We all know that too much stress is not good for you. But here you can find some information on the types of stress, the negative effects of stress on your heath and life, and the major sources of stress that you are likely to encounter throughout your life. All of the information provided in this section can help to arm you with the knowledge about the negative impacts of stress, so that you can take the steps necessary to reduce stress and improve your health, relationships and life.
Physical problems such as:
Pain anywhere in your body, high blood pressure, heart disease, stomach or digestive problems, sleep issues
Emotional Issues such as:
Anxiety, irritability, depression, anger, insecurity, burnout, overwhelm, lack of focus and inability to concentrate, lethargy, constant worry, racing thoughts, poor judgement, forgetfulness, restlessness and more!
Do you find that you struggle with:
Eating too much or too little, addiction, relationship conflicts, procrastination and neglecting responsibility, isolating yourself from social situations.
All of the problems listed above are a result of excess stress in your life. When your stress level is high, your energy is low, you suffer from physical and emotional problems that never seem to go away. It effects your quality of life and prevents you from reaching your full potential.
Well, there is more to life. You do not have to keep struggling with the negative effects of stress. You can combat stress and free your life so that you can do everything that you’ve always wanted to do, and to live a life of freedom.
Here at Kathryn Milliron Coaching, we use laughter and other effective stress management techniques to help you lift the weight of excess stress off of your shoulders. Once you’ve reduced your stress, you will see your health, relationships and the quality of your life improve.
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Stress is very toxic to your health and many people are completely unaware of how stressed out they really are. Excess stress can compromise your health as well as your quality of life and so it is vital to manage your stress regularly. Here is some great information on stress and how it impacts your health and life.