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  • October 13, 2014


A lot of people have issues with excessive stress. Stress can come in many different forms such as environmental, emotional, oxidative, situational and physical. In every scenario there are positive and negative stressors for each category.

Obviously we look to increase the positive stressors in our lives and decrease the ones which are detrimental to our health. Talking about things that create negative stress in our lives won’t do any good; so let’s focus on the things that create positive stress in our bodies (which will in turn decrease negative stress). First, it is important to recognize any of these symptoms of stress – high blood pressure, anxiety, cardiovascular disease and so on. Stress can virtually manifest in any form.

If you would like to lead a positive-stress-free life, here is what to do! Engage in physical activity, practice diaphragmatic breathing, eating a diet which is nutritionally balanced and also adding in nutritional supplements such as vitamin B complex, SAM-e, phosphatidyl serine and products alike. All of those different methods are excellent for helping you reduce your overall stress and virtually every area where you can have negative stress in your day to day life. It would be best to incorporate all of the above methods to manage your stress. I’ve seen each method work with my clients over the years but the combination of all methods produces the best result for maintaining and achieving optimum health.

My main goal today was to give you real solutions that can help you reduce virtually any form of stress. One of the key strategies to manage your stress first and foremost, is to change the way you think. Training to think positive is the number 1 way to minimize stress. Mental stress effects every cell in our bodies, so the fact that our thoughts affect the health of every cell in your body the key thing to do is to train yourself not to worry, be anxious, angry or frustrated. Of course, this is easier said than done but the more you practice controlling these emotions and states, the more hold you will have over them.

The bottom line is – being around happy people who think positively, hearing and doing positive things will ultimately keep your body in a stress-free zone. If you have any further questions regarding stress management you can contact me at

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