Why am I so stressed out

Stress is the build up of negative reactions that affect your physical well-being. Your body goes into a fight or run away response. A hormone called cortisol is released from your adrenal glands when you are in a stressful situation.

You might feel the following: a racing heart, a pit in your stomach, a headache, body pain and even sweaty palms.

There are three different kinds of stress: environmental stress, relationship stress and work stress.

Here are some things you can do to help reduce your stress and it might even go away.

A healthy diet will help strengthen your immune system. A strong immune system helps keep your stress levels down. You should think about adding adaptogens to your diet. An Adaptogen helps fight against free radical stressors that are harming your body. Here is a list of some amazing adaptogens that you should think about adding to your diet.

Spirulina
Ginger Root
Bilberries
Turmeric
Reishi Mushroom
Wheatgrass
Raw Cacao
Green Tea
Celtic Sea-Salt

If you are experiencing relationship stress. Do your best to talk it out with the person or persons you are having disagreements with. It is possible you may need a professional relationship counselor to help things get better. If any of this doesn’t work, think about ending the relationship or relationships. You will feel better in the long run. Life is short.

If you are experiencing work stress. You don’t feel good when you are on the way to work and you feel worse when you get there. Maybe you don’t get along with an employee. Talk it out. If that doesn’t work go to your boss and explain what you are feeling. If it is your boss that makes you feel horrible. Go to the owner of the business and complain. If that doesn’t help. It is time to find a new job. Life is short.

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