Facebook Live Broadcasts
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
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Talk about healthy living
2017 is a new year
I am absolutely going to achieve 3 things:
- A healthier life – including losing weight (sound familiar this time of year?) Incredibly important. And never too late to start!
- Master my time – to get the most out of what I am given
- Meet my business goals – right up on the wall here to remind me
20 questions for the topics for these broadcasts. Check out the link to the personalized health assessment if you want to see all of the questions – and get your own results. See how you measure up going into 2017!. http://bit.ly/2h67g9Z
Today’s question is:
How often do you get stressed?
- Rarely: I don’t let things bother me
- Occasionally: I have my moments, but it’s manageable
- Frequently: I’ve got a lot on my plate
- Always: I’m a total stress-mess
Little things can make a big difference in managing stress.
And that’s important because stress can have long-term health impacts.
Studies link stress to
- increased cortisol production in the body
- lowered immune response
- feeling anxious
- feeling sad
What can you do?
- Start with lifestyle changes including getting 7-8 hours of sleep each night and 2-3 hours a week of exercise
- Nutrition can play an important role. Natural support includes calcium, magnesium, and ashwagandha
- Even probiotics are now thought to help.
Meditation – breaks up stress by focusing on the present – reduces worry about things you can’t control.
You can’t control everything that happens to you – but you can control your response.
Tony Robbins technique of “scratching the record” when you find yourself getting into needlessly stressful situations.
Mel Robbins “5-Second Rule” Short circuit anxiety by thinking of something empowering.
Feeling stressed all the time can be the result of a serious medical condition. If your stress feels overwhelming or is persistent you should see your physician
I hope this made some sense for you
Check out the health assessment to see how you are doing!
See you next time