38 min

#170 5 Ways To Combat Stress Easily Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast

    • Medicine

Ladies, stress is an evil demon. No one is immune to its effects and everyone will suffer different symptoms as a result of being stressed out. One absolute fact: Stress will affect your mood, your job performance, your relationships, and your health if you don’t create a proactive plan for dealing with this evil.
 
So many of us busy working women consider a stress-filled life normal and that we don’t know how to live any differently. However, constant stress is a sure way to develop unhealthy habits and possibly life-threatening illnesses, simply because you didn’t know how to live any differently – or didn’t take the time to learn how to live differently.
 
I call stress a shape shifter- if you ever watch Roswell then you know what I am talking about. A shape shifter is able to take the form of anything. 
So, today I wanted to explore some of the most common shape shifting ways stress symptoms can show up in your life and how to avoid the triggers that welcome stress into your life.
Shape shifting forms of stress:
You can’t relax- your always on
Changes in your appetite
Feeling overwhelmed
You feel not worthy
You can’t focus
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Ladies, stress is an evil demon. No one is immune to its effects and everyone will suffer different symptoms as a result of being stressed out. One absolute fact: Stress will affect your mood, your job performance, your relationships, and your health if you don’t create a proactive plan for dealing with this evil.
 
So many of us busy working women consider a stress-filled life normal and that we don’t know how to live any differently. However, constant stress is a sure way to develop unhealthy habits and possibly life-threatening illnesses, simply because you didn’t know how to live any differently – or didn’t take the time to learn how to live differently.
 
I call stress a shape shifter- if you ever watch Roswell then you know what I am talking about. A shape shifter is able to take the form of anything. 
So, today I wanted to explore some of the most common shape shifting ways stress symptoms can show up in your life and how to avoid the triggers that welcome stress into your life.
Shape shifting forms of stress:
You can’t relax- your always on
Changes in your appetite
Feeling overwhelmed
You feel not worthy
You can’t focus
Be sure to grab this episodes freebie here How to have endless energy
 
Join our texting community for women’s wellness tips right to your phone.
Send me a DM on the gram @wellwomennetwork
Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes!
Now if you're feeling the extra love, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Just click here to review , select "Ratings and Reviews" and "Write a Review" and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is.
Also, join us on Facebook at our Facebook group here!

Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

38 min