Say Goodbye to Stress

Everyone feels stressed out at some point in their lives.  Many have trouble getting their stress under control and want help.  Sometimes it can feel like life is one giant blur of frantic activity.

Different types of problems can cause stress.  The cause could be your work, your relationships, your support system, your health, your finances, your circumstances, or just your own attitude.  Stress can make you feel restless, anxious, nervous, irritable, distracted, or even depressed.  If the stress levels are higher, you may also have headaches, excessive fatigue, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, bowel disturbances, dizziness, breathlessness, or a faster pulse.

Researchers are figuring out ways people can chill out  and get more delight out of life.   What if you were told that you have the power to stop stress before it even starts?  Yes, the key to success really is all in your head.  Every time you think a thought, feel an emotion, or execute a behavior, your brain changes.  “This is good news because it implies that with the right training and preparation, we  might be able to face any stressors with calm composure. …”

At the Women’s Health & Fitness Expo  Dr. Jeffrey L. Brown will be hosting a seminar entitled Say Goodbye to Stress.  In this thought-provoking and entertaining presentation, Dr. Jeff Brown explores the surprising science describing healthy brains today, including five crucial “Brainpower Tools” that are the key to cultivating your drive to take good care of yourself.  Join us at the expo and take advantage of this wonderful information.

www.womenshealthexpo.com

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