Stress. For most of us, it’s just a normal part of life, right?
The sheer number of tasks left unfinished on our never-ending list can leave us feeling overwhelmed.
Half the time we’re running on adrenaline and can’t turn off our brain, and the other half we just want to crawl into a ball and just veg out to get away from the constant flow of thoughts and worries and things we need to take care of.
And if you’re feeling this way right now, I promise you—you’re definitely not alone.
But just because all this ongoing stress and anxiety is COMMON, doesn’t mean it’s okay.
In fact, when it comes to our health, chronic stress is pretty devastating because high cortisol—also known as the stress hormone—can set off a chain reaction of hormonal imbalance in our bodies that affects everything else we do.
And so it begs the question—exactly how stressed are you, really?
Should you be worried? How can you tell if your cortisol level is too high or not?
What can you do?
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