Stress can arise from various things such as the demands of your job, juggling your daily responsibilities, past experiences, etc. However, how you deal with stress can make all the difference. A study revealed that about 1 in every 14 adults in the UK feel stressed daily. Handling stress takes an intentional effort, and here are some things to avoid when doing so.
As we move further into November, the new year is almost upon us, and this means it’s almost time to start making those dreaded New Year’s Resolutions.
I can honestly say that my periods have played a massive part of my life for many years. I have always had heavy, painful periods and have missed key events in my life from sports days, to friends weddings, had days off work and even had incidents as serious as missing an exam at university. It has been the making and breaking of me as, by having heavy periods I have really had to pay more attention to the food I eat as it often heightens the pain I have each month; if I so happen to eat too many sweet treats!
*Recipe from Louise Palmer Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory: https://www.stemandglory.uk/
Have you been getting stressed out lately? We know that sometimes the demands of life can catch up to us, and this causes an excess amount of stress. When this happens, it often becomes hard to sleep, but this is where the problem lies. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, you’re going to be more stressed because you are tired and anxious. However, when you’re stressed, it’s hard to sleep. It’s for this reason that you need to work on getting the best night of sleep possible, so keep reading down below to see how you can do this.
It's true that stress is a big problem these days. It seems like there are more and more things to do and less time in the day to get them done. And with all of this pressure, it can seem impossible not to be stressed out by everything going on around you. But have you ever stopped to think about how much stress is really worth? Stress does not need to dominate your life! This blog post will share some tips for decreasing stress in your everyday life so that you can feel better while still accomplishing what needs to get done!
Between the demands of work, and the assorted obligations of everyday life – ranging from things like childcare, to simple household chores – things can become quite stressful from time to time.
When we think about looking after our body the first thing we think of is what we eat and trying to exercise more. There is so