that, from articles by Naturopathic Doctors, to a quiz that will help you see how stressed you really are, to some delicious recipes that will help you nourish your adrenals and battle stress naturally. Check out our FREE guide for living stress-free - you can get it here: http://unbouncepages.com/stress-guide/.
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