Stress affects your mental and physical well-being

“Stress is nothing more than a socially acceptable form of mental illness”—Richard Carlson

The issue of prolonged exposure to anxiety impacts on the mind and body in a variety of detrimental ways such as hypertension or raised blood pressure, inflammation of the arteries, heart attacks, as well as a host of psychological conditions. Over time it negatively depletes our life force, and our ability to take care of our mind and body, and leads to depression.

Are you dead tired with your busy schedule, work, and personal obligations? It seems like you are not alone. The majority of people in Ireland, the UK, and many parts of the world say they are overly stressed. Among the main reasons for this are jobs, health, money, and marital status.

You really don’t want to be stressed. Stress is linked to a wide range of diseases. It weakens your immune system, destroys healthy cells in your body, and affects your mental and physical well-being.

Dr Bruce Lipton of Stanford University Medical School points out that stress is the cause of at least 95 per cent of illness and diseases and that the remaining five per cent is genetic.

Stress is the ‘silent killer’. If you are tired of the usual stress-busting strategies, why not address these issues in a more strategic approach. At Mind and Body Solutions they specialise in identifying, addressing and eliminating unwarranted stress and anxiety.

To put an end to unwarranted anxiety and stress contact Mind and Body Solutions at 085 763 7059.



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