We all vaguely know that stress isn’t good our health, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Being stressed out has physical effects on our body, such as higher blood pressure, lack of appetite, higher risk of cardiac problems over time etc. Mentally, stress has the habit of making us anxious, a spiraling channel which leads to ‘what if’, a fight or flight adrenaline response, and we generally feel unhappy and out of control.
The good news is that stress is easily beaten with a few adjustments, and the Melt Method could be the treatment option for you.
Stress makes itself known in physical pain and weaknesses as well as in the ways we mentioned above. Treating these, becoming more active, and aware of our own bodies, could be enough to kick stress out, as well as dealing with the core reason for the upset, resulting in total stress relief.
Being mindful and aware of when you feel stressed is the first step, as well as identifying what is causing this reaction. Is it work? Is it something at home? Do you generally just feel like nothing is going right? Identify the cause and then work towards rectifying it, realizing that the impact this stress has on your health, isn’t worth the worry or hassle. Melt Method training will help you here, focusing your energy and attention on your body, and providing a simple and self-taught way to live in a healthy and active manner. Focusing on your inner health will help shut out stresses and worries, in combination with rectifying why you are stressed.
You don’t need to work alone if you don’t want to, as there are Melt Method classes and guidance available, which could also lead to a more active social life! The benefits are far reaching.
If you allow stress to rule your life, you allow the cause of your stress to win the battle. If this is work, or a particular person who is stressing you out, do you want to hand them total control over your health and wellbeing? No! Don’t let them win and in turn you won’t let stress win!
Your health is far too important to suffer because of something that can so easily be put right. Be mindful, be proactive, and look out for number one.