We all know that eliminating stress is not an option. But…
Instead of snapping at your loved ones, you respond with care.
Instead of pounding back those cookies or wine, you actually enjoy a walk in the fresh air.
Instead of dragging out of bed and through the day, you jump out of bed and go!
Instead of feeling drowned with anxiety, you take action on the things you can.
When your body becomes more resilient to stress, you might notice better sleep, easier weight loss, more mental clarity, and other health concerns getting better.
For some women it’s cookies, for others its wine. Stress can also trigger behaviors like spending money, gambling, or binge-watching movies.
The answer might be easier than you think.
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Do you wake up at some point during the night or sleep right through until morning? If you wake up this is often the first sign of stress. During sleep your brain process each days’ events. Good sleep is vital for your brain to form memories and better handle emotions and impulses. Research has found that the best way to build stress resilience is to improve sleep. This lesson will walk you through steps to improve sleep and make you more resilience.
Stress affects our breathing pattern. Ever notice when you are anxious or worried how shallow and rapid your breath becomes. You may also notice increased heart rate, chest tightness, sweating and nausea. However, when we breathe deeply this sends a signal to our brain to find calm and relaxation this then lowers our heart rate and slows our breathing. Deep breathing is one the best ways to lower stress in the body. You will be guided through a series of ways to find calm.
Let’s face it we know physical activity is important but what if you don’t feel like doing it? What if you are not motivated or lack energy? Then what? Being active improves EVERYTHING - mood, hormones, sleep, depression, self-confidence, and stress levels to name a few. In this session we will get into ways to move your body as way to relieve stress and feel healthy even when you are unmotivated.
Food is Medicine. Literally. Several research has found certain foods can regulate our stress hormones. Stress can be huge driver in our eating behaviours – it can cause us to overeat, under eat, consume more sugar, salty or processed carbohydrates; it can cause us to drink more alcohol. On the flip side this lesson will guide you on choosing foods that has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety.
Much like all the other key lessons above, supplements can help bring your brain and body back in alignment and relieve the symptoms of stress before it becomes a problem. Vitamins can also play a role in combating the effect of stress on your body. Here are Dr. Richards’ top 5 researched supported supplements to manage the effects of stress.
I’m guessing you’re a smart and resourceful woman and that you KNOW you need to prioritize your sleep, eat better, and exercise. Right?
Which means you’re probably wondering what makes this course different from everything else you’ve tried.
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This online course gives you foundational strategies to help your body and mind better respond to stress so you can get your health back on track.I’m Ready!
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