Stress and Anxiety... its how the brain and body respond to any demand.
Every type of demand or stressor—such as exercise, work, school, major life changes, or traumatic events—can be stressful. Stress can affect your health. It is important to pay attention to how you deal with minor and major stress events so that you know when to seek help.
Everyone feels stressed from time to time.
Some people may cope with stress more effectively or recover from stressful events more quickly than others. There are different types of stress—all of which carry physical and mental health risks. A stressor may be a one time or short term occurrence, or it can be an occurrence that keeps happening over a long period of time.
Examples of stress include:
Health problems can occur if the stress response goes on for too long or becomes chronic, such as when the source of stress is constant, or if the response continues after the danger has subsided.
With chronic stress, those same life-saving responses in your body can suppress immune, digestive, sleep, and reproductive systems, which may cause them to stop working normally.
The effects of stress tend to build up over time.
"7" important tips:
Taking practical steps to manage your stress can reduce or prevent these effects.
PLEASE make #7 a priority!
Often there is a natural alternative or lifestyle change that can help along with time spent alone in prayer.
Through the years, I have avoided any medications through prayer, wisdom from God, using what He has given us in nature and His guidance in my research. I have always gone to Him in prayer when seeking answers to any physical symptoms and He has not failed me yet and don't believe He will fail to help you.
I will admit, essential oils have been my foundation for wellness since 1997. I am not stating that they are for everyone, but like I mentioned, talk with your doctor, seek God for guidance and He will lead and guide you to the right decision.
Want something that is natural for stress relief? Below is one supplement that is produced by a company led by physicians and documented research.
Have you heard of Lemon balm?
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), a perennial herb in the mint family native to the Mediterranean region, has been scientifically validated to help promote sleep and relaxation.
What’s more, lemon balm produces these calming effects while also enhancing memory and attention. Spend some time and read the REVIEWS.
*****When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.
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