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This cannot be STRESSED enough

It has been called everything from "public enemy number one" to "the silent killer". We all deal with it from time to time (some more often than others). Stress is a real fact of life for anyone living on Planet Earth.




Despite its many negative connotations, stress can be a good thing in our lives


It works hand in hand with our body's own natural defense mechanisms (i.e. "fight or flight trigger") to shield us from impending dangers on both a microscopic & macroscopic scale.

Sometimes a helpful attribute can serve to inhibit other defensive measures built into our DNA. The Mayo Clinic's noteworthy website features a series of articles dealing with this same subject matter. I want to, however, bring your attention to a specific article called "Need Stress Relief? Try The Four "A's". Personally, I found it to be very helpful. Let me know what you think of it.

Comments

germayn said…
Oh my god!! that article was SO on point!! Sometimes I get so stressed out from my job and from my business i just want to scream! This is a REALLY good find!
Kurt M said…
Thanks for commenting, germayn! Stress comes in many forms & can affect us in all aspects of our lives (family, work, business, etc.), but the key is how we respond to it.

If you respond negatively, stress reciprocates in a like manner. By sharp contrast, positive reactions cause more desirable outcomes.

A sort of a karma-effect, if you will. The Mayo Clinic article addresses this in a much more concise way, but this is just my humble opinion on the subject.

Thank you again for your comment!
Janina Odell said…
Wow, that was a great post, Kurt! I will be following the recommendations from the mayo clinic. I hope you do not mind me using "karma-effect" as a conversation starter...that is a cool phrase!
Kurt M said…
Hi again, Janina!! Thanks for commenting!! The Mayo Clinic is a leading authority on most health matters (especially in the field of cancer research)...great recommendations all.

Regarding my phrase "karma-effect"..go ahead and use it....just tell whomever where you first read it!

Thank you again for your comment!
Janina Odell said…
Hey Kurt!!! I used "karma-effect" in a conversation with my boss today and she was blown away. Don't worry, I referred her to your blog. She said she'll visit this weekend!

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