Stress is Killing Us!!
Did you know that stress is known as the “the silent killer” because it can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pain, and an irregular heartbeat?
Did you know that the stress hormone, cortisol, not only causes abdominal fat to accumulate, but it also enlarges individual fat cells?
Did you know that stress can alter blood sugar levels, which can cause mood swings, fatigue, hyperglycemia, and metabolic syndrome - a major risk factor for heart attack and diabetes?
Stress is a physiological reaction to perceived harmful webinars, attacks, or threats to survival. The stress response serves a very important function, however problems occur when the response isn’t turned off. Even minor stressors trigger the body causing survival mode to kick in. This overreaction puts the body, and your health at risk for illness.
My goal is to prevent you from suffering from stress related illness, which is why I invite you to attend my next webinar, Finding Your Calm, on Thursday, February 7th at 12:00 pm EST.
During this experience, you will learn immediately implementable techniques for reducing stress and getting your health back on track!
Learn Techniques You Can Implement Today!
Don’t buy into the following myths:
Myth 1- Stress is the same for everyone.
Myth 2- Stress is always bad for you.
Myth 3- Stress is everywhere, so you can’t do anything about it.
Myth 4- No symptoms means no stress.
Myth 5- Only major symptoms of stress require attention.
Stress triggers and responses are different for everyone. When in small doses, stress isn’t harmful. While, we can’t avoid every stressful situation, we can manage how we react to stress.
Many symptoms of stress can be masked by medications or other conditions, and just because someone is not exhibiting symptoms, doesn't mean they aren’t in a harmful state of stress. In fact, many symptoms such as headaches or an upset stomach are usually mistakenly attributed to other factors.
If you want to improve your health for good, join me for Finding Your Calm to learn simple stress reducing techniques you can implement on a regular basis.
Dr. Lesley Allen
Find Your Calm, Improve Your Health
Join me to learn health strategies to harness calmness in your life. During this webinar I am motivated to help everyone looking to improve their health by reducing stress. I will share my favorite stress relieving methods as well as discuss the negative impacts stress can have on health.
You don’t have to suffer the negative health consequences related to stress. Too many people suffer from unexplained headaches, stomach issues, and skin problems, all of which can be caused by stress. Long term stress can even cause damaging effects to your heart. But you can improve your health by reducing your stress!
As George Burns once said, “If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. And if you didn’t ask me, I’d still have to say it.”
I guarantee this webinar will have something valuable for truly everyone!
Can’t Wait To Share With You On Thursday, February 7th At 12:00 pm EST!