'Finding Relief' Category Archive

Posted on Jul 3rd, 2006

How can I get help? you are probably asking. Do you feel memory loss or senior moments are getting out of hand?

You would probably be very surprised how many people feel just like you do, every day. These are all questions we may be asking ourselves frequently as we age.

The good news is that if you actually share your concerns with your friends and family, you will probably find that their experiences are also quite like yours and more good news is that with a little bit of work you can help to improve, not only your mental capabilities, but also your social status.

What do I mean?

If your memory is now less like a filing cabinet and more like a sieve then you know what I mean. You may find you are having to re-read articles or work documents for them to sink in. Does this sound familiar.

There are two means in which to help yourself. One involves taking care of your physical body and the other involves using others to help you feel better about yourself.

The brain is a large muscle and in the simplest terms if we look after it through exercise and stimulation then we can help to keep it fit and maintained.

Before you search for brain trainers on the web, what I mean is with a few little daily exercises we can keep our brains up to scratch. How can you help yourself. Try at least 4 of the following each day.

  • Try to complete a name puzzle, Sudoko or other brain teaser daily
  • Number things you want to remember. If you need bread, butter and cheese at the shops remember that you must buy at least 3 things and keep repeating them until you have got them.
  • Word associate – your colleague called Fred Smith whose name you keep forgetting can become Furry Socks – same initial, and the titter you have over Furry Socks should make you remember Fred Smith – try not to say it out loud – it won’t gain you a friend.
  • Check your credit card or supermarket bill. This could even save you money if you find an error! Add it up without a calculator – after a couple of weeks you will find you are getting quite good at it.
  • Set yourself a small task e.g. learn your PIN numbers instead of going to your hidden prompt for them. You will feel a great sense of achievement as they come to mind.

The next thing to do is to tell others how you feel. As I have said, we are all feeling pretty much the same. Where I work we have introduced a dementia corner. As many of us are over 50 we find it reassuring to pop into the corner (just a small area of the office) and say we’ve forgotten something. It usually prompts a laugh from the rest of us and so far each of us has used it. The youngest to go into the corner so far has been 23 yrs old. The funniest visitor has been a 30 yr old who when he got to the corner couldn’t remember why he was there.

So you see we have shared our deepest concerns in quite a daft and superficial way, but we have gained from it by feeling understood and also by sharing our worries of whether we are going mad. Work can at times be mind bogglingly boring and doesn’t stimulate our minds, combined with perhaps a lack of fresh air and a stuffy environment no wonder we feel we may be losing it.

Don’t worry, take heart from your friends and colleagues and keep on building and strengthening that grey matter.

An important point to remember about stress and its side effects is that the more stressed and anxious we become the harder it is to remain rational – whatever age we are.

I hope the lighthearted suggestions above can help you. I go into more detail of stress and memory loss and senior moments on my website. I’d love you to visit it and pick up more tips and gain more support.

I know we can often feel quite isolated if we think we are experiencing something others can’t possibly be feeling. Believe me we all have senior moments no matter what age - perhaps it’s something we are eating in this day and age? or perhaps it’s just life!

By sharing our thoughts and concerns with others we can always gain help and support.

My website is based on many of my own fears, anxieties and experiences. I always try to use a little bit of lightheartedness to solve our issues and I really do believe that we will help each other if we learn to share and trust.

You can find it at http://www.stress-anxieties-solutions.com

There are lots of helpful tips and many useful links. I hope you can pick up some helpful hints in how to cope with life today and that by sharing with others your problems may not be as awful as you had thought.

Posted on Jul 2nd, 2006

How to Meditate…

Learn how to meditate. Meditating can be done in a few minutes. You don’t need to meditate for hours, morning and night. Once you know how (and what ‘true’ meditation is), you can even meditate when you drive to and from work.

Meditating is and always will be simple and easy.

The first step in meditating is to quiet the mind. Once you have mastered this, the advanced meditation techniques are the easiest things you will ever do.

How do you quiet the mind?

You just simply tell your self that ‘I will have no thoughts in my head for the next … minutes’.

As simple as that. Now don’t be alarmed, this is not a con job or a trick. That is all you have to do. There is one problem …

Your mind, or to be precise, your conscious mind. It doesn’t want you to stop thinking. It lives in today’s world of high stress and mental activity. So when you tell your mind to be quiet and calm, it will ….

Explode

Not literally, but it will explode with activity. You will start to notice you think constantly and shutting off isn’t that easy to do.

