Stress management is a process of developing the tools and capabilities within ourselves that will allow us to respond to the world around us in a manner that does not cause or amplify tension, distress, anger or anxiety. This is an important distinction to make because we’re always going to be surrounded by influences that have the potential to cause us internal stress. There will always be outside factors that we will interact with, so rather than focusing on reducing the external forces that cause stress, it’s far more beneficial to focus on developing our abilities to react to those forces with calmness, and arm ourselves with the tools to reduce our internal stress-reaction. By doing so, we not only improve our quality of life, but we reduce the risk and incidence of stress-related and stress-induced illness.
You probably already know about the importance of Vitamin C in boosting or supporting a healthy immune system, but you may be surprised to learn that it is an effective antihistamine and may provide natural stress relief.
Adrenal fatigue, also called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, affects an estimated 3 million people in the United States, and as many as 90 million people globally. What are typical Chronic Fatigue symptoms? Is there a natural chronic fatigue syndrome treatment?
Headaches are one of the most common complaints that people have. Over 40 million Americans have chronic headaches, and over 20 million Americans suffer from either migraine or cluster headaches, either occasionally or chronically.
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