So, if zebras don't get ulcers, then why do we? Henry will discuss a bit more about the human evolution of stress and how we can get back to a more natural and healing relationship with the predators we face.
There's an elephant in the room that everyone wants to talk about: adrenal fatigue. It's a hot topic. Is it real? If so, what can you do about it? This article explores the concept and offers some supports.
Short(ish) answer: Using essential oils (aromatherapy) may offer a quick energy and mood boost that can then help support you as you take additional actions that offer more lasting effects.
Considering how safe aromatherapy can be when used properly, it’s worth a try if you have symptoms consistent with what’s commonly understood as adrenal fatigue.
What if you need some extra calming support? Supplements may be a great tool when used wisely. This series at the blog walks you through some common supplements that have been used for anxiety and helps you create a wise supplement plan.Read at the Blog
Stress is normal and part of the human condition. However, when stress becomes chronic, then your body, mind, and heart can take a beating. There are many strategies to ease stress, but the four below are sure to offer some relief. Watch each video and then perhaps choose one to focus on this week. Add another when you're ready and repeat until you're grounding, moving, resting, and playing in the face of stress. Take that, cheetah!
Fear has a purpose. It helps ensure our survival. But how can we protect ourselves from the destructiveness of fear, while retaining its usefulness? Try the four actions to help you filter out the harmful aspects of fear while still staying present and aware.