If you can shut off and your mind is completely still and quiet, you have a calm and clear mind. Then learn to meditate deeper with the many numerous techniques out there.

If you are like most of the world, your mind will be chaotic and hectic. So what do you do?

Don’t chase the thoughts away, just let them happen. Watch them and observe them. Let them occur as much as they want.

Your mind will naturally calm and quieter. It is just a matter of time. The more time it takes the more hectic your mind has become. But eventually your conscious mind will give up and peace, calm and quiet will occur in your mind.

Time you have, and it may take weeks before you will notice you will have a gap between your thoughts. That gap will increase and get larger. It may start as a split second, and then becomes a few seconds and eventually you will have minutes between your thought.

Once that occurs you are able to quiet your mind, sit in peace and calm. This is meditating. You can drive your car in this state, you are still aware of the cars and people around you. You are just calm, relaxed, energized and your health is improving as a result.

Then you can move on to meditating for a purpose. Where you use meditation techniques to activate the qualities you desire from your mind.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.
Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.
His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.
Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jul 1st, 2006

Why should You Meditate?

Meditating is one of the best and easiest ways to reduce stress. It is also one of the most misunderstood techniques.

Most of you believe that learning meditation requires you to change your views on life, sell your possessions and go to live in a cave.

Now this may be a little of an exaggeration, but a lot of you think meditating requires you to endure some hardship. That meditating makes you want to change the world, live in peace and harmony, that you will have a mystical or magical experience.

Well, I do want to live in peace and harmony, like you. I want to drive a car, live in a nice house, and have luxuries around me. These are believed by most not in the same picture as the virtues of meditating.

Views on meditation have become a bit distorted and perverted. Meditating is purely and simply a way to calm and quiet the mind. It is not a religious, magical or mystical experience.

Meditating is a way of unlocking your potential to … release stress, improve your health, increase energy, and stimulate creativity, intuition and many other well documented benefits of meditating.

You can even meditate when you drive your car.

If you want to learn how to meditate, don’t buy a book or tapes and CD’s. You can learn to meditate without any difficulty at all. Once you know how to meditate, and then buy the book and tapes/CD’s.

But…

All you need to do is …

Quiet your mind.

Just stop thinking, stop analyzing and stop judging. It sounds simple; it is actually very hard to do. Today you live in a world that has numerous mental pressures, deadlines and stresses.

You live in a world where you have the highest mental activity … ever. In no other time of our planets history has mental activity been greater.

All this mental activity … which is both around you and within your head … stops you from having a clear, quiet and calm mind.

You have learnt to have an over-active mind. This creates stress, tiredness and eventually poor health.

How can you stop this? How can you remove stress, gain energy, be healthier and live longer? In part 2 of this article I will explain simple steps to learn to meditate.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.
Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.
His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.
Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 30th, 2006

How do you keep a Journal?

Getting things on paper takes it out of your head. Your mind actually will release stress. Writing tasks down helps to clarify issues, helps to analyze goals and set step by step procedures to follow.

Notice how once you write things down, especially your stresses, things don’t seem so bad. You appear to have more time and the tasks seem easier and simpler to complete.

So write down everything. Don’t get carried away, I mean write down your stresses and your daily tasks.

Use a journal or diary for your tasks. You probably want to keep a track record of what you are going to do and what you’ve done.

It also helps to give yourself a ‘pat on the back’ when you have reached your goal or completed a task. Just put a big tick next to the task. Make it large, it feels better that way.

Write down your stresses though. It can be what the boss said, or your employees. It could be the frustrations of a task or a colleague. Anything, but write it down.

On paper, it doesn’t seem that bad. Stresses appear less real and less heavy when you write them down.

Now a word of warning …

Use a notebook or paper you can put in a folder. You may want to dispose of your writings and not let the boss see them. You may have a few pages of how bad you think they are, or colleagues or the task assigned. You may have a whole page of swear words, just because everything is on top of you and it helps to swear … on paper.

But write them down; keep it in a folder or notebook. Just keep it private.

A good technique to do either daily or weekly is to gather all your writings and … burn them.

Yes, set fire to it. Again, carefully, use a fire place if you have one. If not please be safe.

If you can’t burn them, then rip them up. Into small tiny pieces and them throw them away. Send them to a fictitious address (probably don’t sign anything and still rip it up, you don’t want to scare anyone).

By burning, tearing up or sending the words away, you are telling your brain to release and reduce stress.

