Stress is an inevitable part of our lives, but did you know it can have a significant impact on our overall health and well-being? Today, we’re taking a deep dive into the world of stress and how it affects our bodies. From understanding the World Health Organization’s definition of stress to the startling fact that over one in five adults in the US suffer from a mental illness, we’ll uncover the truth about this often-overlooked aspect of our lives.

Join us as we explore the intriguing science behind the ‘fight or flight’ response and how our bodies have evolved to handle stress—even when there’s no real threat. We’ll also share some simple yet effective strategies to help manage and reduce the effects of stress, such as breathing exercises, prayer, gratitude, meditation, and EFT tapping. Discover how engaging in hobbies, going for a walk, or just enjoying some silence and solitude can do wonders for your mental health. Don’t miss this important discussion on understanding and managing stress for a happier, healthier life.

Listen to the show, Symptoms of Stress, Mindset Around Stress, and Stress Management Tips: 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Understanding stress and homeostasis
  • Understanding fight or flight
  • The harmful effects of stress
  • How managing stress can help reduce its effects
  • Tools for managing stress

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