4 Tips To Ease Stress In Your Life

I don't know about you, but this beach is calling my name...

Life in 2020 is crazy. Social Distancing, homeschooling, stalking up on groceries for just in case, businesses closed and all of us spending most of the day isolated from everyone and everything.

Is it just me or does this sound familiar 😂😂😂

Its more important than ever to practice good self-care and do whatever we can to reduce stress (because its already stressful enough)

Stress affects our bodies as well as the levels of cortisol and adrenaline, which in turn can cause a rapid heart rate as well as an increase in your blood pressure. Stress can also cause bloating, hair loss, and difficulty losing weight. Here are some of my best tips...

1. Change your diet!

Eating clean, raw, and nutritious food is one of the most important things you can do not only to ease stress but to balance the hormones in your body and ensure your body is receiving the adequate amount of nutrients, daily. Eliminate refined sugars, caffeine, and processed foods. Food fuels your body. Eating an unhealthy diet will run down your organs and the way they function.

2. Find time every day to do something for you.

Relaxation is a great way to decompress after a tough day. Turn off the news and head outside for an evening walk, read a book, take a bath or try a guided meditation. I have been going out to watch the sunrise every day

3. Get Enough Sleep.

Sleep deprivation is a leading cause of excessive stress in your day-to-day life. The average adult should get between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per night (I know its next to impossible with kids ~ the struggle is real) If you are barely getting by with enough shut-eye, your body is working twice as hard, and you're stressors are far more amplified. Take a midday nap, drink some banana tea before bed, and aim to be in bed with enough time to get at least 7 hours of sleep.

4. Supplement if needed.

Oftentimes, our bodies are missing key nutrients that cause minor hormone imbalances. However, after combining a few vitamin deficiencies with added stressors in your life, your body breaks down and your stress becomes a far greater problem. Raw vitamins and probiotics are an excellent way to combat the effects of stress, and go hand-in-hand with a clean-eating diet! I drink this everyday By making these simple yet effective changes to your lifestyle, the way your body processes and handles stress will be far less challenging and less damaging to your overall health and wellness.

This month in THE CLUB I am sharing all my best tips to help you stay grounded, happy and as stressfree as possible (best part is it's totally FREE)

We are in this together!!


Charity 😘

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