Stress doesn’t discriminate. Anxiety doesn’t care about gender, age, ethnicity or economic status. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect over 40 million adults in the U.S. each year. The American Institute of Stress reports that 80% of workers feel stress on the job, while 62% of the nation is stressed about money.
Regardless of what the root causes of your stress are, it is important to recognize your triggers in order to manage and control stress and anxiety. People are looking for safe, natural alternatives to the over prescribed, addictive medications used to treat anxiety. Because stress and anxiety are often uncomfortable subjects, people rarely talk openly about effective treatment options.
There are however, simple, practical ways to cope and manage stress and anxiety—that really work. Once you understand what triggers your stress, you can get in front of it. The most effective way to deal with daily stress and anxiety is to prevent it. When you are able to prevent stressful triggers from overwhelming you, you are successfully managing stress.
Managing stress ultimately leads to better sleeping habits, eating habits, more fulfilling relationships, and an all around better mindset and positive outlook on life.
Taking Back Control
There are specific techniques you can incorporate into your life to help build a healthy mindset for managing stress. These aren’t miracles that will help you avoid stress completely (because that’s impossible). Together these 3 things can help you find inner peace so that you are in control and stress doesn’t get the best of you. With them you can live a better, easier, more relaxing life despite stress.
1. More Physical Activity/Yoga
When you engage in physical activity, such as jogging or yoga, the excessive stress hormones in your body metabolize, restoring your body and mind to a calmer, more relaxed state. All forms of exercise are encouraged, but finding activities that you enjoy will help you maintain them as a regular routine. Yoga is great because it teaches individuals breathing techniques that can actually lower your blood pressure.
Yoga memberships can be expensive and not everyone has time to workout and practice yoga daily. But if you can exercise or practice yoga a few times a week, you will notice a significant decrease in your stress levels.
2. Eating Healthier Foods and Less Caffeine
It’s not realistic to eat healthy all of the time. However limiting your diet of fried foods, carbs, coffee and other types of caffeine can decrease your stress levels. Caffeine, specifically, is a stimulant and will actually work to increase stress and anxiety rather than reduce it. Consider trying green tea vs coffee in the morning, as it is lower in caffeine and a great antioxidant.
While it won’t “cure” stress out right, aromatherapy has proven effects as a stress reliever. More so, it’s easy, convenient, and affordable to use. However, before you start diffusing your favorite essential oils, it’s important to know which oils to use, as some work differently than others.
Some essential oils promote calmness and tranquility, such as bergamot, ylang ylang, and patchouli. Others such as rosemary and peppermint work as stimulants for energy and should be avoided for stress. The most effective aromatherapy solutions for stress relief include several potent stress reducing essential oils.
Stress Ease is a pure all-natural blend of the 5 best calming, stress-relieving essential oils perfectly balanced to calm your nerves and prevent stress from overtaking you. Patchouli, ylang ylang, pink grapefruit, bergamot and sweet orange are the only ingredients in Stress Ease, making it a safe and effective aromatherapy blend for everyone.
Using Stress Ease daily is the perfect preventive measure to manage stress and anxiety. Diffusing Stress Ease is a great way to start your day. Doing so at night is an easy and pleasant way to wind down. Its soft, sweet aroma is soothing to the senses.
Stress ease comes in two forms, in a 30ml bottle for aromatherapy and in a roll-on bottle, (diluted with virgin coconut oil) for safe topical use. The roll-on bottle makes enjoying Stress Ease’s soothing effects easy and convenient when you aren’t at home. You just apply it directly to your skin on your wrists and temples (even on the bottom of your feet!). The roll-on bottles are like having a first aid kit handy for the onset of stress or panic attacks. It is a good idea to keep one at home, one in the purse, car or office as well.
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