It can be quite a euphoric ritual. You write it down by journaling, then burn the evidence. All the stress goes up in smoke.

Just one way to reduce stress. Stress relief is essential today due to the many mental stresses you face. Journaling and writing stresses down helps to get the stress out of your head. Just try it and see how easy it is.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 29th, 2006

Why Should You Journal?

Stress lives in your head. To reduce stress you need to use journaling. Why?

Writing your stresses down is a simple thing to do for stress relief. It is a simple mind trick to take stress out of your head.

In today’s world you are constantly bombarded by mental pressures. You have deadlines to meet, time constraints on your activities, over-bearing bosses, performance issues and many other mental pressures.

You get home and you have to provide for your family, pay the bills, and plan ahead for retirement. You have to deal with your children and their issues, maintain relationships and many other family stresses.

You have no time for yourself and very little for those you love the most … your family.

All of these stresses sit in your head. They take up all the room so that you seem to be missing a few hours in the day.

The day flies past too quickly and so do the weeks and months. Suddenly it is Christmas again and you have only just got your head around May and June.

Sound familiar?

If you break down what you actually do physically, you will be surprised.

The time you take to perform all your physical tasks, whether they are at work or home, is less than you think. You actually have a few hours left over in the day. Although you feel you haven’t got a spare minute. You probably have a spare four hours.

That time is all taken up in your head. You have thousands if not millions of things flying around inside your head. Stresses, pressures, deadlines etc, all running through your mind taking up space and making you feel tired, rundown, hectic and chaotic. Your stress levels are rising and time just flies by.

Mental activity takes time, unproductive time.

If you plan a task: plan it, set your goals, define tasks and do it. Then forget it, no need to re-analyze it, no need to go over and over the same details.

The same for problem solving and every other task you have.

If you write them down, this is called journaling. You will find you reduce stress.

The next article will show you how to keep a journal…

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 28th, 2006

Knowing what stress is, is the first step at knowing how to deal with it. Knowing what types of stress there is helps even further.

There are a few simple groups you can place stresses into…

Physical… Immune… Emotional…

Physical Stress: Are stresses that tax your physical frame. Injuries, falls, bumps, sprains, strains etc. These put undue stress on your joints, muscles, ligaments etc. If there is too much stress then injuries in sport, home or work may happen.

Gravity fits into this category. So you need to look at ways to reduce Physical stresses, so that injuries are less likely. But also if you have less physical stress, you expend less energy combating it, which in turn releases energy back into your system to use elsewhere.

Immune Stress: is stress which affects your ability to prevent disease, infection but also includes stresses on most of your organs. Liver, bowel, lungs, kidneys etc.

Food and all its additives, colorings are stressful to the body. Fast foods, junk foods, foods high in fats, sugars etc.

But also, environmental stresses affect the immune response. Allergies, whether it is the Hay Fever season, pollens, grasses etc tax the respiratory system. Pollution does also.

Infections that go through the school yard, community and work place are all immune stresses.

Emotional Stress: this is always the area you attribute most stress to. The work place antics, the home life with all its pressures, families including the extended family, including in-laws etc.

Is depression for example a stress?

No. It is a result of your inability to deal with stress. Grief, sadness, depression, anger etc are all reactions to stress. If your ability to deal with emotional stresses increase, then you tend to respond to stress rather than react to it.

The emotional stresses around you are numerous; they tend to be pressures exerted on you from work mates, bosses, family, work commitments etc. Can you eliminate these? Mostly you can’t, you still have to go to work, and deal with the people around you.

But if you have the mechanisms to deal with emotional pressures then like I said before, you should be able to shrug off the emotional pressures without feeling their ill-effects.

If you deal better with the day to day pressures emotionally, then the major upheavals will be managed better. Life is emotional, if you have a death in the family, lose your job, divorce/separation; these will always knock you around emotionally.

However, if you have a better resistance to stress then the physical effects of emotional stress shouldn’t happen. Major stresses will be emotional, but should not hit you physically, the immune system should still function correctly, energy should remain high etc.

Look at emotional stress this way….

If you were put in front of an audience of 10,000 people, asked to give a speech on something you knew little about. Most of you would be nervous, agitated, and stressed completely. You would have an upset stomach, feel jittery and jumpy, probably snap at people, etc.

However, if you took away all the physical ill-effects of stress, the nervous stomach, the jumpy muscles, and the quivering voice etc. If there was only the emotional stress, but no physical effects. Then the speech wouldn’t feel stressful.

