Turn Down For What? The Cortisol … The Stress

Questions, how often do you feel stressed, honestly? If you find yourself overly stressed, tired and experiencing weight gain without changes to your diet or exercise frequency you could be! Specifically, your cortisol might be too high. Cortisol is often referred to as the primary ‘stress hormone’. It’s the main hormone released when we’re pressured…

10 Simple Steps To Killing Stress!

Stress is a normal aspect of most of our lives that most of us can’t get around. Stress can also dramatically impact our health if it’s constant or prolonged (fight or flight). Rather than eliminating stress from our lives, the important thing is to find ways to manage stress effectively. The following are some simple…

5 Stress-Busting Strategies

Numerous studies have shown that stress contributes to many of the most prevalent diseases and conditions. Various ailments such as heart disease, cancer, allergies, digestive problems, ulcers, diabetes, anxiety, depression and other psychological conditions have all been linked to the effects of stress. What we consider stressful varies from day to day, moment to moment,…