On this podcast: Learn how to recognize the signs of excess stress and what to do about it.

Stress can be “good” and stress can be “bad” …  How can you tell the difference?

How can you use stress as it is meant to help us function?

And when do you have to jump off that stress train to become a calmer, healthier, happier version of you?

Here are the topics I broached on Health Matters Podcast Episode 12:

  1. What happens to our health when we overdo stress?
  2. What health conditions are so-called “stress related?”
  3. What are the benefits of unwinding from stress and becoming more relaxed?
  4. What are the most effective ways to go from stress to experiencing peace and harmony?

Here is another podcast that your body wants you to listen to.

And so does your mind, and your muscles, and your heart… well, every part of you.

Why?

Because stress causes wear and tear and puts you at risk.

Anyone and everyone who is committed to her health will pay attention to the signs of excess stress and take pro-active steps toward becoming a calmer version of herself.

What are the health conditions associated with excess stress?

According to the Mayo Clinic, they are:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Digestive problems
  • Headaches
  • Heart disease
  • Sleep problems
  • Weight gain
  • Memory and concentration impairment

You will learn on this podcast how to recognize the signs of excess stress and what to do about it.

You will even learn words that you can say to yourself to lead you to having a healthier response to the events and people in your environment.

In the free download I prepared for you “Kick the Stress Habit”, I provide you with several things.

  1. Exercises for mindful eating so that you can relax around food and enjoy better digestions.
  2. Words you can use to soothe your mind and increase relaxation.
  3. What comfort foods will actually increase your stress rather than give you relief from it.

Links mentioned in this episode

http://www.cookinglight.com/syndication/slow-eater-chew-your-food
http://www.drjoedispenza.com/index.php?page_id=Breaking_the_Habit
http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/why-stress-causes-people-to-overeat
http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/in-depth/stress/art-20046037

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