You would have nothing going wrong physically, mentally your brain was calm, energy was high. Then the speech would be no problem at all.

Dealing with emotional stresses allows this to happen. Can you eliminate emotional stress? No. But you can learn to deal with it better.

So stress is all around you and also within you (emotionally), can you change this and make life better. Sure!

Learn to deal with all stresses, not just the emotional, the physical and immune stresses. Learn to reduce stress quickly and easily, use techniques that cover all stress. Stress is said to be the number 1 killer today. Reducing stress is a life saver; you just need to know what to do and how to do it.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 27th, 2006

Here is a simple definition of stress, one which you won’t find in a dictionary….

‘Stress is anything you expend energy on’

Yes, everything you do is stressful. Why? Because it uses up energy from the body.

With society being the way it is, traumatic events, catastrophes, etc are deemed to be stressful, which they are. But these are huge traumas; it is the day to day minor stresses that cause most of your problems.

It is these small accumulating stresses that eat away without you knowing. It is like the proverbial straw that breaks the camels back. Each day things increase until one day some minor event happens and all hell breaks loose.

Most people have noticed a friend, family member, co-worker go completely crazy after what seemed a minor event. It would have seemed bizarre, as from your perspective the event didn’t warrant that huge reaction. This is how ‘road rage’, domestic violence etc occurs.

It is the accumulation of stress that one day allows a minor stress to cause a complete snap. Then the body reacts.

But day to day these stresses are eating away at your health also. Stress is attributed to most of your life shortening diseases. Why?

Because stress eats away at your core level, it affects your ability to heal, recover, resist and prevent disease.

So like I said, “Stress is anything you expend energy on”. But there is also good stress.

Good Stress is where you expend energy on an activity but it returns a greater volume of energy to you. Either immediately, or with time as you continue the activity. For example, exercise is stressful on the body, but done correctly is a good stress.

Bad Stress is where you expend energy on an activity and get less or nothing back. Worries, fears, anxieties, work pressures and deadlines, and many others. Bad Stress is the main cause of your ill health. It is the stress that affects you most and the one you must learn to deal and cope with.

So if everything is stressful, can you group stresses to make it easier to combat and prevent. Sure.

In part 2, I will group the different types of stress, why? Once you where stress comes from, it is easier to work out a plan to combat it.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 26th, 2006

If Gravity is one of the biggest stresses in your life, what is the other major stress?

It is an area you seldom consider, stress we believe is things around us; however stress is also within you. The biggest stress around you is gravity; the biggest stress within you is … the other main stress in your life…

You

Or to be precise, your MIND. It is how we deal with stress that is one of the biggest causes of stress.

Your mind, if it is calm and relaxed, will repel stress. Your mind if it is chaotic will make stresses larger than they are. It is then harder to deal with stress. A chaotic mind creates more irrational decisions.

Calming the mind creates a relaxed and calm YOU. Notice when you are calm and relaxed, how the small stresses around you are easier to deal with. The larger stresses are able to be dealt with easier too.

If your mind is calm, decisions are more correct. You tend to be more confident in your decisions. Energy levels are higher and health is generally better.

Meditative techniques are used to relax, slow and calm the mind. They have been used for centuries and are very effective at removing and preventing stress. Western meditation is more of a relaxation technique. Eastern meditation is more dedicated to calming the mind. Both are very easy to learn and can take just a few minutes to do, when you know how.

There are simple meditation techniques you can learn.

To recap…

Your two biggest stresses in your life are gravity and your mind. They are two areas that can be changed easily and simply. It also takes minimal time to do so.

Knowledge is the key…

Understanding how stress affects you, why it affects you, and how you can change it is the key. Each of you deals with stress differently, have stresses unique to you, hence need an approach to combat stress personally.

There is no one perfect technique. Each of the stress relief techniques you find may suit the person who developed it. They may not suit you personally.

Use techniques that are best for you, that work quickly and easily. Remove, repel and prevent stress … all stresses … physically and emotionally.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on Jun 25th, 2006

There are two stresses in your life, which if you change can improve your health, energy, stress levels and longevity.

They are very easy to change. It is just a matter of knowing what your two biggest stresses are.

Firstly, defining stress helps you understand why these stresses are so important. Stress is …

.“anything you expend energy on”

Yes, simple as that. Stress is any task you expend energy on. There is good stress and bad stress. All stress requires energy to deal with it.

