By Wendy Green
A no-nonsense advisor to aid lessen daily pressure
In this reassuring and easy-to-follow booklet, Wendy eco-friendly explains the mental and actual components that give a contribution to emphasize and provides useful recommendation and a holistic method of help sufferers take care of its signs, together with basic nutritional and way of life adjustments and DIY complementary treatments. This advisor might help readers discover ways to determine tension triggers, decide on helpful meals and supplementations, and decrease pressure via aromatherapy and massage.
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Today most of us in the Western world have plenty to eat and drink, and a roof over our heads, but fast-paced modern-day living poses a host of completely different problems, ranging from being stuck in a traffic jam, to divorce, losing your job and worries about debt. Society Society is more aspirational and materialistic than ever before and, as a result, we are constantly striving to look, feel and do better, and are working longer and harder to earn more money. Consequently, many of us are overloaded and experiencing stress.
Before the menopause, women are less likely to suffer from stress-related heart disease than men, probably because of the protective effects of oestrogen. The risk of heart disease increases after the menopause when oestrogen levels fall dramatically. Men’s reaction to stress tends to be mainly the fight or flight one – either react aggressively or escape from the situation. This is why they are less likely to open up to others when they are feeling tense and are more likely to try to escape from a stressful situation to help them cope.
Research from the University of London concluded that the effects of constant texting and emailing throughout the day on the brain’s functioning are similar to those caused by losing a night’s sleep; if your brain is constantly ‘on standby’ for the next message or piece of information it can affect your productivity as it can only deal with one thing at a time – and it can even lower your IQ. Television TV can be addictive: the more programmes you watch, the more you want to watch, and there are more TV stations and programmes on offer than ever before.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress by Wendy Green