Tip: Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

A stress response is created in the body from any situation or thought that causes you to feel angry, frustrated, nervous, or anxious.

Practicing MindfulnessA stress response is created in the body from any situation or thought that causes you to feel angry, frustrated, nervous, or anxious. “When you’re chronically stressed, those physiologic changes, over time, can lead to health problems” according to Jay Winner MD.

Call to Action:

Practicing mindfulness, which is focusing on one task at a time and really appreciating all aspects of that task, will help you to be in the present moment and reduce feelings of stress.

To your wellness,

Lynn

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