Stress is part of life.
However, whilst some stress is good, a lot is not better. And chronic stress is affecting many people, putting their health at risk no matter what diet they follow.
Biologically, the stress response has been designed to protect us from danger, by keeping us alert. However, remaining in a state of high alert for long periods will leave you exhausted and burnt out.
What can you do about it?
You need a form of regular stress management in your life. A toolkit that you can turn to when you need it.
To help you protect yourself, I’ve pulled together 28 ways to mitigate the harmful effects of stress you can’t avoid.
This single sheet of tips is based on the popular book: Success without Stress and will help you take positive actions to help you live a stress-free life.