Did you know that virtually every chronic ailment has an emotional component, which the body holds in its subconscious? In fact, the emotional factors in illness are often what keep the person sick! Even acute illnesses, such as cold and flu, have an emotional aspect. You may get a cold or flu when you are stressed physically or mentally with too much to do, and then you worry about it! That creates the illness and often is your body’s message to slow down, take a break, and do some self-care.

Seventy-five percent of all visits to doctors are due to stress-related symptoms. It is not a surprise, then, that studies show stress to be a significant risk factor in many diseases including breast cancer.

Anxiety creates an acidic condition that activates the transcript enzyme, which then duplicates anxiety in our RNA template and stores it in the DNA. That emotion becomes a predominate factor in your life from that moment on. We know stress affects physical organs and parts of the body, but generally all physical unease (stress) has an underlying emotional aspect.

Stress is often blamed on another person or circumstance. But stress is due more to what you think about the situation than the situation itself. It would be more beneficial to focus on meditation for calmness and to find solutions. Unhealthy stress is a premature killer. It can create congestion and block valuable energy in the body.

Ongoing stress elevates levels of cortisol that can lead to chronic inflammation in both the brain and body. Fibromyalgia is an example. Several techniques have been shown to reduce inflammation, calm the nervous system and benefit the brain, especially yoga, Tai chi, and mediation. It is critical for every individual to work on stress reduction for best natural health.

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