Stress is a fact of life. There is the good stress - the kind we experience as we do something outside of our comfort zone such as taking exams, moving house, starting a new job, or even getting married! This is short term and usually passes by without any potential hazards to our health or well-being, as something good comes out of this kind of stress and we move on in life.
Then there is the other type of stress - this is usually cumulative, often us not even being aware of its presence. There are signs, however, that we are experiencing the more challenging kind of stress. These can include insomnia, poor eating experiences, lack of patience, and persistent headaches among other symptoms. If left unchecked, of course, this type of stress may lead to more serious mental health or even physical health issues.
You but Stress Free deals with recognizing we are stressed. Remarkably, we can make small changes in our lives to dramatically reduce the ability stress has to affect us. Cutting-edge mindfulness techniques place control of your life back into your hands, rather than events controlling you.