How stressed are you? On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest, how do you feel right now? And how stressed do you regularly feel? I specialize in helping women who feel exhausted and stressed double their energy and better manage their stress.

Many times we are juggling our business or career, our family and homes, plus other community activities. WHEW! No matter what your schedule looks like, that’s a lot of juggling!! Can you relate?

Do you just accept that stress is a part of your life and you need to learn to live with it. I did for years. Yet, too much stress can have a very serious effect ony our health and your mental state.

Nick Ortner, founder of The Tapping Solution, writes about the signs of stress in the following article 23 signs that you may have too much stress in your life. 

Here are a few of the signs he mentions in the article:

Mental

#1 – Difficulty concentrating
#2 – Trouble making decisions
#3 – Negative outlook on life
#4 – Anxious or racing thoughts
#5 – Constant worrying

Emotional Symptoms

#6 – General Moodiness
#7 – Irritability or short temper
#8 – Agitation, anger and the inability to relax
#9 – Feeling overwhelmed with life
#10 – Feeling lonely and isolated
#11 – Depression or general unhappiness

Physical Symptoms

#12 – Aches and pains in the body
#13 – Diarrhea or constipation, bowel problems
#14 – Nausea, dizziness, vertigo
#15 – Chest pain, rapid heartbeat, pounding of the heart
#16 – Loss of sex drive
#17 – Frequent colds/flus

Read the rest of the article here.

How many did you check off? More than 5? More than 10? Stress is not something you want to just “accept” and “live with.” Long-term chronic stress can seriously affect your health. Unfortunately I learned that the hard way after going through multiple cancer diagnoses and other health concerns.

If you feel tired all the time and are under stress regularly, first check with your medical professional. Then learn ways to better cope with stress. We live in a stressful society. Yet there are ways to reduce the amount of stress you experience and to better cope with what gets thrown at you.

I was in business management for 30 years. I lived with high stress, and now I help women who struggle with juggling the demands of a career and their health. I offer a free 45-minutes discovery session to help you learn at least one thing you can do to get off that treadmill. Learn more here: Start Here.

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