Beat Stress and Find Your Inner Calm

How to find your inner calm

Stress is a coping mechanism that increases our cortisol level and upsets hormone balance.

Here are some top 5 tips for stress management.

Listen to your body. Body listens to mind; mind listens to body. Awareness is the link. Make no mistake: Every cell knows when you are unhappy, anxious or stressed. A cell's awareness is expressed in chemical reactions instead of words. No matter. The message comes through loud and clear. It’s okay to have an off day every once in a while. If you need help relaxing, check out our favorite wellness oil, CHILL JANE- it helps us achieve better mind-body wellness. Chill Jane promotes relief and calm from stress and anxiety. It helps reduce boost serotonin & neurotransmitter action - for calm mental focus and stress-free clarity. Click here for more on Chill Jane.

  1. Create a support network. Building your tribe and finding people you really trust and who are on your team is so important. If someone is not aligned with your vision that’s their thing; it’s a reflection on you.

  2. Exercise regularly. I exercise a couple of times a week and have regular chiropractic on my spine and for me that’s the winning formula. Find what works for you and do that.

  3. Let go of the façade. We all have shopfronts, but living your truth is so important and you’re not going to be happy until you are. Keeping up a front is exhausting and not realistic. Sure we could all be nicer people sometimes but when we accept ourselves for who we are it takes us to a whole new level.

  4. You are not the problem, you have it. You are not fat, you have fat; don’t be defined by your insecurities.


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