chronic stress, fatigue, nutrition, stress management

What Causes Chronic Stress and How to Shift It

Chronic stress is one of the main reasons you get sick. Humans are born healthy by nature. It’s often the environment, your lifestyle, and the mental habits you expose yourself to that eventually result in a state of stress that depletes the body of its healthy resources and leads to illness and chronic fatigue. In ...

Health by Nature

How to Lower Your Stress to Lose Weight

Chronic stress usually leads to weight gain, so if you understand what is going on, you can work out how to lower your stress to lose weight. In this video, you will learn about the core reason for stress and how it affects the body. If a state of stress prevails for a longer period ...

Health by Nature

Should Schools Teach Meditation? Studies Say YES!

As each year passes, meditation shows that it’s not a gimmick. Celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld and Goldie Hawn have publicly discussed practicing it. Even the military uses it to “improve mental performance under the stress and strain from war.” (The Washington Times) There are many studies showing there are direct links to health benefits using meditation. A study that was published in the Journal ...

Troy Oakes

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Best Eating Habits to Shift Chronic Stress

Your eating habits have the power to shift some of your ongoing chronic stress and support not only your physical health, but also your mental health. Chronic stress is the number one reason people get sick. While much of what happens to you is out of your control, how you react is in your control. ...

Sheridan Genrich

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How Chronic Stress Usually Leads to Weight Gain

Have you ever wondered why some people gain weight during periods of chronic stress, while others may lose it? You’ve likely heard the saying: “We only know what we know?” Well, that is especially true when it comes to the science of nutrition, which still keeps evolving. It was once believed that weight loss was ...

Sheridan Genrich

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The One Powerful Thing to Combat Stress

What’s stressing you? Is it the nagging of your other-half? The news? Or the simplest of things? Anything can stress you out; even thinking about the idea of stress gives you that heavy feeling, right? So how can you combat stress? First, let’s define stress. In medical terms, it is a physical, mental, or emotional ...

Raven Montmorency