So… you may have heard on several occasions that too much stress can be harmful to your health. In fact, according to this Healthline article, The Effects of Stress on Your Body, effects from too much or the impact of “adverse” stress can do quite a number on our biological systems. The effects can range from headaches to irritability, anxiety, or interrupted sleep to even more significant challenges, such as threats to our immune health or central nervous system.
Furthermore, numerous studies have assessed the role that adverse stress plays in the onset of conditions such as metabolic disease and even obesity. When chronic adverse stress is paired with other lifestyle-related factors such as risk-taking behavior, socioeconomic status, or when someone assumes the role of a care-taker, we have observed even more amplification of the negative outcomes.
Wow!!! Who would have thought, right? ...now, what exactly can we do about it? Are there actually easy ways to reduce adverse stress or the harmful effects in our daily lives?
This is exactly what we will be addressing an upcoming virtual workshop.
“How to Stress Less and Live Better in 3-days"
You will have 3-days, Nov 5th-7th, to participate in bite-sized increments AND come away with a clear, realistic game plan for you to address your health and stress on your own terms. That’s right, no cookie-cutter solutions, just a few sound methods to help you lay a great baseline.
The workshop comes just in time before we enter the hustle and bustle of the holiday season in the U.S. or for those who may be feeling a little laggy from seasonal changes in Fall and Winter. If you are one of our eager souls joining us from across the globe, the tips and tricks will still be rather applicable or can be stashed in your back pocket for the times they are most needed down the road. Either way, we cannot wait to have you join us!
We have made it super easy to RSVP. Simply visit our Facebook event and you can sign up there! We will send the remaining details to the email address in which you provide us. Thats it!
Ashley L Arnold, MBA, MPH