A Quick Tip For Releasing Stress and Anxiety

I think it’s safe to say that these are some of most stressful times that people have endured in recent memory. The economy… job stability… world unrest… the financial markets, all lend themselves to excellent news copy but do little to ease the mind of the average person trying their best to exist in an unsteady, unsure world. The constant daily hammering of bad news raises the stress level of most people way beyond tolerance levels. However, stress is not new to our lives. Even before the present world situation, stress was the target of many medical and natural health studies. As a matter of fact, several medical journals reported that primary care physicians believed that 95% of all of the cases presented had a root cause in stress. I am always surprised at people’s typical response to stress. That is, most often they try to compensate for unyielding stress by working harder and longer. In short, they do the very thing that has contributed most to their stress levels. Here is a short tip to help you manage stress levels. First, recognize that all stress is internal stress. Regardless of the situation… regardless of the crisis you are facing… the truth is stress is actually caused by how you relate to the stimulus create by the event and not the event itself. Change that, change those internal thoughts and you affect...

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