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Liberate Yourself From Stress With These 4 Simple Hacks


In this clip from our show ‘Believe’, we help you with “Health & Wellness“.

Liberate Yourself From Stress With These 4 Simple Hacks

• Stress is something that follows us all. It affects us all in so many different ways, it’s often too difficult to keep track of its origin or how greatly it’s damaging us.

• Knowing how the brain reacts to stress and processes information, understanding the many common sources of stress, as well as your personal triggers and inducers is a key to liberating yourself from consistent stress.

• With these 4 Steps, you can watch yourself digest, accept and integrate your stress, which ultimately aids in your transcendence.

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  • Ms K Stockstill

    Just like anything else that can kill you or make your health suffer, knowing more about it and how it works, and keeps you from working, can help you cope better when you confront it.

  • Lucy LaRossa

    I totally agree with the fact that our stress is all in our head. You must learn to calm yourself by figuring out what is bugging you and make a goal for the completion or adjustment necessary to clear that fear.

  • Carlene

    I am really bad about letting things that are not in my control to bother me. I have started meditation as a way to help me learn to accept things that I can’t change. I have learned to concentrate on the daily battles I have with my kids, or husband and not things that are hopeless for me to change.