Conflict and stress between ourselves and both our environment and our fellow men are an inescapable fact of life and one that we learn to live with. Stress becomes a problem, however, when we lose the ability to cope and find ourselves.
Interestingly, all human beings share the same reactions to at least one form of stress – and that when our survival is threatened by, for instance, an unexpected physical attack. Fear and panic, forms of sudden intense stress, provoke a chemical and physical response in the body. Large amounts of the hormone adrenalin are released directly in the blood stream and this has immediate effect of preparing the body for either fight and flight.
Signs of Stress
- Skin problems
- Loss of appetite
- Sudden bouts of weeping
- Inability to concentrate
- Work no more than 9 hours a day
- Take off one day from your normal work routine to engage into some hobby
- Do not rush. Leave plenty of time to get to work and appointments
- Practise some form of relaxation at least three times a day
- Take in Supergreen and alkaline water to help to build up your body
- Laughing can help to relieve tension. Watch comedy before you sleep
- Exercise regularly on daily basis