The Five Keys to Lowering Your Stress Intake

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Transcript The Five Keys to Lowering Your Stress Intake

By Torya Fields


To find alternative ways to controlling stress with fast,effective, easy techniques that give quick relief.

Causes of Stress

 Finances  Bad relationships  Children  Bills  Work  School  Death  Illness

What stress does to the body…

 It breaks down your immune system  High blood pressure  Heart disease  Loss of mental capabilities  Lack of energy  Bad attitude

Keys to Letting Go……

 Take a deep breath when feeling anxiety  Do nothing for at least five minutes  Take a nap if possible  Do physical activities  Think happy

Benefits of Less Stress

The benefits of less stress are: a happier life with energy, more optimism and inspiration to living life to it’s fullest. I say take back your life today with some easy techniques that make a big difference in the way you live!!!!!!

Words to Live By!!!!!

 Acknowledging that you been stressed this is the first step to reducing your stress. Take a moment and think about something that makes you happy. The keys are in your hands, take them and unlock your future of being happy, more confident and of course less stressful. Now smile and know that you are worth every day that you have lived.

Facts About Stress

     According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, two-thirds of office visits to family doctors are for stress-related symptoms. Almost everyone experiences events that they find difficult to cope with. In a recent poll, 89 percent of people said they had experienced serious stress in their lives. According to one study, middle-aged men under severe stress who lacked emotional support were five times more likely to die within seven years than those who had the same amount of stress but had close personal ties. A recent study indicated that stress-management programs may reduce the risk of heart problems, including heart attack, by up to 75 percent in people with heart disease. Stress-related mental disorders have been called the fastest-growing occupational (work related) disease in the U.S. 