The biggest stresses use up more energy. Energy that must come from somewhere. Energy that depletes functions in the body, which can lead to poor health, low energy levels and a shorter life span.

If these two stresses are not dealt with, you are losing energy faster than you should. Energy that is used to support your body and allow you to live longer.

Changing these stresses, returns energy to you. This in turn will improve your health, day to day energy levels, help you deal with other stresses easier, and allow you to live longer and happier.

So by now you may be wondering, “what is the biggest stress in my life?” It is an area that you seldom think about. It is a stress that is around you all day and every day. It is a stress that adults believe they deal with, yet children know they can’t.

It is a stress that takes more energy from you and with time will create poor health, bend you spine and even cause you to lose height as you age. Yes, one of the biggest stresses in your life is ….

Gravity.

Gravity requires you to use energy. Try floating in the air for example. Every part of the day where you sit or stand, you are fighting gravity. The problem is… gravity is winning.

If you only sit or stand when you have to, and lie down every other time. You will notice you suddenly have a few extra hours in the day where you can lie down.

Laying down means no energy is spent on gravity. Energy that fills your reserve tank, to help your health, day to day energy, helps you fight other stresses. Less gravity stress means less degeneration to joints, less shrinking with time, less pressure on your organs.

Try lying down more regularly. Watch children, they lie down all the time and have a plentiful supply of energy. They also deal with stress better mostly. You don’t have to sleep, just lie down to
… read
… listen to music
… watch television
… or just relax.

You can do it on the floor, couch or outside on the grass.

Very simple, just – “only sit or stand if you have to”.

The energy you will gain will surprise you. You will be astounded at hoe much better you feel (totally – health, stress, energy, happiness) at the end of the day and week. In the weekends you will feel better, lighter and happier. Work becomes less stressful and your enthusiasm and motivation will increase.

Gravity is one of the two biggest stresses. Easy to change, simple to do. You may now be wondering what the other stress is? If gravity is one stress you didn’t think of then the other stress is also just as baffling.

In part 2, the second of the two major stresses will be unveiled.

Fast Stress Relief
is dedicated to teaching you ways to remove stress; simply, easily and quickly. Using a combination of Eastern and Western techniques – stress can be removed, repelled and prevented … fast.

For all the Tips & Techniques to Reduce Stress and Boost Your Energy simply click here.

Dr Graeme Teague has been in private practice since 1991, teaching and treating many clients with emotional and general health conditions.

Through his many teaching seminars and extensive professional knowledge, he has now released two new e-books on the many simple and effective ways to be healthy and stress free.

His new web-site is dedicated to teaching you ways to improve your health with orthodox and natural techniques.

Just click here to visit Fast Stress Relief.

Posted on May 24th, 2006

If you’re unsure about this as well, let us give you some examples of symptoms that are commonly associated from stress:

Workaholics who make overtime work seem like a regular part of the job are usually bothered with insomnia and muscle aches because they’ve upset their biological clock and they have no time at all for badly needed exercise. If this describes you, then yes, you are already experiencing stress and you need relief from it right away.

Workaholics who have high paying but demanding and high pressure jobs always have to be on the go and prepared for any eventuality. Hence, they tend to have increased appetite or loss of due to lack of time for eating; an increased intake of sugar and caffeine to ensure that they can do the work of ten people; high cholesterol levels because they don’t have the time to ensure that they have a healthy diet and of course, feelings of anxiety when they’re worrying about the outcome of a job or project.

Does that describe you? If so, then yes, you do need stress relief right away.

Other typical symptoms of stress are impotence (unfortunately for the males), migraines and headaches, depression and a weakened immune system.

Now let’s just say that you’ve found out you do need relief from stress. What should you do next then?

Follow our two-step-guide so that you’ll gain relief from stress – dubbed as the #1 Health Problem of America although obesity may share that notorious title as well – in no time at all.

First, you need to enrich, enhance and improve your time management skills. If Stephen Covey says it’s a must then who are we to argue? But seriously, with better time management, you’ll be able to give the proper amount of attention on yourself, on the type of food you eat and on the time you allow yourself to relax. Not only will it provide you stress relief, it will also take you out of the candidate list for heart attack, high blood pressure and diabetes, among other scary diseases.

Second and lastly, take the proper medication. Herbal medicine is something worth considering because it contains all natural ingredients therefore decreasing the risk of experiencing any ill side effects. But always consult your doctor first before taking any medication!

These sites about stress relief and good health are both dedicated to help you find the best information available about stress relief and other health issues.

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