Stress, The Main Toxins

Prolonged Stress

“Prolonged exposure to stress increases your risk of everything from heart disease, obesity, and infection to anxiety, depression, and memory problems.” ™ Hector Sectzer

Those enemies of health and wellbeing come in many forms like stress, worry, lack of rest, anger, parasites, and toxins.

Many of the above mentioned causes for poor health we have some control over.  Others we don’t.  But we can overcome the “effects” of those that we even don’t have control over so we can improve and maintain our health and good quality of life.

Our intent to show you how to gain control over the ones we can directly fix and to fix the ones we can’t directly control.

By making small key lifestyle changes, and learning things we were not aware of before now, we can greatly improve our health and quality of life, naturally, without drugs and toxic chemicals.

With the right foods (read labels), supplements and knowledge (learn what supplementation you might need to stay healthy). We can overcome everything from health issues, to worry, stress and fear.

Psychological and Physiological

Stress is a psychological and physiological response to events that upset our personal balance in some way.

When faced with a threat, whether to our physical safety or emotional equilibrium, the body’s defenses rapidly elevate into high gear automatically.

This stresses our physical and mental natural state putting us in a place of fear, uncertainty, loneliness and desperation.  Our pulse races, our heart pounds rapidly, our muscles tense up, our breathing accelerates and our mind becomes confused as our body reaches a state of red alert.

Stress, The Main Toxins
Stress, The Main Toxins

“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”Leo Buscaglia

In today’s world we all have a lot of responsibilities and worries and are running on stress a good portion of the time.

This condition amplifies every daily action making the simplest of tasks into an emergency mode (a traffic jam, a phone call from the in-laws, or segment of the evening news).

But the problem with the stress response is that the more it’s activated, the harder it is to shut off.

Instead of levelling-off once the crisis has passed, your stress hormones, heart rate, and blood pressure remain elevated.

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