5 Steps To Relieve Stress

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"Stress can kill you!

Our fear response is something that is meant for once-in-a -while, the hungry tiger in the woods, not constantly. But since we are so wound up with pressure, and to-dos, and violence, and hardship, and loss, and feeling out of control, it is constant.

If you have constant high cortisol levels you have to work on it on the physical level, too.

In this video I tell you 5 Proven Steps To Relieve Stress that you can do to calm the stress hormones that have been taking over your body!

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"To me, stress meant being unhappy, whereas I was really enjoying my life. But it was true: there was no work-life balance and I was living a high-stress life."

Liz

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