It affects all of us in different ways.
No matter how busy or demanding your life may be, the way you cope with stress may be totally different from your neighbor.
Stress can also creep up on you just when you’re least expecting it.
Problems with your boss, a car accident, illness, or even just burning the dinner – all of these things can send you into ‘fight or flight’ mode: your body’s instant reaction to a stressful situation.
The problem with being stressed all the time is that it can take a huge toll on your health.
You’ll sleep less, your moods will change, your metabolism slows down, and – worst of all – your blood pressure stays elevated. Which, in turn, leads to more health problems.
Doctors are only too happy to put you on sedatives or blood-pressure-lowering medication.
But do you really want to deal with all those side effects?
You don’t have to.
Because we’re about to tell you an amazing technique for dealing with stress yourself – instantly.