If there was a time for the population at large to be over stressed, the time is now. The entire globe experienced a major life-changing event that completely overhauled the way everyone lives, works, and plays.
And don’t forget, it’s still a looming threat as daily new reports continue to tally the uptick in cases. With stress like this plaguing the Earth, what hope is there to reduce the stress in your life that is aging your mind and your body?
Take Inventory of Your Stress
Regardless of the state of the world at large, it is important to stop and take inventory of how you are feeling. Ask yourself, do you simply feel overwhelmed or are you exhibiting physical symptoms of stress?
These are just some examples of how stress can make you feel. If you don’t feel like yourself and simply can’t manage your day like you once did, it’s time to look at how stress is impacting your health.
Symptoms occur when stress overwhelms you. The condition may be temporary if you have experienced a trauma or pro-longed if things your life continue to pile up. Regardless of the source of your stress, if you’re feeling like this—you need to do something now or it can all compile into a much larger problem.
Stress that is left untreated can cause advanced aging, disease or even have a lasting impact on your relationships, work, or social life.
What to do About Your Stress
The first step toward reducing toxic stress is taking control. You can do little things throughout a single day to help bring down stress and anxiety.
Expert HeLp for managing the effects of stress
However, if your stress has been prolonged—which is common among most people over 30—you should consider finding a qualified provider, who understands the impact stress and the steps you need to take inside and out to reduce the effects and manage long term.
A study found that only about 3 percent of patients receive care for stress related ailments when visiting their physician, while data shows that between 60 and 80 percent of doctor visits cite stress as a primary factor. This is because most practitioners are not trained in stress management and a whopping 50 percent of physicians do not know how to manage their own stress or seek support for stress management. Providers that pursue additional education and training in integrative or functional medicine are often better
Get Well. Live Well.
If you’re tired of feeling sick stressed or tired all the time, it’s time to find a provider near you that help you reclaim vitality, enjoy longevity, and live the life you’ve always dreamed of—at any age. Plus, when you address the imbalances that are keeping you from feeling your best, you support long term health and reduce your risk of disease. The only thing you have to lose are those uncomfortable symptoms. Get started on your de-stress plan with a qualified provider today.