56. Top Natural Ways to De-Stress
You know emotional eating and unwinding with a nightcap are not healthy ways to deal with stress, but too many people are turning to those strategies since the pandemic. Today I talk to you about healthy ways to tackle stress that will help calm your mind now but also gives your body the resources to handle stress better so you can show up every day as the best version of yourself. Spoiler alert: you don’t have to meditate or do yoga if you don’t want to.
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:53] Over the last year people have been under a large amount of stress due to the pandemic
- [04:.00] The two sides of the nervous system
- [08:15] Your gut microbiome can become unbalanced due to high stress
- [08:40] When people are under stress they tend to make bad decisions
- [10:10] Natural approaches to reduce stress
- [12:10] Setting healthy boundaries that make your health a priority
- [15:20] Why good quality sleep helps you handle your stress
- [22:40]How being outdoors helps with stress relief
- [24:00] Tips to relaxing
- [25:15] Eating a well-balanced diet can help reduce stress
- [28:50]Symptoms of having anxiety attack and how to calm your nervous system down
- [30:10] All about our new product clam + clear
Resources talked about in this episode
- Blogs mentioned – Three Ways Smartphones are Ruining Your Sleep and Relationships, Why Melatonin Isn’t Enough, Your Checklist to Beat Insomnia, and Dr. Neustadt’s 3-Steps to Eating Health For Life
- Products mentioned: Sleep Relief and Calm + Clear
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