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17 Reasons To Avoid Stress #infographic

Most of us experience stress of some degree in our day to day lives and a big part of managing stress is exercise and nutrition. Digesting processed and sugary foods on a regular basis just loads extra stress onto our bodies so try to think about nourishing your body and giving it the tools to manage stress.

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Some of the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety that are the first to go away with appropriate intervention. Blisshypnotherapy.co.uk

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The Effects of Stress - Infographic. Stress not only affects our mental health, but can manifest itself physically. Coupled with chronic illness, the effects are profound and, often, very debilitating. #mentalhealth

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In my practice, I see many patients suffering from the effects of stress. You have probably heard of the terms "adrenal fatigue syndrome" or "adrenal insufficiency" or more commonly "burnout". Thes...
from Naturopathy by Savvas Ioannides N.D.

An interactive infographic to learn more about the symptoms of stress on your body

In my practice, I see many patients suffering from the effects of stress. You have probably heard of the terms "adrenal fatigue syndrome" or "adrenal insufficiency" or more commonly "burnout". Thes...

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Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Anxiety is a normal part of human life. You may have felt anxiety before addressing a group or applying for a job, for example. In the short term, anxiety increases your breathing rate and heart rate, concentrating the blood flow to your brain, where you need it. - See more at: http://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/effects-on-body#sthash.RYVYs22R.dpuf
from Healthline

Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors

Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Anxiety is a normal part of human life. You may have felt anxiety before addressing a group or applying for a job, for example. In the short term, anxiety increases your breathing rate and heart rate, concentrating the blood flow to your brain, where you need it. - See more at: http://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/effects-on-body#sthash.RYVYs22R.dpuf

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from The Huffington Post

LOOK: This Is Your Body On Anxiety

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from The Huffington Post

These Are All The Ways Laughter Affects Your Body

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