How To Live Stress Free Starting Today / The Anxiety Guy

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Description: Our version of stress is much different than the stress our ancestors knew. Our version of stress is technologically advanced and it includes features such as:

Overtime at work
Too much responsibility
A lot to do and no time to do it
Heavy traffic
Divorce or Marital Problems
Child care issues
Elder care issues
Too much competition in the workplace
Overcrowded cities
Familial problems
Credit card debt
Downsizing companies
Lost pension
Health care is too expensive, especially for the self-employed
Drug addiction

Our bodies respond to these life events as if they are faced with life or death in the jungles or plains the ancient world. The difference is that they can’t get out of these situations and you definitely cannot flee or flight them! Because you are able to neutralize these chemicals that are being sent to your brain, they build up and cause more strain on your life.

We are very overwhelmed and our brains keep releasing chemicals that you can’t get rid of.

In the midst of all this stress, you are forced to continue life as normal. You have to go to work, talk with other people and pick your kids up from school in addition to go to soccer practice, the grocery store, the dry cleaners and you have to cook dinner.

It is hard to focus because you have so many different thoughts buzzing around in your head and your daily life suffers from it. You are unable to focus and work effectively because you are so distracted with life’s stresses.

You may even feel physical changes such as tension headaches and shaky hands.

When we are in such a state, we are unable to think clearly and you have more accidents. We then get to the point to where we are dealing with long-term stress all of the time. Here we have to make two decisions:

Are we being threatened or endangered by a situation?
Are we able to handle and control the effect of this situation?

The amount of stress that you feel in any situation depends how on how much danger you face and whether or not you can handle that danger. But, what happens if you can’t get rid of stress?

Effects of Long-Term Stress:

Appetite problems
Sleep problems
Depression of the immune system
Chronic illness
Stomach cramps
Heart attack
Tension headaches
Loss of memory
Thyroid problems
Panic attacks
High blood pressure
Alcohol abuse
Drug abuse

Do any of these sound familiar? Most people can probably pick at least two or three items off of this list that they suffer from on a regular basis. When you are under long-term stress your brains is unable to release those chemicals that make you fight or flight and the result is one, two, three or more of the items off of this list.

Watch this video a few times to fully understand how to become stress free. Visit to learn more about how you can stop stress and anxiety naturally.

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