We write off stress because we deem it as the norm, where faster is better and your schedule is an indication of your success. However, chronic stress can lead to aches, pains, loss of sleep, anxiety or depression, a depressed immune system, unexplained infertility, fatigue, poor memory, indigestion, bloating, weight gain, insulin resistance as well as many other symptoms.
Chronic stress is one of the major factors that we tend to neglect. We help by reviewing lifestyle activities and behaviours that add to stress and provide an individual plan for improving health through diet, improved sleep, possible use of supplements and alternative therapies and better coping skills. Taking steps to reduce stress on a daily basis is crucial to improving your health.